14 November, 2015 – The increasing rate at which Greenland’s glaciers are melting this century has confounded polar scientists.
25 October, 2015 − Climate change poses serious problems for Arctic butterflies and long distance migratory birds as rising temperatures send out confusing signals.
18 October, 2015 – Sudden shifts in settled climates can occur long before global warming reaches the internationally-agreed safety level, European scientists say.
22 September, 2015 – If Arctic soils melt and release frozen carbon, the impact would cost almost half the world’s annual gross domestic product, researchers say.
20 September, 2015 – In just two centuries many plant species have scrambled 500 metres up the Andes in search of cooler temperatures, Danish scientists say.
10 September, 2015 – Study of a proposed hydroelectric dam in Canada sheds new light on the cause of high levels of a potent neurotoxin in Arctic marine life.
30 August, 2015 – As the giant Shell oil company begins highly controversial exploration drilling in the Arctic, the price of crude continues to slide.
4 August, 2015 – The opening up of waters north of Siberia as Arctic ice melts will cut a third off voyage distances between north-west Europe and the Far East.
2 August, 2015 – Global temperatures have risen by 1°C in 150 years: one scientist says 2°C could unleash catastrophic sea level rise this century.
20 July, 2015 – Theory exploded that polar bears can use hibernation techniques to last without food as climate change reduces summer hunting habitat.
3 July, 2015 – New evidence that increased melting of sea ice as the Earth warms could weaken the Gulf Stream and reduce temperatures in western Europe.