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Performance index released at Lima climate talks puts Denmark in the best-performing slot, followed by Sweden and Britain. While “No one sucks on climate change like Australia, mate” | Grist / The Guardian

Performance index released at Lima climate talks puts Denmark in the best-performing slot, followed by Sweden and Britain. While “No one sucks on climate change like Australia, mate” | Grist / The Guardian

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

New UN report reveals devastating human toll of disasters in 'hottest year on record'

New UN report reveals devastating human toll of disasters in 'hottest year on record'

“Why on earth would the Coalition support some namby-pamby bunch of green ventures that make a profit when they could plunge taxpayers’ money into a suite of fossil-fuel forays for the benefit of a billionaire or a foreign multinational – and rack up some decent losses?” asks Business Columnist  Michael West in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 June 2015

“Why on earth would the Coalition support some namby-pamby bunch of green ventures that make a profit when they could plunge taxpayers’ money into a suite of fossil-fuel forays for the benefit of a billionaire or a foreign multinational – and rack up some decent losses?” asks Business Columnist Michael West in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 June 2015

Measuring The Economic Cost Of Climate Change.

The Cost of Doing Nothing: The Economist Looks At How Climate Change Threatens Our Economy

Measuring The Economic Cost Of Climate Change.

The focus of climate science has moved from whether climate change is happening, to when and where it will be most keenly felt.  “This kind of work is particularly important as it helps to focus the minds of policy makers about when climate change will start to change our environment. It shows that in many parts of the world, climate change will start to have a major impact in our own lifetimes, not just during those of our children and grandchildren.”

Up to 5 Billion Face 'Entirely New Climate' by 2050

The focus of climate science has moved from whether climate change is happening, to when and where it will be most keenly felt. “This kind of work is particularly important as it helps to focus the minds of policy makers about when climate change will start to change our environment. It shows that in many parts of the world, climate change will start to have a major impact in our own lifetimes, not just during those of our children and grandchildren.”

La extensión del hielo Ártico alcanzó su mínimo histórico.

La extensión del hielo Ártico alcanzó su mínimo histórico

La extensión del hielo Ártico alcanzó su mínimo histórico.

World 'needs Plan B' on climate - IPCC report

World 'needs Plan B' on climate - IPCC report

From unprecedented storms &flooding in the UK to severe drought in California &Brazil, 2014 has kicked off with some exceptional&weird weather events. Scientists are increasingly able to link the upward trends in extreme weather to climate change – &these latest examples are giving them even more evidence. In the UK, the country is experiencing its most exceptional period of rainfall in 248 years, with hundreds of flood alert warnings covering much of the country &hundreds of home left…

From unprecedented storms &flooding in the UK to severe drought in California &Brazil, 2014 has kicked off with some exceptional&weird weather events. Scientists are increasingly able to link the upward trends in extreme weather to climate change – &these latest examples are giving them even more evidence. In the UK, the country is experiencing its most exceptional period of rainfall in 248 years, with hundreds of flood alert warnings covering much of the country &hundreds of home left…

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