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Human activities made last year’s record-breaking hot summer in Australia five times more likely than it would otherwise have been, meteorologists report.
The head of the World Meteorological Organization says there is no standstill in global warming, which is on course to continue for generations to come.
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In the first decade of this century global sea level rise increased at about double the rate of the preceding hundred years, the World Meteorological Organization says.
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In a report released at the U.N. climate talks in Doha, Qatar, this week, the World Meteorological Organization said an area of Arctic ice bigger than the United States disappeared under warmer temperatures this year.
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