A 4-mile-long break was recently caught on video at one of Greenland's biggest glaciers.
Weeks before Trump’s inauguration, the phrase "climate change" vanished from a CDC website.
The divide between Atlantic and Arctic isn't just geographical, it's physical. And the physics are changing.
Acting administrator Timothy Gallaudet said it was not “a final, vetted proposal.”
Critics decry the idea of changing the mission of NOAA, the U.S.'s $5.9 billion oceans and atmospheric agency.
Earth's crust is rising quickly beneath the thinning ice sheet, potentially providing a stabilizing force.
Mary Neumayr has a reputation as a pragmatist.
Antarctica lost 3 trillion tons of ice in the last 25 years — and the losses are getting faster.
Scientists describe an 'event of an unprecedented magnitude' among Africa's oldest and largest baobab trees.
The Energy Department and EPA took steps within a month similar to Murray Energy chief’s ideas to roll back what he called “anti-coal” policies.