The Arctic is in a death spiral. How much longer will it exist?

The region is unravelling faster than anyone could once have predicted.

But there may still be time to act The great thaw: global heating upends life on Arctic permafrost – photo essay.

At the end of July, 40% of the 4,000-year-old Milne Ice Shelf, located on the north-western edge of Ellesmere Island, calved into the sea.

Canada’s last fully intact ice shelf was no more.On the other side of the island, the most northerly in Canada, the St Patrick’s Bay ice caps completely disappeared. Read More

Gloria Dickie

I am a Content Manager for Climate Change Aware, selecting and approving new articles, contributors and downloads and running fact-checks on new content. Before joining CCA, I was an environmental engineer.

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