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Greenland Is Melting at Some of the Fastest Rates in 12,000 Years

The vast Greenland ice sheet is melting at some of its fastest rates in the past 12,000 years. And it could quadruple over the next 80 years if greenhouse gas…

Melting ice sheets will add over 15 inches to global sea level rise by 2100

If humans continue emitting greenhouse gases at the current pace, global sea levels could rise more than 15 inches (38 centimeters) by 2100, scientists found in a new study.  ©…

Melting Panthers in Tampa Focus Attention on Florida’s Rising Heat & Climate Crisis

U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor to Help Raise Awareness this week in Tampa as part of September Series of CLEO Institute Florida Climate Crisis Campaign Florida Panther mother and cub wax…

Mysterious Craters In Siberia Linked To Melting Permafrost

In summer 2020, the Yamal peninsula crater was formed by greenhouse gases violently erupting from … [+] the melting permafrost soil. Andrey Umnikov/The Siberian Time In June 2017, a reindeer…

The Thwaites ‘doomsday’ glacier is melting quickly in Antarctica

The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is the size of Britain. But it’s receding by about half a mile per year.  If the glacier melts entirely, it could trigger a 10-foot…

Doomsday Glacier Melting Fast, Scientists Finally Know Why

Two Antarctic glaciers are breaking free from their respective areas, increasing the threat of large-scale sea-level rise. Located along the coast of the Amundsen Sea in West Antarctica, the enormous…

Ultradeep melting rocks drive invisible quakes beneath San Andreas Fault

Along the San Andreas fault near the town of Parkfield, California, an incredibly sensitive array of seismic and GPS instruments has for years been detecting something strange: deep earthquakes that…

Melting Sculptures at Frost Museum of Science and Other Florida Locations Put State’s Climate Emergency in Spotlight

MIAMI, Sept. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Can Florida’s swiftly rising temperatures actually melt a sculpture? It turns out they can, and in less time than you might think. The…