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Either he stands with sceptics in his own party, or sides with the the scientific community

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Sir Bernard Ingham accused campaigners of hypocrisy

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Uncertainty in climate change report should not be taken as a reason for political inaction

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Extreme heatwaves are predicted as the new normal for British summers by 2040

Report calls for dramatic curbs in greenhouse gas emissions and warns of threat to human society

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A runaway greenhouse Armageddon in which the oceans boil dry could theoretically happen on Earth, researchers claim. The good news is that human activity on its own will probably not be enough to trigger such an end-of-the-world scenario in the near future

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Calculations from Canadian and US scientists show runaway greenhouse effect is realistic possibility

Methane gas can dramatically change the global climate

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