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Government warned to cancel flood specialists job cuts as storms continue to batter UK

More than 1,600 posts are due to go at the Environment Agency by October

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Huge waves pound Eyemouth harbour in Scotland during the storm surge

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Ministers accused of hugely underestimating number of households rendered uninsurable by repeated flooding

Downing Street deny energy U-turn after claims Cameron wants to 'get rid of all the green crap'

Number 10 say they 'do not recognise' phrase attributed to David Cameron 

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Critics like to cite research showing the rise in the world’s average surface temperatures has slowed down since 1998. But is it true?

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Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary says 'ban burkas' in UK

The controversial airline boss claims the country is 'leaning over far too much' for 'minority religions'

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John Howard: Global warming cause is adopted as a 'substitute religion'

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Top scientist Sir Mark Walport urges climate change deniers to give in

Environment Secretary Owen Paterson played down the dangers of global warming recently

Professor Kevin Anderson, University of Manchester: 'Such a market-based approach is doomed to failure and is a dangerous distraction'

Plan to use financial markets to halt climate change is ‘doomed’

A leading scientist has dismissed the United Nations’ call for governments to use the world’s financial markets as the central weapon against climate change as being “doomed to failure and a dangerous distraction”.

Visitors witness a huge chunk falling from Monaco Glacier, Spitsbergen, Norway in Jul 2013

IPCC report: The financial markets are the only hope in the race to stop global warming

The chairman of the IPCC warns that the only way to reduce large-scale fossil-fuel use is to 'price' carbon emissions

What is climate change? How the Met Office sums it up

How can you sum up what climate change is? Below is a Met Office graphic summarising the difference between weather and climate, what drives climate and how our climate is changing.

Wrangling over the final wording of the latest landmark UN report on climate change has been so intense that last-minute discussions in Stockholm are set to run to the wire.

IPCC: Intense debate over wording of landmark UN climate change report set to run to the wire

Governments around the world are exercising extreme caution ahead of tomorrow's publication

Lord Stern has been encouraged by the actions many countries are starting to take against climate change

So bad it will be good! Global warming report will scare countries to action, says UN review head

Lord Stern encouraged by signs that China and US finally intend to reduce emissions

Climate change could cause crop yields of maize and wheat to fall between 10 and 20 per cent by 2050, Oxfam said

Aid groups warn of growing hunger and disease as planet warms

The potentially devastating effects of climate change on future generations are revealed today by two British aid groups, before a crucial UN report due out this week.

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