Blogs Arctic & Greenland

Ferocious Storm Set to Explode in North Atlantic

  • Published: Jan 25th, 2013

A weak storm is set to explode into a monster over the N. Atlantic, with hurricane force winds.

Monster Storm Lashing Outer Reaches of Alaska

  • Published: Jan 16th, 2013

A massive storm, roughly equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane, is lashing the western Aleutian Islands in Alaska.

Climate Central Leads 2012’s Climate Coverage

  • Published: Jan 2nd, 2013

Year-end numbers for media coverage of climate change show Climate Central led the pack.

Hurricane Sandy Looks More Likely to Slam Eastern U.S.

  • Published: Oct 24th, 2012

A rare combination of factors may steer Hurricane Sandy into the Northeast as early as this Saturday.

Melting Permafrost Will Boost Temps, But Not Quickly

  • Published: Oct 5th, 2012

Scientists show how melting permafrost could add to global warming, and the results aren't what you might expect.

Image of the Day: Fish Sticks! A One-Two Climate Punch

  • Published: Sep 17th, 2012

For Alaska pollock, the white fish primarily used in fish-sticks, climate change is a one-two punch.

Image of the Day: The Tongue of the Malaspina Glacier

  • Published: Sep 9th, 2012

A satellite image shows the tongue of the Malaspina glacier, the largest glacier in Alaska.

Image of the Day: Artistic Ice Waves off Greenland

  • Published: Aug 6th, 2012

During the summer melting season, the East Greenland Current swirls newly calved icebergs into stunning shapes.