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Massive Rogue Iceberg Threatens Greenland Community
The village of Innaarsuit fears a devastating tsunami if the mountain of ice plunges into the sea.
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At Ground Zero For Climate Change, People Think Donald Trump’s Denial Is Insane
Alexander C. Kaufman
In Greenland, where a warming planet poses a particular menace for its massive ice sheet, residents are aghast at the cavalier attitude of the U.S. leader.
Small Changes In Temperature Matter — Probably More Than You Think
Freelancer with a focus on the intersection of science and pol...
A recent episode of the Sam Harris podcast featured Joe Romm of ThinkProgress. Overall it was an excellent episode that over
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Chief Medical Officer, New York State Office of Mental Health
Reporting by Lloyd I. Sederer, MD Some time ago, dear and generous friends invited my wife and me for a 3-day weekend trip
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Here Are Some Of The Most Awesome Signs From The March For Science
These would be hilarious if they weren't so real.
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Greenland's Coastal Ice Caps Have Melted Past The Point Of No Return
Coastal ice has passed a critical "tipping point," a new study shows. And it doesn't bode well for the rest of the island's ice.
Jaime Lannister Doesn't Want Us To Look Back And Realize We're 'F**ked'
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says climate change is coming, er, already here.
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Greenland's Vast Ice Sheet Is Way Less Stable Than We Thought, And That's Bad News For The World
Two new studies reveal just how dynamic — and potentially vulnerable to climate change — it actually is.
Random Sunsets Around the World - Part 4, Arctic and Antarctic regions - Sinking Low on the Looney Front
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Why Greenland should be the next solo adventure on your travel list
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I can say now it was so very worth it. Ilulissat is a place to ponder on rocks overlooking icebergs, hike alone through incredible
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Cruise Ships And Icebergs Should Not Mix; The Arctic Is Not Ice-Free
Peter V. Emerson
Associate-Public Policy, Division on Addiction, Cambridge Heal...
Fortunately, a few days ago, the cruise ship,
, docked safely in New York having passed through the Northwest Passage, the first ever by a traditional cruise ship without an ice-strengthened hull.
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Polar Politics: The Competition to Control the Arctic Heats Up
Joseph V Micallef
Best Selling Military History and World Affairs Author and Key...
Moreover, of the four million people that inhabit the region surrounding the Arctic Ocean, between the North Pole and the
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Oldest Fossils On Earth Discovered, Raising Chances Of Alien Life
By Alister Doyle, Reuters
The discovery of the 3.7 billion-year-old fossil pushes back earliest life on Earth by 220 million years, raising chances that Mars once had life, when both planets were similar.
Brand Damage From Brexit
President Kalb & Associates and Assistant Professor of Clinica...
Repairing a damaged brand Not all doom and gloom Of course, any time an economy takes a punch, there are gains as well as
Algae Blooms Are Contributing To Greenland's Staggering Ice Loss
By Hannah Hoag, Arctic Deeply
Rising temperatures can’t fully explain the ongoing melting of the Greenland ice sheet. A new project looks at how microorganisms
'Green News Report' - August 9, 2016
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio’s nationally syndicated ‘Green News Report’
The Green News Report is also available via... Got comments, tips, love letters, hate mail? Drop us a line at GreenNews@BradBlog.com
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Climate Change Could Release Cold War-Era Radioactive Waste In Greenland
Fuel and radioactive coolant was left at Camp Century, built in 1959 as part of U.S. research into the potential for nuclear missile launch sites in the Arctic
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