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A free, ready-to-use factual service that brings you
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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:

Germany and UK top “Dirty 30” pollution league July 22, 2014 - A new report naming the 30 energy plants pumping out most greenhouse gases in the European Union shows that coal-fired facilities are undermining Europe’s long-term targets on emissions reduction.
Svalbard’s reindeer thrive as climate warms July 21, 2014 - Rising temperatures have many negative impacts in the Arctic region, but warmer winters have resulted in a remarkable 30% population increase for a subspecies of Norwegian reindeer .
Hi-tech quest for Arctic sea ice answers July 20, 2014 - A sophisticated array of automatic sensors will allow scientists to conduct the longest ever monitoring programme to determine the precise physics of summer sea ice melt in the Arctic.
It’s the greenhouse gases, stupid! July 19, 2014 - Australia's decision to repeal the country's carbon tax has led critics to accuse the government of showing a complete disregard for the science of climate change and its impacts.
China and US boost search for CCS solution July 18, 2014 - A new China-US agreement looks like giving much-needed stimulus to development of the technology for capturing carbon emissions from polluting industries as a key way of helping to address climate change.