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The science of discussing changing climate

September 19, 2018
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Science is best debated through a peer-reviewed publicationprocess, argues Paul Fraser. – (The Age — 59 minutes ago)
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Human activity is likely to increase global temperatures by 1.8-4C over the next century, scientists warn. (BBC News — 8 hours ago)
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A major climate change report prompts calls for urgent action, but the US rejects controls on emissions. (BBC News — 3 February, 2007)
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Global warming caused by human activity is real and will continue for hundreds of years, a panel of some of the world’s top climate scientists said Friday. (CNN — 3 February, 2007)
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The United Nations has just released its long-awaited report on climate change at an environmental conference in Paris The study has been drawn up by more than 2 000 scientists belonging to the I (ABC News — 2 February, 2007)
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A new report has warned that the climate may be responding more quickly to rising greenhouse gas emissions than previously thought The study published in the journal Science found climate models ha (ABC News — 2 February, 2007)
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An international panel of climate scientists said yesterday that there is an overwhelming probability that human activities are warming the planet at a dangerous rate, with consequences that could soon take decades or centuries to reverse. (Washington Post — 45 minutes ago)
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International scientists say warming of the climate system is causeis ‘very likely’ man-made, and ‘would continue for centuries’. – (The Age — 2 February, 2007)
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The latest evidence is dire enough, write Wendy Frew and StephaniePeatling , but many scientists say the planet is declining evenfaster into extremely dangerous weather conditions. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 February, 2007)
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A draft report has fuelled demands by scientists for a world summit on climate change The draft report predicts that by 2100 global warming will unleash bouts of extreme heat dryness and rainfall (ABC News — 31 January, 2007)
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The Federal Government is being urged to introduce laws to cut greenhouse gases in the wake of a bleak United Nations (UN) report on climate change The study by the Intergovernmental Panel on Clim (ABC News — 3 February, 2007)
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The Australian of the Year scientist Tim Flannery says a new report on climate change grossly underestimates the speed at which global warming is affecting the planet The report from the United N (ABC News — 2 February, 2007)
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