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12-7-11 French Alpine glaciers in retreat
French Alpine glaciers in retreat
Glaciers in the French Alps have lost a quarter of their area in the past 40 years, according to new research.

12-6-11 No, global warming hasn't stopped
No, global warming hasn't stopped
Like a game of scientific whack-a-mole, some arguments against climate change just keep bouncing back - no matter how many times researchers disprove them. One is the long-standing claim that "global warming stopped in 1998", and that since then the Earth has stayed at the same temperature, or even cooled.

12-5-11 2011 Arctic ozone hole was biggest ever
2011 Arctic ozone hole was biggest ever
In the first three months of this year, a hole in the ozone layer over the Arctic grew twice as big as the previous record.

12-4-11 Climate research bolsters 'action' call to UN talks
Climate research bolsters 'action' call to UN talks
As ministers begin arriving at the UN climate talks in South Africa, new science is showing the challenges they face in trying to curb global warming.

11-29-11 CO2 climate sensitivity 'overestimated'
CO2 climate sensitivity 'overestimated'
Global temperatures could be less sensitive to changing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels than previously thought, a study suggests.

11-21-11 No let up in greenhouse gas rise
No let up in greenhouse gas rise
Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere rose to yet another high in 2010, according to the UN's weather agency.

11-18-11 IPCC: Climate impact risk set to increase
IPCC: Climate impact risk set to increase
The risk from extreme weather events is likely to increase if the world continues to warm, say scientists.

10-26-11 Climate change: What we do - and don't - know
Climate change: What we do - and don't - know
There is much we do not understand about Earth's climate. That is hardly surprising, given the complex interplay of physical, chemical and biological processes that determines what happens on our planet's surface and in its atmosphere.

10-21-11 Global warming 'confirmed' by independent study
Global warming 'confirmed' by independent study
The Earth's surface really is getting warmer, a new analysis by a US scientific group set up in the wake of the "Climategate" affair has concluded.

10-10-11 Arctic ozone loss in 2011 unprecedented
Arctic ozone loss in 2011 unprecedented
Record ozone depletion over the Arctic early this year rivals what was observed in the Antarctic when holes in the protective atmospheric layer first appeared there during the 1980s.

10-9-11 Ultraviolet light shone on cold winter conundrum
Ultraviolet light shone on cold winter conundrum
Recent cold winters that brought chaos to the UK and other places in northern Europe may have their roots in the Sun's varying ultraviolet emissions.

10-2-11 Arctic ozone loss at record level
Arctic ozone loss at record level
Ozone loss over the Arctic this year was so severe that for the first time it could be called an "ozone hole" like the Antarctic one, scientists report.

10-2-11 Arctic ozone hole breaks all records
Arctic ozone hole breaks all records
In the first three months of this year, something unprecedented happened in the skies over the Arctic. A large hole appeared in the ozone layer, far bigger than any seen there before.

10-1-11 World Without Ice
World Without Ice
56 million years ago a mysterious surge of carbon into the atmosphere sent global temperatures soaring. In a geologic eyeblink life was forever changed.

9-27-11 Melting sea ice not entirely man-made, study shows
Melting sea ice not entirely man-made, study shows
What has caused the rapid loss of Arctic sea ice over the past few decades?

5-3-11 Global carbon emissions reach record, says IEA
Global carbon emissions reach record, says IEA
Energy-related carbon emissions reached a record level last year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

3-9-11 Polar ice loss quickens, raising seas
Polar ice loss quickens, raising seas
Ice loss from Antarctica and Greenland has accelerated over the last 20 years, research shows, and will soon become the biggest driver of sea level rise.

1-22-11 The Truth about climate change models
The Truth about climate change models
Today's climate models are more sophisticated than ever - but they're still limited by our knowledge of the Earth. So how well do they really work?

1-9-11 Greenland poised on a knife edge
Greenland poised on a knife edge
"Last chance to hold Greenland back from tipping point": 05 January 2011 by Anil Ananthaswamy : New data and models show that Greenland's ice cap, the world's second largest, is on track to hit a point of no return in 2040.

1-8-11 Last chance to hold Greenland back from tipping point
Last chance to hold Greenland back from tipping point
New data and models show that Greenland's ice cap, the world's second largest, is on track to hit a point of no return in 2040

1-8-11 Greenland poised on A knife edge
Greenland poised on A knife edge
By 2040 it will be too late to save the ice sheets from catastrophic melting: we have to act now

1-5-11 Last chance to hold Greenland back from tipping point
Last chance to hold Greenland back from tipping point
New data and models show that Greenland's ice cap, the world's second largest, is on track to hit a point of no return in 2040

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