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Shrinking Glaciers

Here’s some very scary stuff from Carbon Brief and the Independent US Glacier National Park down to its last 26 glaciers after losing 124 in a century Glacier National Park in Montana is losing the ice that gave its name, a

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Climate change: The potential impacts of collective inaction – Redress Information & Analysis

Graham Peebles explains the likely alarming outcome for life on earth even if the targets of the Paris climate change conference, which aimed to limit the increase in global average temperature to … Source: Climate change: The potential impacts of

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Hinkley Point C

Now that the government has called for a review of the contract for the Hinkley point C nuclear power station many are wondering if this is a very expensive white elephant. Whether or not you agree with the proposal for

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Disappearing World

Here’s a scary article from the New York Times There used to be a lake in Bolivia. Lake Poopó. Then it disappeared — along with most of the villagers who depended on the lake, for generations. The Andes bureau chief,

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Scotland’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions

It’s pleasing to be able to report some good news for a change. It has take a while but for the first time since the Climate Change Scotland Act was brought into being Scotland has met and surpassed its annual

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Hidden News

While the UK population gazes at its collective navel trying to decide if it’s an innie or an outie the real world carries on regardless. For example; in an incomprehensible judgement the US supreme court has decided to block Barack

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Paris 2015 – CoP 21

CoP 21 is over; the politicians have all headed home patting themselves on the back, and“Didn’t we do well.” echoed across the airwaves. The world is saved and we can all look forward to a greener happier future; well no

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