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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:

Why Greenland is likely to melt more quickly October 1, 2014 - Climate change may be a more urgent problem for Greenland than earlier studies have shown, say scientists who have looked at how the island's bedrock helps to speed up ice loss.
Climate helps to halve world wildlife in 40 years September 30, 2014 - Climate change is identified by conservation campaigners as increasingly implicated in the plight of many wild species, which they say have fallen by more than half since 1970.
Climate helps trees to wax as corals wane September 29, 2014 - Australia's Great Barrier Reef is a climate change loser, its corals at risk of extinction - but winners include faster-growing trees in central Europe.
Warmer Atlantic widens invader’s hunting ground September 28, 2014 - The exotic lionfish, already a long way from the reefs of its Indo-Pacific home, is heading further north up the US coast as global warming causes big changes to ocean habitats.
California burning points to more intense wildfires September 27, 2014 - As the forest fires season peaks in the western US, a new report predicts that climate-led temperature rise will lead to millions more acres across the world being burned to the ground.