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The glaciers on the Tibetan plateau -- which provide freshwater for 2 billion people -- are warmer than in the past two millennia.
Glaciers worldwide are melting due to human factors, such as greenhouse-gas emissions and aerosols, a new study suggests.
The rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean is producing intense Pacific trade winds -- and a temporary hiatus in warming surface temperatures.
Waves as tall as 29 feet were recorded in an area of the Arctic Ocean that was not long ago permanently covered in ice.
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A second massive crater has appeared in a remote part of Siberia. It's uncertain yet what's caused the sinkholes, but experts have suggested global warming may play a part.
Some experts are worried about wine cork quality, which has been mysteriously in decline for almost 20 years.
This June was the hottest on record, continuing a 38-year trend.
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