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Scientists core into California's Clear Lake to explore past climate change

Deep sediments are unparalleled record of biotic changes over past 200,000+ years

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Global: Interview with Nobel prize winner Elinor Ostrom on climate change

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Global: Tinkering with the science of climate change

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Ancient Arabic writings help scientists piece together past climate

Iraqi sources from 9th and 10th centuries give new meteorological insights

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Environment: Taking a human rights approach to climate change

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AAAS-SFU research Linking human evolution and climate change

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UN-backed marine expedition highlights impact of climate change in oceans

A United Nations-backed scientific expedition which has been travelling the world?s oceans for almost three years is in New York seeking to raise public awareness of the impact of climate change in oceans.

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UN launches online database to help businesses adapt to climate change

A new online database launched today by the United Nations will showcase successful strategies that businesses and communities are using to adapt to climate change while simultaneously increasing their profits and using their resources more efficiently.

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China: Pollution and climate "threaten China's growth"

Second National Report on Climate Change published by Beijing government reveals high risk of access to food and drinking water. The government talks about transparency and commitment, but the municipalities ignore these directives.

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Somalia: Rape on the rise amid "climate of fear" in Mogadishu IDP camps

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UN agency, Italian energy company partner to combat hunger and climate change

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the Italian energy company Enel announced today a new partnership to combat hunger and malnutrition while also reducing carbon emissions through the use of ?green? stoves and solar panels.

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Archeologists investigate Ice Age hominins' adaptability to climate change

Complex computational modeling provides clues to Neanderthal extinction

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East Asian and Pacific children most vulnerable to climate change - UN report

The living conditions of millions of children across East Asia and the Pacific will be worsened by climate change, says a United Nations report released today, which argues that rising temperatures put children at greater risk of contracting diseases such as cholera and malaria, and natural ...

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Bangladesh offers lessons on climate change and disaster risks - Ban

Climate change is the single most important challenge the world faces, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed today in Bangladesh, a country that is all too familiar with the impact of extreme weather events and which the United Nations chief hailed as a global leader in disaster risk reduction.

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Ban and Norwegian leader discuss climate change and development issues

Climate change, sustainable development and women and children?s health topped discussions between Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Norway?s Prime Minister in New York today.

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Ban urges consensus on emissions and funding at climate change meeting

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today stressed that the forthcoming United Nations conference on climate change in Durban, South Africa, should produce agreement on limiting emissions of greenhouse gases, and launch the green climate fund for mitigation and adaptation in developing countries.

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Malawi: Tea tells the future of the climate

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UN official stresses climate change adaptation measures in Africa

African States have no choice but to implement climate change adaptation measures, given the continent?s vulnerability to the phenomenon, a senior United Nations official said today as the first conference on climate change and development in Africa got under way in the Ethiopian capital, Addis ...

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