Restoring Arctic Ice Is the Key to Curbing Climate Change—So Why Are We Ignoring It?
The loss of Arctic ice could double global warming over the next few decades—even if we stop emitting fossil fuels.
Are We Headed Toward the Worst-Case Climate Change Scenario?
A series of recent studies and reports suggest that, without immediate and drastic action, the worst-case climate scenario will become the rule rather than the exception.
Letter From Qaanaaq, Greenland: The Man Who Listens for Nuclear Tests Above the Arctic
Svend Erik had not intended to spend the last 37-odd years of his life permanently in Qaanaaq, stewarding critical data through decades of changes in computing and communications technologies, but he had fallen in love.
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.