Berkeley Earth Project 'confirms' global warming

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Independent study echoes previous studies in finding the world's average land temperature has risen 1˚C since the 1950s

It's official: the world is getting warmer. The independent Berkeley Earth Project has concluded average global land temperature has risen by around 1˚C since the mid-1950s after assessing around a billion...

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