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A new study uses satellite data over the Southern Hemisphere to understand global cloud composition during the industrial revolution.

Zhengzhou, China. Credit: V.T. Polywoda

The two pollutants most harmful to human health, PM2.5 and Ozone, were only slightly reduced or barely affected during the lockdown in China, according to a new study.

Stratocumulus clouds seen from the International Space Station.

Researchers have found that the latest generation of global climate models predict more warming in response to increasing carbon dioxide than their predecessors.

Image of the ice sheets in Greenland

Research by University of Leeds scientists has found that Greenland has lost 3.8 trillion tonnes of ice since 1992 – enough to push global sea levels up by 10.6 millimetres.

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During the last two decades agricultural practices and nitrogen-rich fertilisers have significantly increased the amount of nitrous oxide emissions in the atmosphere, according to a new study.