‘Doomsday’ Antarctic Glacier Is Holding On ‘By Its Fingernails,’ Scientists Say
Thwaites Glacier has experienced recent periods of rapid retreat, a new study reveals.
Video Shows Surging Water From a Melting Glacier Destroying a Landmark Bridge
Global warming is a stark reality for communities close to Pakistan’s melting glaciers. It has 7,253 glaciers – the highest outside the polar regions.
First 'Atlas' of World Glaciers Reveals Dire Warning for Water-Scarce Future
Earth's glaciers contain less water than we thought, and that's not good news, scientists say.
Lost Ice Age Landscapes Buried Under the Seafloor Have Been Mapped by Scientists
Ancient meltwater channels entombed under the North Sea could help scientists understand modern climate change.
Scientists Extracted DNA From ‘Blood Snow’ in the Alps. Here’s What They Found.
Scientists analyzed “blood snow” DNA to better understand alpine microalgae's complex interactions with climate change.
The Himalayas Are Melting Faster Than Ever. A Proposal by The Indian Gov’t May Accelerate the Pace.
Proposed industrial projects – across 12 states that span the Himalayan mountain range – threaten immense ecological damage and loss of livelihood.
Good Day. It's 69 Degrees in the Antarctic.
“We have never seen anything like this.”
America's Iconic Mountain Goats Are Being Threatened by Melting Ice and Snow
Climate change is driving the loss of ice that the mountain goats of Glacier National Park in Montana depend on to stay cool.
The Himalayas Are Simultaneously Burning and Flooding: What Are We Even Doing?
The melting of the world’s highest mountains will alter water supplies for a quarter of the planet’s people, with catastrophic consequences.
At Least One in Six World Heritage Glaciers Will Be Gone by 2100
In worst case scenarios, nearly half of these protected glaciers would disappear by the end of the century.
Melting Glaciers Could Unleash Nuclear Fallout Trapped Within the Ice
An international research project found that high concentrations of radioactive material in glaciers around the world could be exposed due to climate change.
Climate Change Could Expose Tons of Human Poop Left on Alaskan Glacier
Climbers have abandoned roughly 66 tons of feces on Mount Denali, and it’s just waiting to reemerge.