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Arctic and Antarctic sea ice extents for November 2017 are the third lowest in the satellite record for the month.
Information on the economic effects of climate change could help guide Federal efforts to reduce fiscal exposure.
November 2017 was the third warmest November on record.
The human symptoms of climate change are unequivocal and potentially irreversible.
January - October 2017 third warmest on record.
The world’s hottest summers on record will be the new norm within 20 years due to human-influenced climate change.
Added Arctic data show global warming didn’t pause from 1998 to 2012.
Climate change already damaging health of millions globally.
Number of natural World Heritage sites affected by climate change nearly doubles in three years.
Mid-latitude storms are steered further toward the poles in a warmer climate.
Global warming and ocean acidification impair life in the ocean.
World Meteorological Organization: 2017 is set to be in top three hottest years
UN Environment Programme's report: Governments must do more to reach Paris Agreement
US Climate Science Special Report : It is extremely likely that human influence has been the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century
Cod, herring and haddock may vanish from Scotland’s west coast waters by 2100 because of global warming.
October 2017 was the second warmest October on record.
Fossil coral reefs show sea level did not rise steadily, but rather in sharp bursts at the close of the last ice age.
Climate change threatens the survival of Madagascar’s greater bamboo lemurs.
Sea levels may rise 1.3m in this century unless coal power ends by 2050.
World Meteorological Organization: Carbon dioxide concentrations surge to new record.
An increase in extreme rainfall could decrease the ability of solar UV to disinfect lakes and coastal waters.
Report confirms increasing greenhouse gas emissions impacting New Zealand.
January - September 2017 second warmest on record.
NASA pinpoints cause of Earth's recent record carbon dioxide spike.
Huge energy potential in open ocean wind farms in the North Atlantic.
Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50 degree Celsius days under global warming of 2 degrees.
Europe will benefit hugely from keeping global warming to 1.5°C.
Maximum Antarctic sea ice extent in 2017 was the second lowest in the satellite record.
September 2017 was the second warmest September on record.
Climate change will significantly increase the amount of severe turbulence worldwide by 2050–2080.
Win-win strategies for climate change mitigation and food security.
Coffee faces dual threat of farmland loss and bee decline in a warmer climate.
Winter cold extremes linked to polar vortex weakening.
Significant emission reductions are required to limit the increase in global average temperatures to 1.5°C.
Antarctic sea ice extent for August 2017 is the second lowest in the satellite record for the month.
The global average sea surface temperature for January - August 2017 tied with 2015 as the second highest on record for January - August.
June - August 2017 was the third hottest summer on record.
January - August 2017 second warmest on record.
Even if the planet only warms up by 1.5 degrees Celsius, one-third of all Asian glaciers will have melted by 2100.
Climate change will make cities suffer from extreme heat more frequently.
Climate change could double the number of droughts in Jordan by the end of the century.
Climate change is shifting Kodiak bear feeding habits.
Malaria risk zones expand to higher elevations in Ethiopian Highlands.
Emerging role of wetland methane emissions in driving 21st century climate change.
World Meteorological Organization: Possible linkages between Hurricane Harvey and anthropogenic climate change
Arctic sea ice extent for August 2017 is the third lowest in the satellite record for the month.
More 'losers' than 'winners' for Southern Ocean marine life in a warming climate.
Climate change may drive forest-eating beetles north.
August 2017 was the second warmest August on record.
Climate change has already caused more than 59,000 suicides in India over the last 30 years.
Climate change will shift Europe’s peak demand for electricity from winter to summer.
Fish are expected to shrink in size by 20 to 30 per cent if ocean temperatures continue to climb.
More frequent droughts may endanger ecosystem resiliency.
Sixteen of the 17 hottest years recorded have occurred since 2001.
The global upper ocean heat content in 2016 was near-record high.
Antarctic sea ice extent for July 2017 is the lowest in the satellite record for the month.
January - July 2017 second warmest on record.
The global lower tropospheric temperature in 2016 was the highest on record.
2016 was the 37th consecutive year of overall mountain glacier retreat across the globe.
July 2017 tied with July 2016 as the warmest July on record.
The average Arctic land surface temperature in 2016 was the highest on record.
The global average sea surface temperature in 2016 was the highest on record.
Global warming could cause yield of sorghum crops to drop substantially.
The global mean sea level in 2016 was the highest in the satellite record.
Human-caused warming likely led to recent streak of record-breaking temperatures.
The global annual average atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration reached 402.9 ppm in 2016, the highest in the last 800,000 years.
Climate change shifts timing of European floods.
Migrating birds may not be able to keep up with an earlier spring in a warming climate.
Can poor air quality mask global warming's effects?
Millions may face protein deficiency as a result of human-caused carbon dioxide emissions.
Weather-related disasters could affect around two-thirds of the European population annually by the end of this century.
Without significant mitigation to human-caused greenhouse gas emissions, extreme heat projected in South Asia could threaten the survival of some of the most vulnerable populations.
Loss of Arctic sea ice impacting Atlantic Ocean water circulation system.
Climate change expected to increase premature deaths from air pollution.
Australian mean maximum temperature for July 2017 was the highest on record for the month.
Even if all carbon emissions from fossil fuels stopped in 2017, warming by 2100 is very likely to reach about 1.3 degrees C.
Earth likely to warm more than 2 degrees this century.
Projected precipitation increases are bad news for water quality.
Isolated reefs far from human activities are not healthier than those in more densely populated areas.
Climate change poses threat to European electricity production.
Young people’s burden: Requirement of negative CO2 emissions.
The frequency of extreme El Nino events is projected to continue to increase even if global mean temperature is stabilised at 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.
Thawing permafrost releases old greenhouse gas.
Scientists have more data to back their findings: The Earth is warming at a rate unprecedented in the past 2,000 years.
Rising seas threaten scores of species on Pacific islands with extinction.
UNESCO's assessment: World Heritage coral reefs likely to disappear by 2100 unless CO2 emissions drastically reduce.
Antarctic sea ice extent for June 2017 is the second lowest in the satellite record for the month.
January - June 2017 second warmest on record.
Warm spells in Arctic stunt crop yields across US.
Global warming will make it harder for many aircraft around the world to take off in coming decades.
Climate change is driving lightning-caused North American forest fires farther north.
Warm winter events in Arctic becoming more frequent, lasting longer.
Role aerosols play in climate change unlocked by Icelandic volcanic eruption.
Global warming is responsible for tripling the frequency of extreme West African Sahel storms over the last three decades.
Warming temperatures could drive sea turtles to extinction.
Rising temperatures are curbing ocean’s capacity to store carbon.
Extreme weather conditions and climate change account for 40% of global wheat production variability.
Satellite data after correction revealed that the Earth's lower atmosphere warmed faster than previously estimated by about 30% during 1979-2016.
Ice-free areas of Antarctica could expand by more than 17,000km
by the end of this century.
June 2017 was the second warmest June on record.