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A pirate-fighting sailor wants to lasso and tow a 125-million-ton iceberg from Antarctica to solve South Africa’s water crisis
South Africa's capital is emerging from a water crisis. One man wants to tow an Antarctic iceberg north and convert it into drinking water.
A grandmother had to be rescued when the iceberg she was posing for a picture on was swept out to sea
Judith Streng of Texas was posing for a picture on a beached iceberg in Iceland this week when a wave hit and swept her out to sea.
Antarctica is about to lose an iceberg 30 times the size of Manhattan as two cracks converge — and it could cripple a British research station
NASA is tracking two converging cracks in Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf. When they meet, an iceberg 30 times the size of Manhattan could float away.
An engineering firm wants to tow icebergs thousands of miles from Antarctica to quench the driest areas of the world — and it’s starting w...
A Dubai-based engineering firm wants to tow icebergs from Antarctica to Dubai in order to provide the city with a reserve of fresh drinking water. The firm is eyeing icebergs that are between 2,000 and 7,000 feet long, and weigh around 100 million tons.
A 300-foot-high iceberg is approaching Greenland, and this photo is the latest sign that Mother Nature has had it
A massive iceberg soaring nearly 300 feet into the air is threatening Innaarsuit, Greenland. Locals are used to seeing ice flows drifting in, but nothing this big and this close. Take a look.
A break in Antarctica's cloudy winter gave two satellites a crystal-clear view of the Delaware-size iceberg that broke off the Larsen C ice shelf.
Scientists say the Delaware-size iceberg that broke off Antarctica could have happened without global warming
There's no direct evidence that rising temperatures caused iceberg A-68 to calve. But some scientists are pushing back on claims that it was a "natural" event.
Antarctica researchers say little puddles of water can add up to an effect that can destabilize entire ice shelves.
New satellite images of iceberg A68, which calved from Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf, shows it has already broken in two.
Here's the story of the Larsen C ice shelf's iceberg A68, which scientists say has left "the landscape of the Antarctic Peninsula changed forever."