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The northernmost reaches of the Earth are on fire. Here’s what this record-breaking hot summer looks like from space.
Climate change comes with a higher risk of wildfires. This summer, fires have ravaged the Arctic, and the flames can be seen from space.
Around 1 million square feet of sea ice melted in July as the globe experienced its hottest month in history
New data confirmed that July 2019 was the hottest month in history, and Arctic and Antarctic sea ice were at their lowest levels for July.
Satellite images posted online show wildfires burning through huge portions of the Arctic, including Russia, Alaska, and Greenland.
The temperature was significantly higher than average, and one scientist said it was the equivalent of New York City reaching 111 degrees.
The world’s ‘doomsday seed vault’ is built to store every crop on the planet, but the icy area that protects it is at risk
An Arctic town is home to the doomsday seed vault, which stores every seed on the planet. But rising temperatures are putting the vault at risk.
A devastating Arctic temperature rise that could submerge coastal cities and trigger species extinction is now locked in
Even if the world met its most ambitious climate change goals, winter temperatures in the Arctic will still rise 9 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050.
A Russian Tupolev Tu-22M3 bomber crash-landed in the Arctic Tuesday after a training flight. At least three of the four crew members are dead.
Stunning photos show what life is like in the closest town to the North Pole, where it’s dark 4 months of the year and you’re told to carr...
Life in Longyearbyen, despite its amenities, is unlike anywhere else on Earth.
Polar bears outnumber the 2,600 residents on Svalbard, where temperatures can drop as low as -40 Celsius.
The US Navy is thinking about sending advanced sub-hunting planes to Alaska to keep a closer eye on Russia and China
The US military's renewed focus on great-power competition has shifted attention back to the Arctic, and the Navy is making moves up there.