Scientists have warned of a dramatic fall in insect numbers, with rising temperatures said to be part of the reason for their decline. What percentage of insect species have researchers said could die...

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On Feb 15, 2019
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Scientists have warned of a dramatic fall in insect numbers, with rising temperatures said to be part of the reason for their decline. What percentage of insect species have researchers said could die out?

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Experts have said the years ahead could be the hottest the world has ever seen, leading to more extreme weather events. How long is this global heatwave expected to last?

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Sir David Attenborough told members of the UN that climate change is "humanity's greatest threat in a thousand years". What was the name of the conference where he issued the warning?

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Professor Corinne Le Quere, director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, has said a rise in global carbon emissions is mainly due to what?

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A Swedish schoolgirl held a month-long solo protest over climate change outside her country's parliament building. What is her name?

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Donald Trump was criticised by the international community when he pulled the US out of a climate change accord in 2017. Which European city gives the agreement its name?

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Which country signed the agreement later in 2017, leaving the US the only country in the world to refuse the climate change deal?

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Greenland is melting faster than previously believed, how much more quickly is its ice retracting compared to 2003?

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Which US musician reportedly claimed "climate change is fraud"? 

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School children across the world will take part in a strike today to protest against a lack of action on climate change. Up to how many children are expected to take part?  

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