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Prof Stefan Rahmstorf and Prof Matthew England discuss climate science and the coming Paris meeting. Transcript: Stefan Rahmstorf and Matt England - Climate science and Paris COP21

Prof Stefan Rahmstorf and Prof Matthew England discuss climate science and the coming Paris meeting. 

As we head into what is likely to be a hot summer, Prof Michael Roderick explains how droughts work. El Niño is here and that means droughts, but they don't work how you may think

As we head into what is likely to be a hot summer, Prof Michael Roderick explains how droughts work.

New research has shown that those people living in urban areas are likely to be more exposed to heat stress during the night than those living in rural areas. Hot nights in the city

New research has shown that those people living in urban areas are likely to be more exposed to heat stress during the night than those living in rural areas.

Research indicates that strong El Niños and La Niñas will become more frequent. 2015-2016 is shaping up to deliver a rollercoaster from strong El Niño to La Niña

Research indicates that strong El Niños and La Niñas will become more frequent. 

The recent slow down in the rise of global average temperatures will make little difference to how much the planet will warm by the year 2100. The heat is still on, despite warming slowdown

The recent slow down in the rise of global average temperatures will make little difference to how much the planet will warm by the year 2100.

Maurice Newman, business advisor to the Prime Minister, claims 95% of climate models are wrong. Is this true? Factcheck: Are 95% of models linking CO2 emissions and global warming in error

Maurice Newman, business advisor to the Prime Minister, claims 95% of climate models are wrong. Is this true?

As the climate continues to warm we would expect the likelihood of very warm years in central England to increase. England set to swelter through a rash of record hot years

A new study shows as the climate continues to warm we would expect the likelihood of very warm years in central England to increase.

It’s been called the “storm of the century” but how often do storms such as this really happen? Explainer: was the Sydney storm ‘once-in-a-century’?

It’s been called the “storm of the century” but how often do storms such as this really happen?

New research shows the hiatus in global average temperatures is just a blip on the radar compared to the long-term warming we have in store. The climate ‘hiatus’ doesn’t take the heat off global warming

New research shows the hiatus in global average temperatures is just a blip on the radar compared to the long-term warming we have in store.

Researchers using the UK Met Office's Unified Model for atmospheric research are now able to make use of the Met Office's new Science Repository Service. New Met Office Science Repository Service

Researchers using the UK Met Office's Unified Model for atmospheric research are now able to make use of the Met Office's new Science Repository Service

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