Average temperature in the first six months of 2016 was 1.3C says NASA as fears over climate change impacts continue to mount
NEWS: World Meteorological Organization tasks weather presenters to imagine reports if world fails to cut carbon emissions
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NEWS: Carbon dioxide emissions in 2013 were largest on record since 1984, says World Meteorological Organization
NEWS: UN’s World Meteorological Association now more certain that El Niño will hit by end of year
NEWS: Combination of climate change and El Niño could lead to spike in global warming, says Michel Jarraud
ANALYSIS: 2013 was a year of ‘many extreme weather events’ according to the UN – all over the world
NEWS: World Meteorological Organization says countries must become more resilient to extreme weather
Underlying trends indicate planet is steadily heating says World Meteorological Organisation chief Michel Jarraud
World Meteorological Organisation says that rising sea levels and surface ocean temperatures will cause more extreme typhoons in the future
Morning summary: Moscow refuses to attend international tribunal on Greenpeace activists; Australia will have no government minister at UN climate talks; and levels of greenhouse gases in atmosphere reach record high
WMO says 2012 a record year for greenhouse gas concentrations, and that the trend continues to accelerate
The year just past confirmed the Earth’s warming trend, which is reason for concern as it shows no sign of abating, says the World Meteorological Organisation
Droughts and floods, cold snaps and heatwaves, wildfires and record sea ice loss. 2012 was a dramatic illustration of the impacts of climate change that sent public awareness soaring.
COP18: World Meteorological Organisation data shows that 2012 is set to be amongst the top 10 hottest years on record, despite a cooling la Nina event in the first half of the year.
Latest Greenhouse Gas Bulletin from World Meteorological Organisation finds volumes of CO2 in atmosphere hit 390 ppm last year.
World Health and Meteorological Organisations collaborate to improve early warnings for climate-related health threats as a result of extreme weather and climate variability.