15th November - Today's News: Study Finds UK Fruit Ripening Earlier

UK trees' fruit rippening '18 days earlier': according to a new study autumn fruit, nuts and berries is appearing earlier due to changes in our climate (this, of course, follows on from spring flowering occurring earlier as well)

Meanwhile, a scientist at the University of Kiel has said that global warming could being 50-degree days to Germany - though I'm not quite sure that's entirely been taken in context.

Round 2 of winter storm hits parts of Alaska

First winter snow falls in China

UK air pollution 'puts lives at risk'

According to the Thai PM, Bangkok floods could go into next year

In Malaysia, 28,000 personnel on standby for floods, expected this winter - as happens most years.

And Richard Black reports mixed messages on climate vulnerability

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