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Kerry: We have nine years to avert the worst of global warming

Even as President Joe Biden acknowledged the U.S. has officially rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement on Friday, Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry warned that the Earth has just nine years left to avert the worst possible climate change consequences.

Cities can create their own weather systems based on their shape

Lausanne - A fascinating new study has concluded that the shape of our cities and towns can have a major effect on the weather that occurs in and around them. No, they're not talking about the "urban heat island" effect. It is much, much more dramatic.

New study shows how Asian air pollution affects the weather

In the first study of its kind, researchers have compared pollution rates from 1850 through 2000, and have discovered that man-made pollutants from Asian countries are impacting weather patterns in the Northern Hemisphere.

Navy responsible for weather radar anomaly

Perth - It’s the stuff of low-budget sci-fi films — a strange geometric shape off the coast of a continent sends scientists scrambling for explanations and usually ends in extra-terrestrials or a weather anomaly wiping out large cities.

Airborne study of weather and 'rivers in the sky'

Pasadena - A new airborn study lead by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and taking place from Feb. 11 via unmanned aircraft, is expected to improve our understanding of how 'atmospheric rivers' form and behave.

Global wheat production decline might trigger food price crisis

There are no doubts that the world is in a tough position right now. The economic fall-out from the recession continues to affect many countries, and weather-related crises appear to be the norm this year.

Kilimanjaro's Melting Snow: Not a Sign of Global Warming?

According to the summer edition of American Scientist magazine, "global warming has nothing to do with the decline of Kilimanjaro's ice, and using the mountain in northern Tanzania as a "poster child" for climate change is simply inaccurate."
 

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A screenshot of a Bureau of Meteorology map shows a strange S-shaped formation off the coast of West...
A screenshot of a Bureau of Meteorology map shows a strange S-shaped formation off the coast of Western Australia on February 12, 2014.
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