Arctic Sea Ice Is Struggling to Reform in Record-Hot Temperatures
2016 is not very chill.
A Melting Antarctica Could Push Sea Levels to Rise More than 3 Feet by 2100
A new study suggests that sea-level rise could happen faster than predicted.
Here's Why Polar Bears' Summer Just Got a Bit Worse
The National Snow and Ice Data Center says there was 35,000 square miles less sea ice in the Arctic last month than any January on record — and that's one step closer to an ice-free summer at the North Pole.
Watch a Piece of Ice Larger Than Two Empire State Buildings Break Off a Glacier in Greenland
The Jakobshavn glacier, believed to have produced the iceberg that sunk the Titanic, releases more ice into the ocean than any other glacier in the Northern Hemisphere.
The Extent of Winter Sea Ice in the Arctic Hit a Record Low This Year
Less Arctic ice means more dark, open-ocean water that absorbs additional heat, melting yet more ice, and so on in what is a quintessential climate change feedback loop.