This week in climate news - 8 December 2013
The most popular articles from the past week.
A new study surveys 90 sea level rise experts, who say sea level rise this century will exceed IPCC projections. It looks like past IPCC predictions of sea level rise were too conservative; things are worse than we thought. That is the takeaway message from a new study out in Quaternary Science Reviews and from updates to the IPCC report itself. »
The Government says its energy sector reforms can save consumers money and be carbon neutral. But have they done their sums right? With your help, Karl Mathiesen investigates.Karl Mathiesen. »
Parties to separate fates of Climate Change Authority and Clean Energy Finance Corporation to test 'rationale' for abolishing them. »
The federal government has agreed to state clearly what impact its spending on climate change has on the budget as part of a debt deal with the Greens. . »
Leading scientists and economists, including Ross Garnaut, say a world on track for 4C warming will put Australia ‘under assault’Oliver Milman. »
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