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Publishes a daily news story on climate and energy. Our mission has always been to provide reliable, accessible climate science journalism in order to inform a world where climate misinformation is commonplace and where climate change still isn't a mainstream concern.

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Scientists' climate gap is narrowing
A poll shows scientists' climate gap is shrinking ˆ' between their work on climate change and their own response to it.

New-borns face multiple climate health risks
Multiple climate health risks threaten today's babies. They may grow up hungrier, more diseased and facing more pollution and danger. But there's hope.

Greenhouse gases drive Australia's bushfires
Australia's bushfires are feeding on heat from the climate change happening in the tropics, but its government doesn't want to know.

Global climate treaty is not working
Three out of four nations have yet to start to honour the global climate treaty. The world waits, the seas go on rising -- and greenhouse gases too.

Cuba's urban farming shows way to avoid hunger
Urban farming, Cuban-style, is being hailed as an example of how to feed ourselves when climate change threatens serious food shortages.

"Untold suffering' lies ahead in hotter world
Global heating could bring "untold suffering" for humans. It could also mean less fresh water and less rice, though tasting more of arsenic.

Indigenous firefighters tackle Brazil's blazes
If the fires raging across the Amazon are controlled, much of the credit should go to the indigenous firefighters with intimate knowledge of the terrain.

Climate "is the election priority' for the UK
Britain's general election campaign is squarely focused on the UK leaving the EU. But persuasive voices say the climate 'is the election priority'.

Rising heat drives hungry people to hospital
When the heat is on, hospital admissions rise for already undernourished and hungry people. As the mercury rises, so do the case loads.

Climate threat from inhalers can prove costly
The climate threat from inhalers used by millions to combat asthma and other breathing problems can also waste scarce resources.