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article 09 April 2014 UK
Butterfly on a flower
Liam Dutton by Warm summer gives butterflies boost

Butterflies saw their fortunes improve in summer 2013, following their worst year on record in 2012. However, numbers were still below normal, according to the UK butterfly monitoring scheme.

video 03 April 2014 UK

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London under smog: a high-speed, aerial view - video

Fly around London at high-speed to see how the UK capital is smothered under a blanket of smog - video

article 03 April 2014 UK
London in the smog
Smog causes surge in 999 calls

Record levels of air pollution have caused a surge in 999 calls, the London Ambulance Service says, with people reporting breathing difficulties, asthma and heart problems.

article 02 April 2014 UK
Cloud Data
Liam Dutton by Seeing the future: Met Office unveils new winter forecasts

A new long-range forecasting system, unveiled today by the Met Office, has shown an advance in the accuracy of predicting weather for European and North American winters.

article 31 March 2014 UK
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UK floods: Somerset dredging starts

Dredging begins on the Somerset Levels, where thousands of acres of land were submerged during storms and heavy rain.

video 31 March 2014 UK

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Aerial footage: dredging on Somerset Levels - video

Dredging begins on the flood-hit Somerset Levels. Homes, businesses and farms were left devastated when thousands of acres of land were submerged during relentless storms and rain.

article 31 March 2014 UK
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'We live in an era of man-made climate change' - IPCC

Much of the world remains unprepared for the mounting threats of the changing climate, a major international report warns.

article 25 March 2014 UK
Sunny Field
Liam Dutton by UK's future climate to deliver hotter summers

A Met Office study released today says that temperatures experienced during the record-breaking European heat wave of 2003 are likely to be commonplace by the 2040s.

article 07 March 2014 World
Winter Infographic
Liam Dutton by Record-breaking winter of 2013/14 - infographic

Winter 2013/14 was exceptionally stormy across the UK, with at least 12 major winter storms battering the country. Heavy rain and flooding were prevalent, causing many records to be broken.