Smoke billows out of chimneys at a chemical plant in Tianjin in northern China. A new report found that the world’s output of carbon dioxide, the gases behind climate change, surged to a record in 2017. Photo: EPA-EFE

Antarctic ice loss has increased and global carbon-dioxide emissions are at record highs two years on from Paris climate agreement

Emissions from energy use rose 1.6 per cent in 2017; Antarctica is tripling the rate at which it melts

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Smoke billows out of chimneys at a chemical plant in Tianjin in northern China. A new report found that the world’s output of carbon dioxide, the gases behind climate change, surged to a record in 2017. Photo: EPA-EFE
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