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Carbon capture and storage will increase air pollution, study finds
(Thu 17/11)
Carbon capture and storage technology will likely increase the levels of air pollution as its scrubs carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere, according to a new report from the European Environment Agency.

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Study finds rivers may support climate control in cities
(Thu 17/11)
Planners could make greater use of urban waterways to regulate environmental temperature in our cities, according to research presented today.

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Public willing to pay more in taxes for greener urban space, survey finds
(Wed 16/11)
People are willing to paying nearly £400 a year in extra taxes or property costs for greener urban spaces, a new study from the University of Sheffield has found.

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Extreme daily weather shifts have increased over past decade
(Tue 15/11)
The first climate study to focus on changes in daily weather conditions has found that day-to-day weather has grown increasingly erratic and extreme, with significant fluctuations in sunshine and rainfall affecting more

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Air pollution linked for first time to droughts and major storms
(Mon 14/11)
A groundbreaking new study has found an increase in air pollution can reduce rainfall in drought-affected regions and worsen the severity of storms in wet regions or seasons.

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Healthcare costs of a decade of climate-change events tops $14bn
(Wed 09/11)
Health costs exceeding $14 billion dollars, 21,000 emergency room visits, nearly 1,700 deaths, and 9,000 hospitalizations are among the staggering impacts of six climate change-related events in the United States during

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Climate change causing mass migration of tree species, NASA study finds
(Thu 03/11)
The forests of the future are taking a new shape as a huge "migration" of trees has begun across much of the West due to global warming, insect attack, diseases and fire, a new study has found.

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Extreme melt of Greenland ice sheet could be difficult to halt
(Tue 25/10)
The Greenland ice sheet can experience extreme melting even when temperatures don’t hit record highs, according to new analysis released today.

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Global CO2 emissions are on the rise again, energy report warns
(Mon 24/10)
Global CO2 emissions are expected to rise again following the first decrease in over a decade, according to the latest statistics released today by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

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Cash register receipts could be bad for your health, new study warns
(Fri 21/10)
A new study has found danger chemical bisphenol A (BPA) — a substance that may have harmful health effects — occurs in 94 percent of thermal cash register receipts.

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Cutting-edge eco technology to be tested in two-year household trial
(Thu 20/10)
Washing machines that switch on automatically when the sun is at its strongest or homes which can choose to be heated by different green technologies - these are the smart home technologies of the future being investigat

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UK Govt report warns that millions could be trapped by climate change
(Thu 20/10)
A UK Government report warns of the ever-increasing danger of humanitarian disasters and reveals how millions of people could be become trapped by the devastating effects of climate change and unable to move to safety.

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Washing machines blamed for ocean 'microplastic' pollution
(Wed 19/10)
Scientists have identified household washing machines as the major source of so-called “microplastic” pollution — bits of polyester and acrylic smaller than the head of a pin — that they now have detected on ocea

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Climate change will cause sea levels to rise for 500 years, study warns
(Mon 17/10)
Rising sea levels in the coming centuries is perhaps one of the most catastrophic consequences of rising temperatures, a new study warns.

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Study finds politicians' success can be swayed by climate change policy
(Thu 13/10)
A political candidate's electoral victory or defeat is influenced by his or her stance on climate change policy, according to new Stanford University studies of the most recent US presidential and congressional election











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