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Antarctica's ice losses double  Antarctica is now losing about 160 billion tonnes of ice a year to the ocean - twice as much as when the continent was last surveyed 'Nothing can stop glaciers' retreat' Map of West Antarctica Antarctica  Key glaciers in West Antarctica are in an irreversible retreat, a study team led by the US space agency (Nasa) says Australia's heatwave halts tennis Australia heat wave prompts fire alerts   South-east Australia has been hit with extreme hot weather, with temperatures of over 40C in some areas, and several bushfire warnings in pl... Searing heat, but air conditioning off at airport   Passengers are sweltering without air conditioning in parts Antonio Carlos Jobim international airport with temperatures outside hovering around... Australia saw hottest year in 2013  Temperatures were 1.2C above the long term average, the warmest since records began in 1910, the Bureau of Meteorology said in its annual re... Heatwave hits power in Buenos Aires   Public sector workers in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires have been told not to come to work on Monday in an effort to save electricity Last month was 'warmest November on record'  The world saw its warmest November on record last month, according to new data released Tuesday by U.S. observers Sahara migrants 'die of thirst'   Dozens of people traversing the Sahara desert on their way to Europe are feared to have died of thirst in Niger Arctic winter ice volume 'hits new low'  The volume of sea ice in the Arctic hit a new low this past winter, according to observations from the European Space Agency's Cryosat missi... Northeast Asia suffers under severe heat wave China issues alert for Shanghai heat Dozens treated as heat grips US west Heat wave bakes western US states  Western US states are baking under an extended heat wave, with temperatures threatening to break the all-time high recorded on Earth Couple die of thirst in Saudi desert Russia to evacuate Arctic station over melting ice Arctic melting at 'amazing' speed Arctic sea ice reaches record low Arctic ice set to hit record low Satellites reveal sudden ice melt Independence Day plans hit by power cuts and heat   Nearly one million Americans are marking Independence Day amid a scramble to restore power five days after severe storms hit the eastern US Storm-hit millions reel from US heatwave
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2014-12-03 World on course for warmest year Global
C. 2014-05-19 Antarctica's ice losses double Antarctica
D. 2014-05-12 'Nothing can stop glaciers' retreat'
E. 2014-01-15 Australia's heatwave halts tennis Melbourne
F. 2014-01-14 Australia heat wave prompts fire alerts Melbourne
G. 2014-01-03 Searing heat, but air conditioning off at airport Antonio Carlos Jobim airport, Rio de Janeiro
H. 2014-01-02 Australia saw hottest year in 2013 Australia
I. 2013-12-30 Heatwave hits power in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, Argentina
J. 2013-12-18 Last month was 'warmest November on record' Global

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World on course for warmest year  his year is in the running to be the hottest globally and for the UK since records began, early estimates show Antarctica's ice losses double 'Nothing can stop glaciers' retreat'
Dec. 3   Global
May.19   Antarctica
May.12   Antarctica



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2014
Antarctica's ice losses double
'Nothing can stop glaciers' retreat'
Arctic
2014 2014
Arctic
North America
2014 2014
North America
Europe
2014 2014
Europe
USA
2014 2014
USA
2013
Arctic winter ice volume 'hits new low'
Russia to evacuate Arctic station over melti...
Arctic winter ice volume 'hits new low'
Russia to evacuate Arctic station over melti...
Dozens treated as heat grips US west
Heat wave bakes western US states
Europe
2013 2013
Europe
Dozens treated as heat grips US west
Heat wave bakes western US states
2012
Arctic melting at 'amazing' speed
Arctic sea ice reaches record low
Arctic ice set to hit record low
Arctic melting at 'amazing' speed
Arctic sea ice reaches record low
Arctic ice set to hit record low
Independence Day plans hit by power cuts a...
Storm-hit millions reel from US heatwave
Europe
2012 2012
Europe
Independence Day plans hit by power cuts a...
Storm-hit millions reel from US heatwave
2011
Arctic ozone loss at record level
Arctic ozone loss at record level
Two European tourists die in desert
Intense heat bakes US and Canada
Deadly heat-wave spreads across US
French Alpine glaciers in retreat
Two European tourists die in desert
Intense heat bakes US and Canada
Deadly heat-wave spreads across US
2010
Arctic changes affecting climate elsewhere
Ice island breaks from Greenland
Arctic changes affecting climate elsewhere
Ice island breaks from Greenland
LA suffers heat wave power cuts
Warm temps hit some Olympic events
Case for man-made warming increased
Moscow 'hiding heatstroke cases'
Heat and smog double death rate
LA suffers heat wave power cuts
2009
Greenland ice loss 'accelerating'
Arctic ice to vanish in summer
1990s temps warmest in 2,000 years
Large ice shelf expected to break
Greenland ice loss 'accelerating'
Arctic ice to vanish in summer
1990s temps warmest in 2,000 years
North America
2009 2009
North America
Europe
2009 2009
Europe
USA
2009 2009
USA
2008
New rifts form on ice shelf
Canadian Arctic sheds ice chunk
Canadian Arctic sheds ice chunk
North America
2008 2008
North America
Europe
2008 2008
Europe
USA
2008 2008
USA
2007
Polar Regions
2007 2007
Polar Regions
Arctic
2007 2007
Arctic
U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on clima...
Deadly heat wave grips Europe
USA
2007 2007
USA
2003
Polar Regions
2003 2003
Polar Regions
Arctic
2003 2003
Arctic
North America
2003 2003
North America
10,000 dead in heat wave
Relentless heat plagues Europe
USA
2003 2003
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December 2014 ... more > Top ^
Dec. 3   Global
  his year is in the running to be the hottest globally and for the UK since records began, early estimates show


May 2014 ... more > Top ^
May.19   Antarctica
May.12   Antarctica


January 2014 ... more > Top ^
Jan.15   Melbourne
Jan.14   Melbourne
Jan.3   Rio de Janeiro
Jan.2   Australia


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.30   Argentina
Dec.18   Global
Oct.28   Niger
Sep.11   Arctic
Aug.13   Japan
Jul.30   Shanghai
Jun.29   Southern California
Jun.28   Arizona
Jun.22   Saudi Arabia
May.23   Arctic


year 2012 Top ^

Sep.7   Arctic
Aug.27   Arctic
Aug.21   Arctic
Jul.24   Arctic
Jul.4   Washington
Jul.2   Virginia
  About two million people remain without power in the eastern US following storms that have been blamed for 18 deaths since Friday


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.6   Southern France French Alpine glaciers in retreat
Oct.2   Arctic Arctic ozone loss at record level Aug.25   Southern California Two European tourists die in desert Jul.22   New York Intense heat bakes US and Canada
  A gruelling heatwave intensifies over the eastern parts of the US and Canada, with Friday expected to be the hottest day yet
Jul.21   USA Deadly heat-wave spreads across US
  A heat-wave has settled over central and eastern parts of the US, pushing temperatures as high as 37C (99F) and causing up to 22 deaths Jul.19   USA Heat-wave 'kills 13 people' across US

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.26   London Case for man-made warming increased  The Met Office Hadley Center: data from a range of indicators makes an 'overwhelming' case for long-term man-made global warming Oct.22   Arctic Arctic changes affecting climate elsewhere
Sep.28   Los Angeles LA suffers heat wave power cuts Aug.12   Moscow Moscow 'hiding heatstroke cases'  Doctors in Moscow are being told not to diagnose heatstroke as a cause of death after a jump in the mortality rate during the heatwave Aug.9   Moscow Heat and smog double death rate Aug.6   Arctic Ice island breaks from Greenland Jul.18   Global June warmest on record globally Jul.15   Russia Rash of drownings to escape heat Feb.13   Vancouver Warm temps hit some Olympic events

year 2009 Top ^

Nov.12   Arctic Greenland ice loss 'accelerating'
Oct.15   Chad Massive lake Chad could dry up   Arctic Arctic ice to vanish in summer Sep.3   Arctic 1990s temps warmest in 2,000 years  Science magazine: Arctic temperatures in the 1990s reached their warmest level of any decade in at least 2,000 years Jun.10   Global Climate change may displace 200 million Apr.3  Antarctica  Large ice shelf expected to break Jan.30  Melbourne  Australia counts heatwave deaths Jan.29   Iceland Arctic thaw raises security concerns
  NATO representatives and lawmakers will meet to discuss security challenges that are likely to arise as the Arctic Circle thaws Jan.21  Antarctica  Study: Global warming hits Antarctica

year 2008 Top ^

Nov.29  Antarctica  New rifts form on ice shelf Jul.30   Arctic Canadian Arctic sheds ice chunk
Jun.27  Arctic  North Pole could be ice-free this summer Jun.18  Arctic  Arctic sea ice melt 'even faster' Mar.26  Antarctica  Massive ice shelf on verge of breakup

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.17   UN U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate
  Climate change is 'severe and so sweeping that only urgent, global action' can head it off, a scientific panel said in a report on global warming.    Launching the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, ...
Sep.14  Arctic  Ice loss opens Northwest Passage Aug.4  European Union  European heatwaves 'have doubled' Jul.24   Hungary   Deadly heat wave grips Europe  Up to 500 people are estimated to have died across Hungary, partly due to a wave gripping central and southeast Europe

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.2  New York  Emergency in NY as city swelters Jul.23  California  California roasts in record-breaking heat Jul.21  USA  Heatwave death toll rises Jul.19  England  Lives at risk amid Europe heatwave

year 2003 Top ^

Aug.29  France  Heat toll tops 11,000 Aug.14   France   10,000 dead in heat wave
  Paris morgues are full and air conditioned tents have been set up to hold bodies
 Officials blame the high death toll on the length of the heat wave and that Parisian buildings typically lack air conditioning. In 'Plan Blanc' doctors and nurses being recalled from leave, morgue workers called out of retirement, and further 1,000 hospital beds being made available
Aug.12   Paris Paris heat wave 'kills 100' Aug.11  France  Death warnings as Paris swelters Aug.10  European Union  Records tumble as Europe swelters Aug.9  European Union  Animals fall victim to heat wave Aug.7   European Union   Relentless heat plagues Europe  Rivers and ponds were drying up, while wildfires blazed as deadly heat wave forecast to last until September