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A free, ready-to-use factual service that brings you
the latest news
of climate change science

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We apologise for temporary changes to the appearance of the Climate News Network website. This is due to technical problems while the site is in the process of being redesigned. In the meantime, if you’re having any problems please let us know at info@climatenewsnetwork.net and we will try to help. - The Editors

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Latest stories:

Climate renews famine risk to Africa’s Sahel October 20, 2014 - With population increasing and food demand far outstripping supply, the Sahel is vulnerable to a new humanitarian crisis − and researchers warn that rising temperatures will only make matters worse.
Seaweed problem could provide biofuel solution October 19, 2014 - Biofuels are controversial because they are often produced from food crops or grown on farmland, but a common algae found in abundance around coastlines and clogging up beaches may be the answer.
Outlook palls for fossil fuel investments October 18, 2014 - Warnings within the world of high finance are coming thick and fast that the increasingly urgent need to combat climate change means investors could lose heavily by sinking funds into coal, oil and gas.
Ice loss sends Alaskan temperatures soaring October 17, 2014 - Scientists analysing more than three decades of weather data for the northern Alaska outpost of Barrow have linked an astonishing 7°C temperature rise to the decline in Arctic sea ice.
Veteran green says emissions aren’t the only danger October 16, 2014 - Forty years ago, climate change was not even on the agenda of green campaigners − but now a veteran of those pioneering days speaks out about the danger of neglecting other issues that threaten the planet.