2 November, 2016 – The effects of Arctic climate change on the jet stream could mean harsher winters for some of the most highly populated regions of the world.
Several species are struggling to adapt to the increasingly early advent of spring, and some are finding it beyond them.
Latest studies show the Arctic is at its warmest for 40,000 years and the melt season is being extended
The Antarctic ice sheet continues to grow slightly, while Arctic sea ice is still melting fast. Scientists think climate change can explain both phenomena.
The forensic search for the mysterious agent that almost melted Greenland goes on
EMBARGOED until 2301 on Friday 7 June There’s strong evidence that with rising temperatures and reductions in ice cover, the Arctic is seeing a spike in the rate of various diseases. LONDON, 7 June – A cow grazing on the lush pasturelands of Cornwall in southwest England and a seal swimming in the ice cold waters of the Arctic might not appear to have much in common. The link between the two is tuberculosis, with a strain of the disease threatening cattle populations in Britain and elsewhere now showing up among seals in the high Arctic. Dr Claire Heffernan, a…