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August was hottest on record worldwide, says NASA

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2014 is shaping up to be an exceptionally warm year with May and June also the hottest ever

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Fire and water – how global warming is making weather more extreme and costing us money

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Droughts, wildfires, heatwaves, floods – climate research is linking more extreme weather to global warming

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Great Barrier Reef’s coral faces ravaging by expected El Niño

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Queensland scientists say research has shown rises in sea temperature for past 150 years has been linked to mass coral death

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May days’ heat sets up record El Niño

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Scientists believe that soaring global temperatures during May may have created the ideal conditions for a record-breaking El Niño weather phenomenon, Climate News Network reports

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El Niño would be a disaster for the world’s coral reefs

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Warm seas could wreck havoc across South America and Asia and devastate the Coral Triangle – Earth’s underwater Amazon

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El Niño 70% likely to arrive in summer, says US weather forecaster

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Complex interaction between atmosphere and warming oceans could unleash fierce weather events

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Roaring Forties’ shift south means more droughts for southern Australia

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Change in Southern Ocean winds helps explain why Antarctica is bucking the global warming trend

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2013 was the second-hottest year without an El Niño since before 1850

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2013 was hotter than 1998 despite the latter being warmed by a powerful El Niño event . . . → Read More: 2013 was the second-hottest year without an El Niño since before 1850

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What will happen to global warming when we get the next big El Niño?

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2013 is declared “one of the warmest on record” without a push from El Niño – a key driver of hotter years . . . → Read More: What will happen to global warming when we get the next big El Niño?

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Unchecked global warming ‘will double extreme El Niño weather events’

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Research shows world’s most devastating global weather phenomenon will occur once a decade under current emissions scenario . . . → Read More: Unchecked global warming ‘will double extreme El Niño weather events’

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