While most of the world experiences only four seasons annually, we here in the Northland encounter a strange phenomenon every year at this time: a fifth season, caught on the boundary between winter and spring. We in the Northland affectionately call it "Mud Season," as the following ...
Recent studies have revealed that over a TRILLION tons - that is 1000X a BILLION - of greenhouse methane, alongside carbon dioxide, could be released into the atmosphere as a result, with potentially devastating consequences.
Humanity is on the edge of one of the most pivotal moments in environmental history - loss of sea ice will cause raising global temperatures - impacting on human ability to grow food as extreme weather becomes more commonplace around the world.
The ice is quite clearly thinning considerably around the edges, altering the overall ice mass of Greenland as warming ocean waters eat away at the ice
In 2011, the global population is estimated at between 20,000 to 25,000 Polar Bears, divided into 19 sub-populations, eight of which are thought to be declining, concern now being expressed that species' survival is now threatened by climate change temperature rises.
Polar Bears are not necessarily a doomed species, because most scientists believe that enough ice will remain around the north-west of Greenland and the north-east of Canada to support a reasonable population.
This takes a look at how a person feels when faced with having to struggle to get his or her lover to any kind of emotion. I further looks into what the reaction is and how the person deals with such a dilemma.
Many are possibly unaware that ice in the Arctic region has a vital role to play in regulating the climate of the planet.
Over the past 70 years, research has revealed that species of plankton, normally only found in the Pacific have now become common in the Atlantic, moving through an Arctic sea-ice passage that has opened up.
This radical re-appraisal of Asian ice melting came about via data from two new satellites called Grace, measuring tiny changes in the Earth's gravitational pull, which weakens when ice is lost
Greenland, the world’s largest island, is about 81% ice-capped. Sea level rise is caused by the melting ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica, as suggested by global warming alarmists.