Today in climate change (22 July 2016)

Please find links below to some aspects of climate change and extreme weather that were in the news today…

Solar energy will be mainstream by 2020, says new report

Antarctica: One of last century’s fastest warming places is temporarily cooling, scientists find

Study: Antarctica has a ‘pause’ in warming – may be linked to ozone hole stabilization

Blinded by the Heat

Trying to Save an Endangered Islands’ Cultural Heritage

The climate that most of us grew up with is gone for good

The global insurance industry is failing to rise to the challenge of climate change

Historical Records Miss a Fifth of Global Warming: NASA

The bedrock beneath Antarctica

The Enduring Climate Legacy of Mauna Loa

Through the first half of July, Arctic sea ice extent continued tracking close to levels in 2012

Greenland’s melt, what does it mean for future atmospheric methane?

What science can tell us about the links between global warming and massive heat waves


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