What thawing permafrost has to do with climate change.

On the Daily Climate Show, how rising temperatures are releasing millions of tonnes of carbon in Russia's arctic.

Plus, finding fossils from 174 million years ago, and are men worse for the environment than women?

Sky's Sally Lockwood tells us the stories of the impact of climate change.

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