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Weekly data: Climate a top concern in Australian election – Energy Monitor

The cost of living, healthcare, economy and climate change are among the policy areas that Australian voters see as a “top priority”, according to a study from the Australian National University based on a sample of more than 3,500 voters…

Climate Change Is a ‘Game Changer’ When It Comes to Heatwaves, Say Experts – ScienceAlert

All heatwaves today bear the unmistakable and measurable fingerprint of global warming, top experts on quantifying the impact of climate change on extreme weather said Wednesday. Burning fossil fuels and destroying forests have released enough greenhouse gases into the atmosphere…

Best Places to Live to Avoid Climate Change – EARTH.ORG

No one on the planet is left untouched by the effects of climate change, from rising temperatures and sea levels to worsened air pollution and droughts that threaten food and water security. But as many experts have found, climate change…

How Climate Change Fits in the Australian Elections

What’s the current government’s stance on climate? It has done very little to suggest that it recognizes climate change as a clear and immediate danger in need of a major shift in policy. Last year, just before the international climate…

How Climate Change Fits in the Australian Elections – The New York Times

What’s the current government’s stance on climate? It has done very little to suggest that it recognizes climate change as a clear and immediate danger in need of a major shift in policy. Last year, just before the international climate…

The Climate Scaremongers: BBC’s Bogus Antarctic Heatwave Scare

The following is excerpted from Paul Homewood’s weekly roundup of the climate doomsters. Homewood shows how the BBC is falsely claiming that Antarctica is warming at three times the global average. –CCD Ed. This month’s BBC Climate Check focuses on the Antarctic. [bold,…

What we’re still learning about how trees grow

A new study finds that tree growth does not seem to be generally limited by photosynthesis but rather by cell growth. This suggests that we need to rethink the way we forecast forest growth in a changing climate, and that forests in the future may not be able to absorb as much carbon from the atmosphere as we thought.

What the new GCSE in global warming should teach – The Spectator Australia

For years, environmentalists have campaigned for children to study global warming as a subject rather than simply as a part of geography. Their wish has now been granted in England with a new GCSE in natural history, starting from 2025….

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