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The disorderly story of Antarctic sea ice

An icy North America and a ship’s besetment in Antarctic ice offer no comfort on global warming. [14 January 2014 | Peter Boyer] The two biggest seasonal events on Earth are winter snow on northern lands and ice cover on … Continue reading

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Amid all the hoopla, the science continues

Robert Manne is being too hasty in proclaiming that the ascendancy of global warming denial spells defeat for climate science. [14 August 2012 | Peter Boyer] “Victory of the Denialists: How climate science was vanquished” is the banner headline on … Continue reading

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A global rumble out of California

A research finding that the world is warming is a decisive blow for action on carbon emissions, but our best chances have already passed us by. [1 November 2011 | Peter Boyer] There was a small tremor last month that … Continue reading

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