Today in the city Greenland 18.06.2018
Antarctica is melting faster than anyone thought, and we're not ready for the sea level rise that's coming

Ice melting rates in Antarctica tripled between 2012 and 2017, according to a study published in the journal Nature. The biggest increase has been ice melt in West Antarctica, where glaciers and ice s...


Climate Update: Record temperatures in May

May temperatures were above average across most of the globe, with only a few major exceptions including Greenland and northern Canada. Sea ice cover in both the Arctic and the Antarctic was much be...


'Melting Away' —  Climate change and Greenland's Inuits

Over the past five years, photographer Ciril Jazbec has documented the changing lives of the Inuit people in Greenland, the world’s largest island, which is covered by the world’s largest and fastest-...


Icebergs lure tourists to tiny Newfoundland town

Fishermen in Newfoundland are turning their sights to a new bumper crop of icebergs that are drifting south from Greenland and luring boatloads of tourists.


The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere just hit its highest level in 800,000 years, and scientists predict deadly consequences

The average concentration of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere topped 411 parts per million in May. In April — the previous month — the concentration hit 410 ppm for the first time in recorded hist...


Small-ship experiences may be long on luxury, never mind unusual destinations

Small is big this year in the world of cruising. Or to be more precise, small and luxe. Imagine sailing the chilly seas of Greenland, then stepping aboard one of your yacht's two helicopters for a qui...


The race to save Arctic cities

In Russia, buildings are sagging and crumbling. In Greenland, a wildfire broke out last year. And in Alaska, entire villages may be relocated because the land upon which they're built is no longer tru...



Enviros: Pact With Greenland, Faroe Islands Will Save Salmon

A pair of conservation groups says it has stuck a deal with commercial fishermen in Greenland and the Faroe Islands to protect thousands of vulnerable Atlantic salmon.


A time-line of World War II

18/9/1931: The Japanese army provokes an incident (at Mukden) and invades Manchuria without consulting with the Wakatsuki government 10/5/1933: Students of the University of Berlin burn thousands of b...


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