New climate plans fall far short of limiting global warming to 1.5°C
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New climate plans fall far short of limiting global warming to 1.5°C

Aerial view of the petrochemical plant at China Wenjie Dong/Getty Images According to a new analysis, countries have not offered enough bold plans to
Polar bears in Svalbard archipelago are inbreeding due to sea ice loss
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Polar bears in Svalbard archipelago are inbreeding due to sea ice loss

Polar bear in Svalbard archipelago Shutterstock/Ondrej Prsicky Global warming is causing Arctic ice to melt, which means archipelago-based Polar
58 per cent of oil must stay in the ground to meet 1.5°C climate goal
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58 per cent of oil must stay in the ground to meet 1.5°C climate goal

If we want to limit global warming, only 58% of oil can be extracted. HHakim/Getty images Researchers have determined that energy companies and
Limiting fossil fuel extraction to keep global warming below 1.5° C target
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Limiting fossil fuel extraction to keep global warming below 1.5° C target

CC0:Public Domain A study by UCL researchers found that nearly 60% of oil and fossil methane gases, and almost 90% of coal, must be kept in the
Some coral reefs are keeping pace with ocean warming
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Some coral reefs are keeping pace with ocean warming

Credit: Michael Fox. A healthy coral reef in Phoenix Islands Protected Area, 2018. As ocean temperatures rise, some coral communities become more
Hundreds of Medical Journals Just United Together to Issue a Brutally Frank Warning
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Hundreds of Medical Journals Just United Together to Issue a Brutally Frank Warning

Global warming is already affecting people's lives so that emergency action on climate changes cannot be put on hold while the world tackles the
Economic cost of climate change could be six times higher than previously thought
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Economic cost of climate change could be six times higher than previously thought

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain According to UCL researchers, economic models of climate change could have significantly underestimated the cost
Extreme U.S. Cold Snaps—Including Texas Winter Storm—Linked To Rapid Arctic Warming, Study Finds
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Extreme U.S. Cold Snaps—Including Texas Winter Storm—Linked To Rapid Arctic Warming, Study Finds

Topline According to a Science study, rapid Arctic warming could be caused by climate change. This was the first evidence linking February's deadly
NYC's Subway Flooding Isn't A Fluke. It's The Reality For Cities In A Warming World
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NYC's Subway Flooding Isn't A Fluke. It's The Reality For Cities In A Warming World

NYC's Subway Flooding is Not a Fluke. It's a reality for cities in a warming world Click to enlarge the image toggle caption STR/AFP via Getty Images
Extreme sea levels to become much more common
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Extreme sea levels to become much more common

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain According to international scientists, global warming will lead to extreme sea level rises almost every year by