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Hard choices will need to be made

On February 10, 2014 By

Ten years ago the chief scientist warned that “Hard choices need to be taken – we must either invest more in sustainable approaches to flood and coastal management […]

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Britain Battered By Storms

On January 7, 2014 By

With waves up tp 8 m pummelling the Cornwall coast and a series of low pressure systems moving across the UK, flooding has affected many places.  […]

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Typhoon Haiyan may have been the strongest tropical revolving storm ever recorded.  The big question is whether this is related to climate change.

With stronger storms […]

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During the last week two giant oarfish have washed up on the Californian shore. Measuring 18 feet and 15 feet long scientists believe that the fish where killed […]

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First venomous crustacean found

On October 23, 2013 By

Experts have found the first venomous crustacean – a centipede-like creature that lives in underwater caves. The crustacean lives deep under the sea in places including the […]

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Caribbean coral emergency

On August 3, 2013 By

A major study has revealed that 80% of Caribbean Sea coral has disappeared.   The reasons are a perfect storm of tourist development, over fishing, […]

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Now Nemo slams into N-E USA

On February 9, 2013 By

A winter storm named Nemo has caused record amounts of snow to be dropped on the North-western states of the USA.

One death has been reported and 600.000 are […]

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