A new study has found that ice loss from glaciers in Alaska has been causing an increase in both the frequency and magnitude of earthquakes over 5.0 in the region. While sea level rise, extreme weather and surface ice loss are the more apparent consequences of global warming, it’s easyread more

Doesn’t global warming mean no more winter? If so, then why is the Northern Hemisphere having such a cold one? The answer lies in part in the nature of global warming, and may in part in the effect of a decline in solar output that is not part of globalread more

Large amounts of methane have been observed escaping from the seabed off of the northeastern coast of Siberia, emanating from previously-frozen pockets of the powerful greenhouse gas, a “sleeping giant” that threatens to trigger a global warming feedback loop that exacerbates the climate-warming effects of human-produced carbon dioxide emissions. Thisread more