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50 stories about Climate from 2014

January-February - March-April - May-June-July - August-Sept-Oct - November-December - Back to the Blog 

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January-February

2013 was Australia's warmest year on record http://t.co/k9r6rG81Jm
European Commission: What's causing climate change? http://t.co/DyyC1X8LTX
Indonesian indigenous groups fight climate change with GPS http://tinyurl.com/ppjlqww
Climate for Culture project http://t.co/C9FyNjcJb7
Interactive Map Reveals Earth After The Ice Melts and Sea Level Rises http://t.co/GDdUxJT8DS
Study: Climate change may be fueling expansion of mangrove forests http://tinyurl.com/lr4dvg4

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March-April

Climate change is messing with rainfall across the entire planet http://t.co/x4D1we2wfm
Climate change: a survivors' guide http://t.co/EZ1yhhROsT
Grassroots climate change solutions: Seeds of Knowledge download http://t.co/4Bix5O2p
How Millions of People Can Help Solve Climate Change http://t.co/MCglDk0Tmn
If all the Ice melted: National Geographic's Interactive map on Rising Seas http://t.co/gegpVxgW2Y
What will be the future of the IPCC? http://t.co/HAyrk0yZym


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May-June-July

These cities could be hugely impacted by rising sea levels http://t.co/gfK5d6sa0b
Yes, the planet is still getting warmer and pretending it isn’t can be expensive http://tinyurl.com/n6yuas4
Climate change will 'cost world far more than estimated' http://t.co/KHgpHb1d8I
Sea level rising, flood risk and UK nuclear plants http://t.co/kFhx7cxiWz
Climate change threatens Tibet's rare Alpine plants http://t.co/Bhp6aMSj8W
Explore Climate Data interactive map http://t.co/VRiXk3tBIw
What do the European heat wave of 2003 and the Russian heat wave of 2010 have in common? Anthropogenic climate change? http://t.co/XT9PxnAi


August-September-October

8 charts showing climate change is making the world more dangerous http://t.co/AP3xnPuwIl
Great Lakes meltdown: shrinking ice cover worries scientists http://t.co/4LBanyaJwt
High climate sensitivity http://t.co/7hpiFGatQ9
Latest State of the Climate: it's still getting hotter http://t.co/VI9qOwDhcJ
NZ study finds people living near the coast are more likely to believe in climate change: http://t.co/w1cr2RtdpE
The world's most extensive climate change adaptation plans http://t.co/TkGEEPNx0V
Climate Science: can geo-engineering save the world http://t.co/vq236h1dza
Fresh water supplies at risk due to climate change http://tinyurl.com/pr8kosg
Global Leaders Highlight Actions Needed to Achieve Climate Justice http://t.co/tUTBwSrmiC
Mapping climate communication, visually depicted by Joanna Boehnert http://t.co/xe7me9usKd
New high-temperature records have been set in 2014 http://t.co/tLN46fvHT2
Rocky Mountain forests at risk: report http://tinyurl.com/mk6ynsm
U.N. Climate Summit will help seal the fate of nations http://t.co/9Hv4IA2lig
Vertical geopolitics of climate change http://t.co/SogWhjos
Ice loss sends Alaskan temperatures soaring by 7 deg C http://t.co/RCcGKEqhHN
No more pause: Warming will be non-stop from now on - New Scientist http://t.co/6T6xZTAFxc
Worldwide, September 2014 was the warmest it has ever been. http://t.co/01DmtAfYSH

November-December

Climate change is already messing up Australia's ocean environment http://t.co/rHSjkcZO
Climate change makes pests move north from the tropics – study http://t.co/8kVyPbf3IH
Climate change pushes farmers in India to the tipping point http://t.co/BdpMkKNVVh
Denmark signals fight for tougher 2030 climate and clean energy goals http://tinyurl.com/pwthvp7

Explore potentially innovative and transformative solutions to address climate change http://t.co/Ie7qcj4E1L
Global Warming Brings Trees to Arctic Tundra http://t.co/LumVeGMW0e
Global Warming Causes More Extreme Shifts of the Southern Hemisphere's Largest Rain Band http://t.co/TH0FF2cp
Global warming contradiction: Less snow, more blizzards http://t.co/OguYffhP
How to rebuild trust at UN climate change talks? http://t.co/uzSohgzDtF
IPCC calls for climate mitigation to prevent 'serious disruption to human activities' http://tinyurl.com/lf5stow
The 7 deadly sinners of climate change http://t.co/Sgud7KXxTL
UN climate change report offers stark warnings http://buff.ly/1An7jq8
Wetlands may help mitigate carbon emissions, study finds http://tinyurl.com/pewnl7x
What Would Success Look Like at COP 20 in Lima? http://t.co/EXv1p2jAfV


   
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