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'The Changes Are Really Accelerating': Alaska at Record Warm While Greenland Sees Major Ice Melt

"The numbers needing relocation will grow, the costs are going up, and people's lives and cultural practices will be impacted."

Eoin Higgins, staff writer ·

'We Are Not Moving Fast Enough': Study Shows Cost of Melting Permafrost Could Total $70 Trillion

"The most important thing to remember about our study is the greater the warming, the stronger the feedbacks and the higher the costs to society."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·

Glaciers and Arctic Ice Are Vanishing. Time to Get Radical Before It's Too Late

No one should be annoyed when schoolkids start leaving class en masse or surprised that Green New Deal advocates call for dramatic overhaul of American society. We should be grateful.

Bill McKibben ·

Researchers Warn Arctic Has Entered 'Unprecedented State' That Threatens Global Climate Stability

"Never have so many Arctic indicators been brought together in a single paper." And the findings spell trouble for the entire planet.

Jon Queally, staff writer ·

‘We’re Only Getting Started on our Climate Campaign’

Extinction Rebellion (XR) is a environmental direct action network that has been actively engaging in civil disobedience since October 2018

Mark Matthews ·

Climate Crisis: Now Will the Older Generation Step Up?

To many who have worked on this for years, it is continually baffling that climate change is not seen as an emergency. To the young, it is a complete and utter disgrace

Andy Rowell ·

Think We Should Be at School? Today’s Climate Strike Is the Biggest Lesson of All

We are among the young people striking against climate change in every corner of the globe—adults should join us too

Greta Thunberg ·

UN Report Warns 'Locked In' Arctic Temperature Spikes Will Unleash Global Sea Level Rise

"We have the science; now more urgent climate action is needed to steer away from tipping points that could be even worse for our planet than we first thought."

Jessica Corbett, staff writer ·