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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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Latest stories:

Political will is only barrier to 100% renewables September 19, 2014 - A report published ahead of next week’s UN Climate Summit illustrates that poor and prosperous nations, tiny islands and great cities, can achieve all their energy needs from renewables.
UN population growth data is bad news for climate September 19, 2014 - Sophisticated new analysis indicates an 80% probability that the planet’s population will continue to rise this century, with serious implications for food security, political stability − and climate change.
Acidic seas block fishes’ survival mechanism September 18, 2014 - Scientific studies show that the sense of smell so vital for the survival of predators such as sharks, as well as for their prey, is being impaired as carbon dioxide increases acidification of oceans.
Climate action and economies can grow together September 17, 2014 - A new global commission report by major political and business figures refutes the claim that economic expansion and tackling climate change can’t both be achieved at the same time.
Warming will leave drought-hit California reeling September 16, 2014 - Researchers in the US warn that climate change could worsen California droughts by drastically reducing water flow from the Sierra Nevada mountains − and also threatens the extinction of a rare species of fish.