Melting Sea Ice in the Arctic (2013)

Five Myths About Arctic Sea Ice Changes in Arctic sea ice coverage are happening at unprecedented rates, with 2012 setting a new record low

Conflicts fuel Caucasus climate fears

The melting snows of Mount Ararat are a stark warning of growing problems in a fragile region so fragmented by conflict that unified efforts to

Cryosat reveals major loss of Arctic sea ice 13 February 2013: An international team of scientists using new measurements from ESA’s ice mission has discovered that the volume of Arctic sea ice

The “Sleeping Giant” in Arctic Permafrost

Arctic permafrost soils contain more accumulated carbon than all the human fossil-fuel emissions since 1850 combined. Warming Arctic permafrost, poised to release its own gases into