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Arctic melt fears rise despite ‘Santa’s lake’ picture error

North Pole is still frozen say researchers, after erroneous pictures of a 'lake' appeared in news outlets, but melt could still break 2012 record

Fracking should take place in “desolate areas” says UK Lord

Morning summary: Former Conservative energy adviser says exploration for shale gas should take place in remote areas

Cheap carbon offsets could strengthen aviation emissions goals

Cost of carbon offsetting so cheap that the aviation industry could adopt more ambitious reduction targets, says economist

Gina McCarthy says EPA aims to spark US economic growth

New EPA chief speaks of the challenges and opportunities of uniting the environment and the economy at her inaugural lecture at Harvard Law School

US investors signal new interest in climate related risks

Shareholders in the US are showing growing concern about their investments in companies exposed to climate change-related risks

On the ground at the Great Gas Gala - Day 6

      30 seconds with our woman on the ground - Abi Mortimer   You're at Balcombe right now, what's the atmosphere like? Despite the rain people...

Timeline: extreme weather and climate-related events in 2013

How crazy has the world's weather been since 2012? The WRI's timeline may give you a clue

BMW unveils first 100% i3 electric car

New i3 range will costs around US$41,350 but BMW says it will cost less than conventional vehicles to maintain

Lord Howell - Greenpeace response

Is 1.5C warming target still within reach?

Climate Action Network and Climate Analytics study says rapid investment in biomass, energy efficiency and carbon capture technologies required


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Sea ice levels showing signs of recovery, but rising temperatures spell radical change for...

Winchester Action on Climate Change:

UN member states have reached a draft climate agreement after two weeks of talks at the UN...

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