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As 2015 ticks along to become the hottest year on record, the latest reports from the World Meteorological Organization are "bad news for the planet."

Future Mars will grind its largest moon into a dusty ring

Two 7.6-magnitude quakes strike Peru within five minutes

Report: Canada warming at twice the global rate

Lake Erie algae bloom grew so large, it broke the scale

Unlikely source bolsters Canada's pledge for climate action

Eco catastrophe, broken dams' toxic sludge reaches Atlantic

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By 2020, sunlight will be a hot commodity in New York City

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