'The phenomenon is of sufficient scale to be considered as part of the Geological Time Scale'
Changes could be weakening the ice shelf, scientists fear
'There were some centuries when the country was very hot and warm and then there were different centuries with so much rain and cold'
Declaring we now live in the ‘Anthropocene’ would reflect the impact of artificial changes to the Earth's climate, chemistry, lifeforms and even the rocks of the future
Each month is continuing to smash through records, leaving people no longer surprised – but this month is especially significant
Crabs and other coastal creatures could be affected by increased salinity
The severe weather shows what's coming – and it's going to be far, far worse
Being too close to the sun caused its oceans to evaporate, leading to a build-up of carbon dioxide that produced runaway global warming and today's temperatures of more than 460C
However report says there's 'no reason to panic' as the worse effects are not expected for about 30 years
The country managed a reduction of 39.5 per cent from 1990 to 2014
'Massive temperature hikes, but also extreme events like floodings, have become the new normal'
The heatwaves, droughts and other natural disasters expected to increase because of global warming are helping to push countries into armed conflict, particularly those already split along ethnic lines
'If you are physically active in work, the hotter it is, the slower you work'
It was bad enough when David Cameron told his officials to cut the 'green crap' but his successor just sent out a massive signal she's not remotely bothered about global warming
Campaigners called for 'urgent reassurance from the new government' that the fight against climate change and pollution will not be 'abandoned'
The UK's supply of food could be put at risk as droughts and storms devastate farmland in the UK and abroad, report warns