Cats With Plague, Coffee in Trouble: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
Global warming could affect your coffee buzz, Antarctic ice is fast disappearing, and cats in Wyoming are catching the bubonic plague.
How Climate Change Is Affecting Glaciers Around the World
NASA satellites are offering new insights into how glaciers in Antarctica and Asia are responding to warmer temperatures.
Using Fahrenheit Can Obscure the True Severity of Climate Change
New research finds that our response to a projected temperature rise differs depending on the scale we use.
Overfishing of Krill Is Disrupting Antarctic Food Chains
Commercial fishing for the tiny crustacean has increased in recent years to supply growing demand for nutritional supplements.
The Iceberg That Just Broke Off From Antarctica, Pictured From Space on July 12th
The iceberg has a volume twice that of Lake Erie and weighs more than a trillion metric tons.
Antarctica Is About to Lose an Ice Shelf the Size of Delaware
Warming oceans and intensifying winds are combining to speed decay of coastal ice.
Protecting Island Nations Starts With Protecting the Cryosphere
At COP21, the International Cryosphere Climate Initiative makes a passionate case for immediate action to preserve the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica.