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Climate News Network

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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Energy efficiency boosts jobs and cuts climate heat
Creating millions of jobs in energy efficiency schemes is the fastest way to restore prosperity and cut climate heating.

Extreme drought and fire risk may double by 2060
Climate change may soon double the impact of extreme drought and fire. And it's a two-way traffic.

How hemp can help to moderate the climate crisis
Hemp, a plant grown centuries ago in England as a national duty, could help to restrict climate heating.

US pays rising costs for climate's flood damage
America's rainfall patterns are changing with the global climate ˆ' and making catastrophic flood damage even more costly.

Reformed trade rules can help to save the climate
If the British government agrees to reformed trade rules, that could help the crucial climate talks it will chair in November.

Science warns world of "ghastly' future ahead
Take all the dire warnings and assessments that scientists have made. Add them up. Their answer? A ghastly future ahead.

A new city rises in the desert, under a fake moon
The world's biggest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, is planing a new city entirely dependent on clean energy.

Overheated Earth can slow plants' carbon storage
15 January, 2021 ˆ' For vast tracts of forest and savannah, the heat could rise too far for plants' carbon storage abilities to go on working.

Carbon capture and storage won't work, critics say
Carbon capture and storage, trapping carbon before it enters the atmosphere, sounds neat. But many doubt it can ever work.

Rising heat forces big growth in electricity demand
As temperatures increase, rising heat will mean many power stations falter, leaving homes dark, chilly and without energy.