A plaque on the former glacier warns that all glaciers might be gone within 200 years.
Scientists are memorializing Iceland's first glacier lost to global warming with a poignant "letter to the future."
The "Mountain of Hell" bike race in France was marked by a massive pileup in the opening minutes.
"Elegy for the Arctic" was written just for the performance.
For the first time, emerging economies spent more on renewable energy than developed economies, according to the Renewables
And the photos are breathtaking.
Thousands of tourists gathered in Argentina for a glimpse of a rare and spectacular sight.
So much was off-limits to me because of my culture and my traditional parents. I was not allowed to have sleepovers or sleep at anyone's house. When I wanted to skateboard, I was firmly told no. That was for boys. Besides, good girls stay home to mind their business, but boys could stay out because, well, they were boys. It was their birthright.
A change of location can feed both body and mind. There is so much to see and do around the globe. The only question becomes where to begin.
Cold katabatic winds regularly race down from the high peaks above, epitomizing the weather for which South Georgia is famous. It is a definitive force and creates a veil of inaccessibility that extends to all visitors, time-lapse cameras included.
In Alaska's Kenai Fjords National Park, a 700-Square-Mile Icefield Shrinks, While a Popular Glacier Shows Big One-year Retreat
On the icefield, measurements taken this fall at four of the six monitoring sites showed a net loss of mass, with all of the past winter's snowfall melted out by the end of September.
When John Carlos Mann finally stumbled out of the woods near Bird Creek on Sunday night, he had been lost in Chugach State Park for two days and two cold nights, growing colder and more tired as he searched for someone to help him.
The Antarctic Peninsula separates the warm maritime climate of the Bellingshausen Sea to the west and the cold, dry continental climate of the Weddell Sea to the east. Thus far, we have been traveling and working along the western edge, but this morning, we crossed the tip and passed into a different world.
From Mother Nature Network's John Platt: For decades now scientists have observed rapid melting in the Quelccaya Ice Cap
With the help of ice-penetrating radar, the scientists found the trough to be more than 186 miles long, up to 15 miles across