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11 Global Warming News Articles from 2010
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8-13-10 Massive ice island breaks off Greenland
Massive ice island breaks off Greenland
A piece of ice four times the size of Manhattan island has broken away from an ice shelf in Greenland, according to scientists in the U.S.

6-17-10 Ancient climate change 'link' to CO2
Ancient climate change 'link' to CO2
A "global pattern" of change in the Earth's climate began 2.7 million years ago, say scientists.

6-1-10 True Colors
True Colors
There's a meltdown on the ice sheet - and optimism among Greenlanders.

4-16-10 The Arctic melt
The Arctic melt
Steve Chao reports from Resolute, Canada's northernmost tip, where the warmest winter on record has created fields of broken ice that stretch as far as the eye can see.

4-12-10 Esa's Cryosat mission switches on radar instrument
Esa's Cryosat mission switches on radar instrument
The radar instrument on Europe's Cryosat-2 spacecraft has been switched on and is reported to be working well.

4-7-10 Flowers bloom earlier as UK warms
Flowers bloom earlier as UK warms
British plants are flowering earlier now than at any time in the last 250 years, according to new analysis.

4-1-10 The Big Melt
The Big Melt
Glaciers in the high heart of Asia feed its greatest rivers, lifelines for two billion people. Now the ice and snow are diminishing.

4-1-10 California's Pipe Dream
California's Pipe Dream
A heroic system of dams, pumps, and canals can't stave off a water crisis.

3-29-10 Hacking the planet: who decides?
Hacking the planet: who decides?
Plans are taking shape for the day when a global coalition may have to "hack the planet" in a bid to reverse the ravages of global warming.

2-13-10 Climate data 'not well organized'
Climate data 'not well organized'
Phill Jones,the professor behind the "climategate" affair, has admitted some of his decades-old weather data was not well enough organized.

2-13-10 Q&A: Professor Phil Jones
Q&A: Professor Phil Jones
The BBC's environment analyst Roger Harrabin put questions to Professor Jones, including several gathered from climate skeptics. The questions were put to Professor Jones with the co-operation of UEA's press office.

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