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Congo deforestation could cause region to warm 3C by 2050

The Congo Basin will face disproportionately high levels of global warming by 2050 due to deforestation, researchers have warned.  ...

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Greener Australian outback is lowering atmospheric CO2

Plant growth in the Australian outback has taken an increasingly dominant global role in keeping atmospheric carbon dioxide levels in...

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First shipment of Canadian tar sands heads towards EU shores

A shipment of oil from Canadian tar sands is due to arrive in Europe next week – the first time...

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Central African tropical forests becoming browner

Tropical forests in central Africa are turning browner, pointing to a water shortage and higher surface temperatures, concluded a study...

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Panama rainforest tribes settle UN REDD dispute

The country’s US$5.8 million scheme to protect its forests can now resume, safeguarding one of the nation’s most valuable assets,...

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Carbon dioxide’s effect on global warming ‘understimated’

You may think the prospect of climate change is alarming, a call to action to slow down our emissions of...

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UK suffers the stormiest December since 1969

December 2013 also takes home the title of one of the windiest months altogether since January 1993. In Scotland, it...

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Warming winters send Florida’s mangroves north

The discovery is in itself not a surprise – mangrove growth is limited by temperature – but once again it...

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