The deepest point on continental Earth has been identified in East Antarctica, under Denman Glacier. This ice-filled canyon reaches 3.5km (11,500ft) below sea level. Only in the ocean are the valleys still.
The last 10 years have shown that climate change is happening now and could get much worse. This decade, many people around the world woke up to a grim reality: Climate change is here, it’s happening and
There’s nothing like the feeling of sweet relief after walking into an air-conditioned room in the middle of a heatwave. Mountain goats, an iconic species that thrives in alpine habitats such as Montana’s
“The impacts of a changing Arctic are not confined to those who live there," researchers wrote in the 14th annual Arctic Report Card. Climate change is transforming Arctic ecosystems in unprecedented troubling
Victor Kossakovsky’s Aquarela is an absorbing and disturbing spectacle, a sensory film about the climate crisis, and it begins with what might be the soundtrack to the end of the world – a persistent crackling,
Greenland’s ice losses have septupled and are now in line with its highest sea-level scenario, scientists say
While a centimeter may not sound like much, that uptick is already affecting millions. “Around the planet, just 1 centimeter of sea-level rise brings another 6 million people into seasonal, annual floods,”