This shows the change until 2004. We could use a photo of it now.
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Northwestern Glacier. With few exceptions, glaciers around the world have retreated at unprecedented rates over the last century.
Sunday will see the biggest march against climate change in the planet’s history. But as we parade through the streets of New York, it will look — and sound — different than the big mass gatherings of the past century,… Read more ›
Next Sunday’s event in New York City is already being pre-billed as “the largest climate change demonstration in history.” My hope is that anyone who can get here will help make it impressively so, if for no other reason —… Read more ›
A giant hotspot in the North Pacific Ocean may help explain why a massive ocean sunfish was spotted in Prince William Sound this month and a skipjack tuna was caught in a gillnet weeks earlier near the mouth of the… Read more ›
Watch the Movie “Disruption” Here “DISRUPTION” – a film by KELLY NYKS & JARED P. SCOTT from Watch Disruption on Vimeo.
Earth’s subterranean carbon blisters are starting to pop. Carbon inside now-melting permafrost is oozing out, leaving scientists scrambling to figure out just how much of it is ending up in the atmosphere. Whether recent findings from research that attempted to… Read more ›
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In this April 3, 2014 file photo giant machines dig for brown coal at the open-cast mining Garzweiler in front of a smoking power plant near the city of Grevenbroich in western Germany. The U.N. weather agency says carbon dioxide… Read more ›
Traditional methods for fighting global warming have proven fruitless. It’s time for the people to take a stand The politics of climate change are shifting. After decades of halfhearted government efforts to stop global warming, and the failure of the… Read more ›
Small fluctuations in the sizes of ice sheets during the last ice age were enough to trigger abrupt climate change, scientists have found. The team compared simulated model data with that retrieved from ice cores and marine sediments in a… Read more ›
Watch this time lapse video of the ice melt in the arctic.
This animation first depicts thermohaline surface flows over surface density, and illustrates the sinking of water in the dense ocean near Iceland and Greenland. The surface of the ocean then fades away and the animation pulls back to show the… Read more ›
As we head toward September, the Arctic is approaching its annual minimum sea ice extent (i.e., the total area covered by at least 15 percent of ice). While it appears 2014 will neither match nor surpass the 2012 record low,… Read more ›