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Large Iceberg Poised to Break Off From Antarctica

A rift across Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf has surged ahead, making the release of a large iceberg imminent.

Potential for Collapse of Key Atlantic Current Rises

A key Atlantic Ocean current could be more likely to collapse because of global warming than previously thought.

The Shum Show: Live from the Southern Ocean

Catch host Greta Shum on the deck of the N.B. Palmer.

These Are the 10 Most Important Climate Stories of 2016

From dead coral to hopeful deals, these are the stories that mattered most about climate change.

Google Earth Shows 30 Years of Climate Change

Satellites images reveal a planet in flux from melting ice to growing arrays of solar panels.

The Shum Show: Holiday Head-Scratcher

Here's a holiday puzzle for you straight from Punta Arenas, Chile.

Warming is Sending Mountain Glaciers ‘Off a Cliff’

The retreat of several mountain glaciers is “categorical evidence” of climate change, a new study finds.

Temperatures Are Soaring at the North Pole . . . Again

Climate change is cranking up the heat at the North Pole and made the current heat wave *much more* likely.

The Shum Show: Into the Southern Ocean

Greta Shum gives us all the details of her trip to the Southern Ocean!

East Antarctica is Melting From Above and Below

Warm water and air are both cutting into ice in a previously stable part of Antarctica.

How Climate Change Impacted 2015’s Extreme Weather

Climate change boosted the odds or intensity of many of 2015's extreme weather events, an annual report finds.

Scientists are Saving Climate Data; This Is Why it Matters

Scientists are archiving climate data ahead of Trump's inauguration. That data will be more important than ever.

Trump Reportedly Pivots to Zinke for Interior Post

President-elect Donald Trump plans to nominate U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont., for Interior Secretary.

The Climate Impacts of Trump’s ExxonMobil Pick for State

Trump has chosen the chief executive of one of the world's biggest polluters to oversee American diplomacy.

Despite Climate Exodus, Marshall Islanders Head Home

After many young people fled in the face of climate change impacts, some are choosing to return.

The Shum Show: A Year to Date

Greta Shum takes us on a journey through 2016 in review.

A Climate Denialist Is Leading the NASA Transition

Alarm bells about the incoming Trump administration's approach to NASA's climate research are ringing louder.

Odd Rifts in Antarctic Ice Could Mean ‘Sayonara, Glacier’

Unusual rifts in the middle of the ice shelf of Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier could herald its collapse.

Threatened Nations Aim for 100 Percent Renewables

The Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) committed to update their climate action plans submitted as part of the U.N. climate pact.

The Arctic is a Seriously Weird Place Right Now

Warm air and oceans have caused Arctic sea ice growth to hit pause. That's not normal for November.