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Global warming's pace quickens, warns new WMO chief
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Global warming's pace quickens, warns new WMO chief

The World Meteorological Organization's new leader emphasizes the accelerating rate of human-caused climate change and its complex impacts.

Seth Borenstein reports for The Associated Press.

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World ill-prepared to stop climate crisis reversing progress on health, says study

The climate crisis threatens to roll back decades of progress towards better health and governments are ill-prepared to stop it, the World Meteorological Organization has said.

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AI is starting to predict the weather. Can it process climate change?

For decades, morning weather reports have relied on the same kinds of conventional models. Now, weather forecasting is poised to join the ranks of industries revolutionized by artificial intelligence.

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Iowa meteorologist Chris Gloninger steps down after receiving threats

Meteorologist Chris Gloninger will step down from Iowa station KCCI partly because of PTSD he suffered after receiving threats related to his climate coverage.
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A meteorologist weathers the storm

Judson Jones, a member of The Times’s Weather Data team, tracks how global weather patterns affect even the most remote regions. He’s been busy.
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To whom it may concern: 300-year-old letters reveal hurricanes’ long-term rise

The number of storms in the south Indian Ocean has spiked since 1940, alongside a local increase in seawater temperatures.
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Study finds warming climate may improve North Cascades grizzly habitat

A study published this month found that the amount of high quality habitat for grizzly bears in the North Cascades will increase across all climate models, scenarios and time periods.

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