Blogs Arctic & Greenland
Alexander Semenov, marine biologist and photographer, is documenting the bizarre life forms that live in Arctic waters.
"Drunken forests" such as this one in Alaska, can be found where large-scale thawing of ground ice has occurred.
For the first time in recorded history, the concentration of CO2 has nipped above 400ppm in at least one part of the world.
Warmer temperatures are prompting red foxes to move and stay further north, thus endangering the Arctic fox.
A new video from NASA demonstrates the waxing and waning of sea ice over the North & South Poles.
The likely increase in sea level by 2100 now stands at 3 feet, with worst-case scenarios going as high as 6 feet.
"Come see the ice caps before they melt" is a grim reminder of climate change, but it's helped Greenland's tourism.
Global warming-related Arctic sea ice loss may be contributing to snowier winters in parts of the Northern Hemisphere.