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Climate News -- ScienceDaily
Clues from the ancient past can help predict abrupt climate change -- ScienceDaily
Heatwaves like ‘the Blob' could decrease role of ocean as carbon sink -- ScienceDaily
No ‘silver bullet’ for UK reaching net zero carbon emissions for electricity -- ScienceDaily
Historical analysis finds no precedent for the rate of coal and gas power decline needed to limit climate change to 1.5°C -- ScienceDaily
Changing ocean currents are driving extreme winter weather -- ScienceDaily
How quickly does the climate recover? -- ScienceDaily
Solar energy can be cheap and reliable across China by 2060 -- ScienceDaily
Plant-based jet fuel could reduce emissions by 68% -- ScienceDaily
By 2500 Earth could be alien to humans: Climate projections should not stop at year 2100 -- ScienceDaily
Scientists discover large rift in the Arctic’s last bastion of thick sea ice: The 3,000-square-kilometer gap in the ice may signal that the Last Ice Area is not as resilient as previously thought. -- ScienceDaily
Arctic sea ice may make a last stand in this remote region; it may lose the battle: Study sees a daunting outlook for year-round ice and its ecosystems -- ScienceDaily
Nearly 6 million children are driven into severe hunger by the hot, dry shifts of a strong el Niño -- ScienceDaily
Insects in the light of land use and climate -- ScienceDaily
The climate-driven mass extinction no one had seen: Fossils uncover a previously unknown mass extinction event in Africa -- ScienceDaily
Unprecedented rise of heat and rainfall extremes in observational data -- ScienceDaily
Impact of wild meat consumption on greenhouse gas emissions -- ScienceDaily
Catalysts found to convert carbon dioxide to fuel -- ScienceDaily
Exposure to deadly urban heat worldwide has tripled in recent decades, says study: A fifth of world population is affected; many U.S. cities on list -- ScienceDaily
Almost one-in-three people globally will still be mainly using polluting cooking fuels in 2030, research shows -- ScienceDaily
Marine heatwaves could wipe out an extra six per cent of a country’s fish catches, costing millions their jobs -- ScienceDaily
How climate change could undermine biodiversity conservation goals -- ScienceDaily