NEWS: Global sea level rise figures may have to be revised upwards say scientists, as pace of melt increases
Sceptics may laugh at the irony of climate scientists getting stuck in ice, but it still doesn’t disprove climate change
Thursday’s top 5: Fossil fuels cause 69% of Beijing haze, Chinese helicopter reaches Antarctic ship, and North Dakota train fire fuels Keystone debate
Rate of ice loss from West Antarctic has accelerated sharply, European scientists say, causing global sea levels to rise by 15% more than previously thought
Morning summary: Muslim cemeteries and Buddhist temples responsible for greenhouse gases; global emissions show signs of ‘permanent slowdown’; and talks to create Antarctic marine reserves break down
Glaciologists cannot say for certain whether the Earth’s north and south polar ice is melting faster as the years pass
They may be small and live in some of the most inaccessible regions on the planet, but Antarctic clams could be key to understanding how ocean life adapts to climate change
Antarctic Ice is melting during the summer faster than at any time in the last thousand years scientists say
Dutch scientists report melting Antarctic ice shelves are insulating offshore sea ice from the warming ocean
Region warming faster than the rest of the continent as meltwater speeds glacier advance and encourage iceberg break up
Scientists believe the ozone hole is threatening the Antarctic ocean’s ability to absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide
Sea ice levels in the North and South Poles have dominated the climate change debate this summer – these animations demonstrate why.
While Arctic sea ice cover plummeted this summer, many suggest this was balanced by gains in ice cover at the Antarctic. So who’s right?
Today’s top stories: Research finds 70% of Arctic ice loss is due to man-made climate change and OECD report says nuclear expansion to continue in Asia
This week’s photo of the week focuses on the risks of climate change to the survival of the seal.
Positive action on desertification, climate change migration and sustainable biofuels, it’s been a busy week for climate change. Here’s what the team at RTCC has learnt this week.