Climate change is cranking up the heat at the North Pole and made the current heat wave *much more* likely.
Warm water and air are both cutting into ice in a previously stable part of Antarctica.
The global warming signal in the Arctic was stronger and more pronounced during 2016 than any other year.
After a virtually unprecedented mid-November retreat, the Arctic set a record low for sea ice in November.
Alarm bells about the incoming Trump administration's approach to NASA's climate research are ringing louder.
Unusual rifts in the middle of the ice shelf of Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier could herald its collapse.
Warm air and oceans have caused Arctic sea ice growth to hit pause. That's not normal for November.
With 30 square feet of sea ice lost for every metric ton of CO2 emitted, the Arctic could be ice-free by mid-century.