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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 and economy fan flames in Spain August 21, 2014 - The combined forces of climate, economic and social change are leaving Spain increasingly exposed to the damaging and costly effects of wildfires.
Antarctic warming could accelerate sea level rise August 20, 2014 - An international study says warming is affecting not only the Arctic but also the Antarctic – and that could significantly raise global sea levels much faster than previously predicted.
Health alert over fracking’s chemical cocktails August 19, 2014 - Scientists in the US have established that some chemicals used in the controversial process of fracking to extract gas and oil could represent health and environmental hazards.
Mystery over Kazakh nuclear power plans August 18, 2014 - Russia intends to build the first thermal nuclear power plant in Kazakhstan, the world’s largest uranium producer. But where it will be in that vast country and who will own it remain unclear.
Human factor speeds up glacial melting August 17, 2014 - Scientists simulating changes in mountain glaciers over the last century and half have established that rates of melting have increased greatly in recent years – and that humans are the main culprits.