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37 Global Warming News Articles from 2013
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12-29-13 Drastic climate change
Drastic climate change
An analysis of isotopes in marine fossils from around the world yielded the most complete record of Earth's temperatures yet

12-27-13 A Newly Discovered Underground Lake in Greenland Will Help Us Understand Climate Change
A Newly Discovered Underground Lake in Greenland Will Help Us Understand Climate Change
An aquifer bigger than West Virginia has been found underneath the ice in Greenland. What that means for the rising seas in Greenland

12-16-13 Esa's Cryosat sees Arctic sea-ice volume bounce back
Esa's Cryosat sees Arctic sea-ice volume bounce back
The bounce back in the extent of sea ice in the Arctic this summer was reflected also in the volume of ice.

12-14-13 Savvy bar-tailed godwit equipped for climate challenge
Savvy bar-tailed godwit equipped for climate challenge
The bird world's long-distance champion is probably savvy enough to cope with climate change, researchers believe.

12-13-13 Data to expose 'sleeping ice giant'
Data to expose 'sleeping ice giant'
Scientists have finally begun mapping one of the least explored regions of Antarctica - the Recovery Catchment.

12-11-13 Esa's Cryosat mission detects continued West Antarctic ice loss
Esa's Cryosat mission detects continued West Antarctic ice loss
West Antarctica continues to lose ice to the ocean and this loss appears to be accelerating, according to new data from Europe's Cryosat spacecraft.

11-19-13 Toxic waste 'major global threat'
Toxic waste 'major global threat'
More than 200 million people around the world are at risk of exposure to toxic waste, a report has concluded.

11-17-13 Emissions of CO2 driving rapid oceans 'acid trip'
Emissions of CO2 driving rapid oceans 'acid trip'
The world's oceans are becoming acidic at an "unprecedented rate" and may be souring more rapidly than at any time in the past 300 million years.

11-13-13 2013 'one of warmest' on record
2013 'one of warmest' on record
This year is likely to be among the top 10 warmest on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization.

11-13-13 WMO says Typhoon Haiyan is climate 'wake-up call'
WMO says Typhoon Haiyan is climate 'wake-up call'
This year is likely to be among the top 10 warmest on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization.

11-12-13 Vast Antarctic iceberg 'could threaten shipping'
Vast Antarctic iceberg 'could threaten shipping'
UK researchers have been awarded an emergency grant to track a vast iceberg in Antarctica that could enter shipping lanes.

11-6-13 Concentrations of warming gases break record
Concentrations of warming gases break record
The levels of gases in the atmosphere that drive global warming increased to a record high in 2012.

10-31-13 Report suggests slowdown in CO2 emissions rise
Report suggests slowdown in CO2 emissions rise
Global emissions of carbon dioxide may be showing the first signs of a "permanent slowdown" in the rate of increase.

10-18-13 The Ocean Is Broken
The Ocean Is Broken
It was the silence that made this voyage different from all of those before it.

10-17-13 Human role in warming 'more certain' - UN climate chief
Human role in warming 'more certain' - UN climate chief
Scientists are more certain than ever that greenhouse gases from human activities are heating the planet, the head of the UN's climate panel says.

10-11-13 Climate Change: Why aren't more people alarmed?
Climate change: Why aren't more people alarmed?
Humans are warming up the planet.

10-4-13 Pictures of Earth 2100
Pictures of Earth 2100
The future is in our hand. Catherine Brahic explores four ways the world might develop in the next century

9-27-13 IPCC climate report: humans 'dominant cause' of warming
IPCC climate report: humans 'dominant cause' of warming
A landmark report says scientists are 95% certain that humans are the "dominant cause" of global warming since the 1950s.

9-24-13 Australia Climate Council revived after being axed
Australia Climate Council revived after being axed
An Australian climate change body scrapped by the new government has been relaunched as a non-profit organization reliant on public donations.

9-24-13 Cool Idea
Cool Idea
While nations concede a pressing need for attacking carbon dioxide emissions, other pollutants offer quicker paybacks

9-20-13 Obama proposes carbon limits on new US power plants
Obama proposes carbon limits on new US power plants
US President Barack Obama has unveiled a proposal to limit carbon emissions on new power plants built in the US.

9-20-13 Norway abandons Mongstad carbon capture plans
Norway abandons Mongstad carbon capture plans
The outgoing government in Norway has buried much-vaunted plans to capture carbon dioxide and store it underground amid mounting costs and delays.

9-20-13 Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Seasonal Low
Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Seasonal Low
Sea-ice extent in the Arctic appears to have passed its yearly minimum, scientists report.

9-11-13 Esa's cryosat mission observes continuing arctic winter ice decline
Esa's cryosat mission observes continuing arctic winter ice decline
The volume of sea ice in the Arctic hit a new low this past winter, according to observations from the European Space Agency's (Esa) Cryosat mission.

9-9-13 UK Scientists to Probe Pine Island Glacier
UK Scientists to Probe Pine Island Glacier
UK scientists are about to set out for Antarctica to investigate the mighty Pine Island Glacier.

9-1-13 If All The Ice Melted
If All The Ice Melted
Explore the world's new coastlines if sea level rises 216 feet.

8-24-13 Has global warming hit a plateau?
Has global warming hit a plateau?
And what would that mean for the threat of catastrophic climate change.

8-6-13 Global Shipping Lanes Being Developed in the Arctic
Global Shipping Lanes Being Developed in the Arctic
Thinning ice in the Arctic is making new shipping lanes possible. Olivier Dessibourg writes about a new breed of ice breaking vessels that can clear wider swathes of ice to boost the development of global shipping lanes in the Arctic.

8-2-13 Rise in violence 'linked to climate change'
Rise in violence 'linked to climate change'
Shifts in climate are strongly linked to increases in violence around the world, a study suggests.

7-4-13 Climate extremes are 'unprecedented'
Climate extremes are 'unprecedented'
The Earth experienced unprecedented recorded climate extremes during the decade 2001-2010, according to the World Meteorological Organization.

6-15-13 Science stats: CO2 milestone
Science stats: CO2 milestone
Atmospheric carbon dioxide levels recently hit 400 parts per million at Hawaii's Manna Loa Observatory. Ice cores show that today's concentration far exceeds any in the last 800,000 years.

4-16-13 Antarctic Melt Has Increased Tenfold Over Past 1,000 Years
Antarctic Melt Has Increased Tenfold Over Past 1,000 Years
Summer ice melt has increased tenfold over the last millennium in the Antarctic Peninsula, with most of the melt occurring during the last several decades in conjunction with global warming, new research suggests.

4-16-13 Antarctic ice melting faster than in past 1000 years
Antarctic ice melting faster than in past 1000 years
ICE melt in parts of Antarctica is at its highest level this millennium, with ice melting 10 times faster each summer than it did 600 years ago. What's more, most of that increase has occurred since the mid-20th century.

4-2-13 Antarctic ice grows as climate warms
Antarctic ice grows as climate warms
Call it a tale of two poles. While sea ice in the Arctic is vanishing fast, the extent of Antarctic ice has increased. Good explanations for the growth of ice in the Southern Ocean have been hard to find, but now the problem may have been cracked. Counter-intuitively, it seems global warming may be cooling southern surface waters.

3-13-13 True face of climate's hockey stick graph revealed
True face of climate's hockey stick graph revealed
IT'S all about speed - and quicker isn't better. One of the most extensive analyses yet of past temperatures shows that the world is warming faster than at any time in the last 11,300 years.

2-27-13 Arctic thaw may be first in cascade of tipping points
Arctic thaw may be first in cascade of tipping points
One climate domino has fallen, and it may start toppling others. A recent study outlined an interconnected web of climate tipping points, some of which make the next ones more likely.

1-8-13 US 2012 heat record 'partly due to climate change'
US 2012 heat record 'partly due to climate change'
The US sweltered under its hottest year on record in 2012, breaking the previous yearly average by 0.6C (1F), the US government has said.

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