#Ice melt

  • Article: Antarctica Reaches Highest Temperature Ever Recorded

    Antarctica Reaches Highest Temperature Ever Recorded

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 14, 2020

    The region is rapidly becoming inhospitable to various species. Read more

  • Article: Warm Ocean Water Is Melting Greenland’s Ice From Below

    Warm Ocean Water Is Melting Greenland’s Ice From Below

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Feb. 5, 2020

    Massive “ice tongues” are to blame. Read more

  • Article: One of Antarctica's Biggest Areas For Emperor Penguins Is Frighteningly Empty

    One of Antarctica's Biggest Areas For Emperor Penguins Is Frighteningly Empty

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|April 25, 2019

    An ice-free Antarctica would also be a penguin-free Antarctica. Read more

  • Article: Greenland Is Melting Twice as Fast as It Was 10 Years Ago

    Greenland Is Melting Twice as Fast as It Was 10 Years Ago

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|April 23, 2019

    Greenland has already lost 4,976 gigatons of water. Read more

  • Article: Greenland's Rapidly Melting Ice Threatens People Living in Poverty the Most

    Greenland's Rapidly Melting Ice Threatens People Living in Poverty the Most

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Jan. 22, 2019

    “It has the power to destroy everything it runs through.” Read more

  • Article: Sperm Whales Pop Up in the Arctic in Startling Sign of Climate Change

    Sperm Whales Pop Up in the Arctic in Startling Sign of Climate Change

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Nov. 6, 2018

    Warm waters are disrupting animal habits around the world. Read more

  • Article: Climate Change Is Turning the Arctic Ocean Into the Atlantic

    Climate Change Is Turning the Arctic Ocean Into the Atlantic

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|June 29, 2018

    This is just the latest example the Arctic’s abrupt evolution. Read more

  • Article: Antarctica Is Losing 200 Billion Tons of Ice Every Year

    Antarctica Is Losing 200 Billion Tons of Ice Every Year

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|June 14, 2018

    If the entire continent melted, sea levels would rise by 190 feet. Read more