Ice melt

Earth is now losing 1.2 trillion tons of ice each year. And it’s going to get worse.

Chris Mooney and Andrew Freedman
NASA

Climate change: Weakened ‘ice arches’ speed loss of Arctic floes

Jonathan Amos
Copernicus Data / Sentinel Hub

Shift to a Not-So-Frozen North Is Well Underway, Scientists Warn

Henry Fountain
Video by Trent L. Schindler/NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio

Climate change: Warmer winters linked to increased drowning risk

Matt McGrath
Getty Images

Climate change: Ice melt projections may underestimate Antarctica’s impact on sea levels

Sebastian Kettley
GETTY

How thawing permafrost could fuel climate warming

Reuters Staff

Bleak views of melting Antarctic ice, from above and below

Karin Kirk
James Yungel, NASA

2020 Arctic Sea Ice Minimum at Second Lowest on Record

Kate Ramsayer
NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio

Ice Sheet Melting Is Perfectly in Line With Our Worst-Case Scenario, Scientists Warn

Marlowe Hood
ESA/NASA/IMBIE/Planetary Visions

Growing underwater heat blob speeds demise of Arctic sea ice

Paul Voosen

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