Up to a trillion tons of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, may be locked away in the decaying ocean floor of a vast Arctic continental shelf.
Permafrost thawing in Siberia is revealing tusks from woolly mammoths that have been dead for 4,000 years, which some Russians are now making a living from.
“It is a pure stroke of luck” that none of the explosions and their giant craters have "caused loss of life or infrastructure damage,” said one scientist.
The tiny multicellular microbes sprang back to life and produced offspring after 24,000 years.
The massive telescope made of glass orbs will detect "ghost" particles that hold the key to many of the universe's mysteries.
The Laptev Sea in Siberia is normally an "ice factory," but hasn't frozen yet in October for the first time on record—a dire warning of the effects of climate change.
Mysterious craters have been popping up in the Arctic tundra in recent years, and the latest example is 50 meters deep.
A heat wave brought tropical temperatures and fires to Arctic Siberia last month. Now, it’s causing sea ice to crater.
Siberian fires are releasing record amounts of carbon dioxide after months of unseasonably warm temperatures in the Arctic, even surpassing last year's blazes.
Residents of Kiselyovsk, the heart of Russia's coal-mining industry, are asking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to accept them as environmental refugees. But they don't stand a chance.
A state of emergency has been declared in the city of Achinsk