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Record 2014 warming a sign of things to come

Last year was our warmest on record, but it’s the speed of change that should most concern us [3 February 2015 | Peter Boyer] The verdict on global warming in 2014 is in. The Japanese, US and UK public institutions … Continue reading

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Sitting on low simmer, it’s hard to notice the difference

It’s hard to spot the wheelbarrow for the straw, or the climate for the weather. Which is why we need science and its time-honoured method. [22 February 2011 | Peter Boyer] There’s a well-worn joke about a bloke coming off a … Continue reading

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That niggling matter of temperature

Amid all the statistical noise, the evidence says that our carbon emissions are causing a general warming of our planet. Continue reading

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