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Impact Of Greenhouse Gases On Ocean Ecosystems

As it marks World Ocean Day, the World Meteorological Organization warns the continued rise of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is threatening the ecosystems...

Climate Change May Increase Demand for Humanitarian Aid by 50% by 2030: UN Report

The United Nations is warning that climate change is threatening the lives of millions of people throughout the world, and that demand for humanitarian...

World Meteorological Organization Indicates New Highs In Climate Change

Weather scientists said May was the warmest month on record worldwide, with one observing station reporting carbon dioxide levels hitting a record high. The World...

Researchers Record the Hottest Temperature in the Antarctic Region

Researchers at a base in the Antarctic say they have recorded the hottest temperature there since readings began more than 60 years ago. The World...

Year 2017 remains one of the hottest year on record

GENEVA: The World Meteorological Organization reports 2017 is on track to be among the three hottest years on record, just behind the two preceding years. While 2017 may...

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Highest in 800,000 Years, says World Meteorological Organization

Geneva, October 31: The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reports greenhouse gas emissions in Earth's atmosphere have reached the highest level ever in 800,000 years. The...

2011 to 2015 Hottest Period on Record, Warming is speeding up trends of Rising Sea Levels: WMO Report

November 9, 2016: The five years from 2011 through 2015 were the hottest on record, and the warming is speeding up trends of rising...

Climate change: Get ready for hotter, drier, wetter future

New Delhi: Climate change is happening, with strong evidence that the Earth is already one degree Celsius hotter than at the start of the 20th century....

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