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I have no doubt that every Queenslander wants the Great Barrier Reef to be there for future generations.
Indonesia's highest peak is more than half the height of Everest.
NANTONG, JIANGSU, CHINA - 2017/11/13: Cranes are discharging containers from a cargo ship at Nantong Port. As a big country of container manufacturing, China's great output has brought huge VOCs emissions. To solve the VOCs pollution problem, China will soon introduce the national standard for controlling the air pollutant emission in this industry. (Photo by Zhang Peng/LightRocket via Getty Images)
And they could provide a glimpse into a climate-changing future.
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One of the starkest images to emerge after Hurricane Irma made landfall in early September came from the Bahamas. The Category 5 storm's powerful winds sucked away the ocean from the shore, leaving th...
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Well, at least we're better than Saudi Arabia.
Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are surging again after staying flat for three years, climate scientists reported on Monday, a sign that efforts to rein in planet-warming gases still...
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Will they kick the coal to save the coral?
US President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing on hurricane relief efforts in Dallas, Texas, on October 25, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / JIM WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Expert says we're already committed to at least 10 metres of sea level rise. Yes, 10 metres.
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Nicaragua, the other holdout, signed the deal last month in solidarity with nations already suffering from climate change.
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WASHINGTON — In a surprising move, the White House has signed off on a lengthy report by more than a dozen federal agencies that reaches a conclusion about climate change that President Donald T...
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Climate change is stealing the Islanders' homes, livelihoods and connection to ancestral lands.
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There's now almost twice as much heat-trapping CO2 in the atmosphere as pre-industrial times.
Climate change is already taking a major toll on public health and threatening to reverse progress made over the past century in combatting infectious diseases, according to one of the world's oldest...
A report by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has revealed there were record levels of CO2 found in the atmosphere in 2016. Caused by a combination of human-activity and the El Niño w...
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"This is smelly no matter how it's viewed."
Lemurs sunbathing. Lemurs holding tiny umbrellas. Lemurs Lemurs Lemurs!
Funny how people accept the science when it's all about their food and housing.
PENZANCE, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 16: Waves whipped up by Hurricane Ophelia crash over the seafront in Penzance on October 16, 2017 in Cornwall, England. Hurricane Ophelia comes exactly 30 years after the Great Storm of 1987. Two people have been killed as the remnants of the storm hit the United Kingdom and Ireland. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
It's not just developing nations choking on their own smoke.
An Adelie penguin arrives at the New Harbor research station near McMurdo Station in Antarctica on November 11, 2016.Secretary of State John Kerry is travelling to Antarctica, New Zealand, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and will attend the APEC summit in Peru later in the month. / AFP PHOTO / AFP POOL / MARK RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
The remnants of former hurricane Ophelia slammed into Ireland and the western United Kingdom on Monday, claiming at least three lives, leaving nearly 400,000 without power and further cementing the 20...
LAKE ISABELLA, CA - JUNE 24: Firefighters from Cal Fire's Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit pay close attention to the wildfire coming at every direction in Kelso Valley as the wildfire progresses east with the winds, near Lake Isabella, Calif., on June 24, 2016. (Photo by Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
Scientists are seeking increased environmental protections after an entire breeding season of Adelie penguin chicks was wiped out in a key colony in east Antarctica. Only two chicks survived the massi...
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Wildfires continued to engulf areas of Northern California's wine country on Tuesday as firefighters and rescue crews worked to contain them. Strong winds caused the flames to spread rapidly on Sunday...
There's a 97 percent chance that Abbott is wrong about the scientific consensus.
The former PM even suggests fewer people may die as a result of global warming.
It's not coffee, sugar, gambling, nicotine, alcohol, drugs or social media...
We know that humans first started to migrate out of Africa around 60,000 years ago, what we've never been entirely sure of is what caused the to do it. New research led by a geoscientists from the Uni...
Renewable energy is now the cheapest form of new power.
Even if the Paris climate agreement targets are achieved.
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It's all about four key seats near the proposed Carmichael Mine.
Norway. Svalbard islands. Spitsbergen island. (Photo by: Hermes Images/AGF/UIG via Getty Images)
India's former environment minister has told Four Corners he is "absolutely appalled by what is happening".
A team of researchers have discovered large piece of polystyrene floating less than 1000-miles from the North Pole. The shocking discovery was made by the Arctic Mission team, a British-led expedition...
A prominent mathematician has closely analysed the Earth's five previous mass extinction events and found that a sixth is just around the corner. Over the last 540 million years our planet has experie...