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Saving Greenland could save the world
Excerpt: Ice at the End of the World
‘State Of The Climate’ Report: Continued Disruption
NOAA's global update is out today.
2014: Will It Be The Hottest Year Ever?
Last month was the warmest May in recorded history—and if El Nino gets its way in late 2014, this year could be the balmiest ever.
Scientists Find Clearest Evidence Yet Of Monumental Polar Ice Melt
A landmark study refines measurements of losses in Greenland and Antarctica and how ice melt is contributing to rising seas. Here's why that is important.
Scientists and Spies Team Up On Global Warming
In a break from their usual business of overthrowing South American governments, covering up alien landings, and broadcasting coded messages … Continued
Largest Iceberg Seen in a Century Now Floating Toward Australia
A massive iceberg twice the size of Manhattan is headed for Australia’s southwestern coast, threatening shipping lanes in the Pacific. … Continued
Study Finds Ozone Hole Repair Contributes To Global Warming, Sea Ice Melt
The 20th century's biggest environmental success may exacerbate the 21st century's biggest environmental crisis
Arctic Ice Cap Coverage Isn’t Only Shrinking, It’s Getting Thinner, Too
The thorough satellite analysis yet paints a grim picture of Arctic ice's overall melt rate by looking beyond reduced surface area
Giant Antarctic Ice Bridge Collapses
Two weeks ago, it was a 25-mile-long span of solid ice; now it's a massive flotilla of icebergs