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We packed long underwear and never wore it’: Arctic scientists shocked at warming

We packed long underwear and never wore it’: Arctic scientists shocked at warming

Areas that were previously accessible at that time of the year only with an ice-breaking ship had become open, wavy water.

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Hurricane season: Record number of named Atlantic storms

Hurricane season: Record number of named Atlantic storms

This year’s Atlantic hurricane season has broken the record for the number of named storms, the US National Hurricane Center says.

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Norway’s Supreme Court Hears Rights Challenge to Arctic Oil Drilling

Norway’s Supreme Court Hears Rights Challenge to Arctic Oil Drilling

The Norwegian Constitution declares that all citizens have the right to a healthy environment. But Norway’s economy is built around an oil and gas industry that accounts for more than half of national exports.

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Racing for a good cause – When skippers give real meaning to their performance

Racing for a good cause – When skippers give real meaning to their performance

Road to the Vendée Globe #6 – Many of the skippers in the IMOCA class are men and women who when competing in the various events in the circuit and in particular in the forthcoming Vendée Globe (which starts on 8th November), are committed to adding that extra something to their project by conveying messages around a range of subjects.

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Big oil’s answer to melting Arctic: cooling the ground so it can keep drilling

Big oil’s answer to melting Arctic: cooling the ground so it can keep drilling

Technology is keeping patches of Alaska permafrost frozen to preserve energy infrastructure even as indigenous residents’ world is transformed by the climate crisis

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Alaska’s new climate threat: tsunamis linked to melting permafrost

Alaska’s new climate threat: tsunamis linked to melting permafrost

Scientists are warning of a link between rapid warming and landslides that could threaten towns and tourist attractions

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Climate change: Arctic Circle teens call for help to save their homes

Climate change: Arctic Circle teens call for help to save their homes

Teenagers living in remote Arctic communities say they’re worried about the effects of climate change. Scientists warn that melting ice and warming temperatures show rapid climate change is taking place.

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Earth has warmest September on record, and 2020 may clinch hottest year

Earth has warmest September on record, and 2020 may clinch hottest year

The planet just recorded its hottest September since at least 1880, according to three of the authoritative temperature-tracking agencies in the world.

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The Great Barrier Reef Has Lost Half Its Corals

The Great Barrier Reef Has Lost Half Its Corals

The Great Barrier Reef, one of the earth’s most precious habitats, lost half of its coral populations in the last quarter-century, a decline that researchers in Australia said would continue unless drastic action is taken to mitigate the effects of climate change.

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