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Extreme Weather Continues in 2018 – a Continuing Call to Climate Action

Global temperatures for the first five months of the year have been the highest on record for a La Niña year, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Higher temperatures lead to more frequent and long-lasting heat waves causing adverse environmental impacts. Extreme temperatures, for instance, affect human health in

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Earth’s Ice Is Melting Much Faster Than Forecast. Here’s Why That’s Worrying.

By Jason E. Box - Professor in Glaciology, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland    COPENHAGEN — For me it was only after eight years of studying Greenland — installing and maintaining a network of on-ice climate stations and examining how much snow evaporates from the island — that I suddenly realized glaciology

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