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Exclusive: All mentions of Australia were removed from the final version of a Unesco report on climate change and world heritage sites after the Australian government objected on the grounds it could impact on tourism

Australia scrubbed from UN climate change report after government intervention

A turtle swims over bleached coral at Heron Island on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The reef is suffering its worst coral bleaching ever recorded with impacted, scientists say.

Record temperatures scorch countries from Morocco to Iraq, causing major disruptions.

An epic Middle East heat wave could be global warming’s hellish curtain-raiser

Epic Middle East heatwave could be global warming's hellish curtain-raiser

Nasa: Muir-gleccser  1941 Augusztus 13-án és 2004 Augusztus 31-én.

White Thunder Ridge, Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska in 1944 and 2004

Red states are more likely to kick up a fuss over the EPA's proposed power-plant rules

Red states pump out more carbon pollution than blue ones

Red states are more likely to kick up a fuss over the EPA's proposed power-plant rules

Gino Celli, who farms 1,500 acres (600 hectares) of land and manages another 7,000 acres (2,800 hectares), draws his irrigation water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. How much water to export from the Delta remains a divisive issue in California. (Rich Pedroncelli, AP)

Reducing Reliance on the Bay-Delta

Republicans Introduce Bill Based On The Idea That Environmentalists Caused California’s Drought

For the first time, researchers have linked the catastrophic floods in Australia in the summer of 2010 with global warming. The economic damage amounted to US $2.38 billion.  – Warming oceans helped to worsen Australia's floods five years ago by intensifying rainfall, researchers found. | Climate News Network, 21 November, 2015

For the first time, researchers have linked the catastrophic floods in Australia in the summer of 2010 with global warming. The economic damage amounted to US $2.38 billion. – Warming oceans helped to worsen Australia's floods five years ago by intensifying rainfall, researchers found. | Climate News Network, 21 November, 2015

The fish traps at Brewarrina are extraordinary and ancient structures. Why aren't they better protected?

The fish traps at Brewarrina are extraordinary and ancient structures. Why aren't they better protected?

Aboriginal fish traps made from rocks, Darling River, N.

#ASIA #PARIS15 #SWD #GREEN2STAY Published On: Tue, Nov 17th, 2015 Environment / Headlines / International / News / PlanetYuca | By Yucatan Times Global Climate Change Conference, an effort to avoid universal disaster http://www.theyucatantimes.com/2015/11/global-climate-change-conference-an-effort-to-avoid-universal-disaster/

Global Climate Change Conference, an effort to avoid universal disaster

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