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Antarctic glaciers sensitive to climate change, research shows

Research suggests enormous East Antarctic ice sheet advances and retreats with climate change more than scientists had realised

Art installation in Washington gives flower power a solar boost

Five flowers, 33 foot tall, are being used to teach the public about the benefits of solar energy

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Landmark solar project begins construction in Leeward Islands

Experts have forecast the Caribbean to have installed 500MW of PV by 2016, powering 400,000 homes

Pacific ocean cooling explains 15-year slowdown in global warming

Morning summary: Researchers caution that temperatures will rise again when the Pacific swings back to a warmer state

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Energy efficiency is on 80% of UK businesses’ agendas

The sector is growing by almost 4% a year, creating 136,000 jobs and increasing the country's GDP by 1%

Lord Howell plots with fracking firms in Windsor dungeon

UN rules UK wind farms ‘illegal’

Morning summary: UK government accused of acting illegally by not providing public with 'necessary information' over benefits of wind farms

Greater access to air conditioning leads to a warmer planet

US uses more energy to keep cool than all other countries in the world combined but India is slowly catching up

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Responding to Climate Change:

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