The Arctic Is on Fire Again, and It's Even Worse This Time
Siberian fires are releasing record amounts of carbon dioxide after months of unseasonably warm temperatures in the Arctic, even surpassing last year's blazes.
A Massive Oil Spill in the Arctic Has Turned a River Red
Russia declared a state of emergency after a power plant spilled 20,000 metric tons of oil and diesel fuel into a river in the Arctic Circle. The possible cause: melting permafrost due to climate change.
Scientists Are Stuck on an Ice-Locked Ship in the Arctic Due to Coronavirus
Organizers of the MOSAiC expedition are determining the best way to bring a relief crew to the ship without spreading the virus, which could leave roughly 100 scientists and crew on board for an extra six weeks.
Russia Is Building an Autonomous Arctic Base to Develop Futuristic Tech
The carbon-zero facility is meant to demonstrate autonomous renewable power and serve as a base for advanced research when initial construction is finished in 2022.
'We Fear for Our Children:' Alaska Natives Speak out in Climate Change Report
For the first time, NOAA's annual report on the devastating effects of climate change in the Arctic is highlighting the unsettling changes to the lives of the people who live there.