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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:

Satellite mapping shows ice caps’ faster melt rate September 1, 2014 - Scientists have been able to measure more accurately than ever the thickness of the world's major ice caps – revealing that melting is causing the loss of 500 cubic kms of ice annually.
Eat a plant and spare a tree August 31, 2014 - Scientists say cutting meat consumption and food waste is healthier, costs less - and also benefits the environment and helps to tackle climate change.
Waste could fertilise food cost cuts August 30, 2014 - Scientists are developing a way to squeeze the last vestiges of value from renewable energy processes by combining their waste products to produce eco-friendly fertilisers that could help slow food price rises.
Food security faces growing pest advance August 29, 2014 - Warmer temperatures and globalisation are helping many pests which attack some of the world's staple foods to extend their range with possibly devastating impacts, scientists say.
Committed carbon emissions are rising fast August 28, 2014 - The world's governments agree that carbon dioxide emissions need to stop rising, but the power plants they build are committing the planet to big emission increases ahead.