The Arctic sea ice is the most famous visual indicator of climate change. This year the climate deniers took the lead to explain what's going on with the Arctic sea ice.
A release of methane in the Arctic could speed the melting of sea ice and climate change with a cost to the global economy of up to $60 trillion over coming decades, according to a paper published in the journal Nature.
"In the absence of climate-change mitigation measures, the model calculates that it would increase mean global climate impacts
Global warming is thawing patches of permafrost, releasing carbon dioxide and methane — both greenhouse gases — into the
Now they’ve got one. According to Christian Berndt, of the GEOMAR/Helmholz Center for Ocean Research, he and his colleagues
Wadham emphasized that the threat remains theoretical at this point. Not only is it unclear whether Antarctica’s ice sheets