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Bad-faith actors spreading lies about climate change, warns WMO

Public knowledge around climate change is being marred by "widespread" misinformation by "bad faith actors sowing doubt and confusion", according to the World Meteorological Organisation.

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Extreme weather warning prompts concern for Aussie kids: 'We need to be prepared'

“At its heart, the climate crisis is a child rights crisis.” That’s the declaration from international child protection agency UNICEF, amid news that the world is set to warm to record levels during the next five years, further destabilising our daily lives.

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Heat will likely soar to record levels in next 5 years, WMO says
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Heat will likely soar to record levels in next 5 years, WMO says

The World Meteorological Organization forecast “far-reaching repercussions for health, food security, water management and the environment.”
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'More likely than not' world will soon see 1.5C of warming

For the first time ever, global temperatures are now more likely than not to breach 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) of warming within the next five years, the World Meteorological Organization has said.

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La Niña has ended, and El Niño may be on the way

The climate pattern that tends to bring drier, warmer conditions to the southern half of the United States and wetter weather to the northern half has ended, NOAA said Thursday.
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Who’s driving climate change? New data catalogs 72,000 polluters and counting

A nonprofit backed by Al Gore and other big environmental donors says it can track emissions down to individual power plants, oil fields and cargo ships.
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Heatwaves to become more frequent, longer and hotter due to climate change

Heatwaves like the one engulfing parts of Europe and the US will start earlier, become more frequent, and will be longer and hotter because of climate change, the World Meteorological Organisation has warned.

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