NOAA: 2014 set to be the hottest year on record

2014 is on trend to be the hottest year since records began, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Daily Tck: Day 2 at the UN climate talks in Bonn

Adaptation is the word of the day in Bonn on Day 2 as talked turned to the issue of how countries are adapting to the worsening climate impacts.

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Study: US, China co-operation could help close the emissions gap

If the US and China were to adopt global best practice in their domestic climate policies, together, the world’s two largest emitters could close the 2020 emissions gap by 23%, according to new research.

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Daily Tck: Day 1 of the UN climate talks in Bonn

Ministers are once again meeting in Bonn for the latest round of the UN climate negotiations

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Daily Tck: UN climate talks resume in Bonn

Hot on the heels of the People's Climate March and the UN Secretary General’s Climate Summit, government negotiators are back in session in Bonn to continue their vital work on a new global climate agreement.

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Natural gas won’t help save the planet, says new peer-reviewed report

Experts warn natural gas fracking is not the solution for climate change and could damage the renewable energy industry.

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Pacific Island Warriors blockade world’s largest coal port

Thirty Pacific Climate warriors were, today, joined by hundreds of Australian to blockade a coal port in Newcastle, Australia, highlighting the threat that coal expansion poses to their future.

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Report: Fossil fuel companies found paying lip service to climate risks

Coal, oil and gas companies almost universally recognise the risks climate change poses to their businesses, yet just 7% are integrating these threats into their spending choices.

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American military leaders identify climate change as an “immediate” security threat

A report released by the US Department of Defense unveils the military's plan to deal with the impacts of climate change.

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Sea level rise in last century ‘unprecedented,’ say researchers

The rise in sea levels seen in the last 150 years is unmatched by any period in the last 6,000 years, according to new research.

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