Add 36 degrees Fahrenheit to the current temperature wherever you are for a sense of the crisis at the North Pole.
As the planet continues to warm, studies show that global wildlife numbers have fallen by 58 percent since just 1970.
Earth is already warmer than it has been in 120,000 years but in the US, climate skeptics are still taken seriously.
Alaska is the proverbial canary in the coal mine for a world experiencing rapid anthropogenic climate disruption.
Just eight months after the Paris climate talks, we are close to reaching the 1.5C upper limit of planetary warming.
As the GOP’s platform refuses to acknowledge climate disruption, people across Alaska and the world face dramatic impacts.
Dramatic signs of the impacts of human-caused climate disruption abound, even on North America’s highest peak.
Human-caused climate disruption is causing “unprecedented” melting in the Arctic, and record wildfires and temperatures.
Global temperatures keep rising as human-caused climate disruption continues to break records and shock scientists.
In this month’s climate disruption dispatch: Arctic cruises, ongoing animal extinctions, world food shortages predicted, and more.