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Global temperatures for February showed a disturbing and unprecedented upward spike, write Steve Sherwood and Stefan Rahmstorf.

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Global warming will increase rainfall in some of the world's driest areas over land, with not only the wet getting wetter but the dry getting wetter as well – a phenomenon that could lead to more flash flooding.

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Larry Marshall may be right when he says the question of global warming has been answered. But there are many more climate questions to ask, writes Andy Pitman.

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A global temperature rise of 2°C could lead to warming extremes of up to 6°C in some land masses, new research published in Nature shows.

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Climate change is already having an impact on communities. Find out about one island's entire population that had to leave their homes forever, the ski fields that became a dust bowl – and how one researcher is tackling the problem.

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What's missing from current climate change debates is a compelling, science-based national security narrative, writes Alan Dupont.

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Eight essential stories you should read before the start of the Paris climate talks.

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On the eve of international climate change talks in Paris, UNSW magazine sits down with UNSW’s Matt England and Potsdam University’s Stefan Rahmstorf to discuss the likelihood of a legally binding global agreement, climate change denial and the importance of staying positive.

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Is climate change to blame for the recent record temperatures? Maybe, but it’s not a simple case of cause and effect, writes Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick.

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How we react to the greatest challenge of our generation is all in the mind. Ben Newell explains.

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