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NASA CO2 map reveals impact of forest clearance

BLOG: Springtime burning of savannah and forest in the southern hemisphere shows up in latest satellite images

Blog, Learning
It's time countries took climate-linked migration seriously

COMMENT: Climate negotiations must take increased human mobility into account, argues the head of the International Organization for Migration

Comment & Analysis
Arctic warming "twice as fast" as anywhere else on Earth

NEWS: Sea ice levels showing signs of recovery, but rising temperatures spell radical change for polar region

Nature
Is the UN's climate change body still fit for purpose?

COMMENT: It’s time for global climate negotiations to deliver results, argues Saleemul Huq, reflecting on the recent Lima set of talks

Comment & Analysis
Washington state carbon market plan to raise $1bn a year

NEWS: Governor Jay Inslee hopes to launch emissions trading system in 2016, says it is “the smart thing to do”

Business
Rise in weather extremes linked to climate change, say scientists

NEWS: Lethal heat waves, ice storms and big freezes could become regular events if greenhouse gas emissions are not controlled

Learning
Seven radical ideas for a 2015 climate change deal

ANALYSIS: Tax oil, wipe out emissions by 2050, divide up a carbon budget: how high could the Paris climate agreement aim?

Policy
Tropical deforestation could cause 0.7C temperature rise

NEWS: Rainforests are the “sweat glands” of the world and losses could wreak havoc with farming, researchers warn

Nature
From Kalimantan to Lima: Where do women stand in climate?

ANALYSIS: Female representation in UN climate talks is increasing; on the ground, women are still marginalised

Comment & Analysis
EU decides to ratify Kyoto Protocol extension

NEWS: Move by Brussels offers some integrity to beleaguered treaty, one year before UN hopes to agree global climate deal

Policy
Beijing reveals bottom-up approach to national carbon market

NEWS: Chinese central government will set regional caps on emissions and leave distribution of permits to provincial authorities

Business
People power central to solving Latin America's air pollution crisis

COMMENT: Citizen-led initiatives in the developing world have the potential to transform cities for the good

Comment & Analysis
2014 likely to be Europe's warmest since 1500s

NEWS: Calls for climate compensation from top polluters likely to grow as odds on warming years plummet

Learning
Beaver resurgence ups climate warming methane emissions

NEWS: Since the decline of fur trapping, beaver populations have exploded, increasing methane generation from dammed ponds

Nature
Greenpeace promises to make amends for Nazca Lines stunt

NEWS: The Peruvian government is seeking to extradite activists who damaged world heritage site, on charges that carry 6-year jail sentence

Nature
Australia will respond to climate pressure - David Cameron

NEWS: UK prime minister calls on Canberra to step up and make a greater contribution to cutting climate-warming emissions

Policy