Summer temperatures in Canadian Arctic now higher than 50,000 years, new evidence suggests
Ice loss has been “even faster than usual” according to records from the USA’s National Snow and Ice Data Center
Glaciologists cannot say for certain whether the Earth’s north and south polar ice is melting faster as the years pass
NASA funded study finds conditions resemble those found 4-6 degrees of latitude further south just 30 years ago as region warms
Glaciers have “sped up” and contribution to sea level rise still significant but data shows we’re not on track for worst case scenario.