Arctic Arts Project- Press & Media Coverage

532 Gigatonnes Ice Loss in Greenland

Climate change: ‘Unprecedented’ ice loss as Greenland breaks record. By Matt McGrath  BBC News Environment correspondent Scientists say the loss of ice in Greenland lurched forward again last year, breaking the previous record by 15%. A new analysis says that the scale of the melt was “unprecedented” in records dating back to 1948. High pressure systems that became 

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Feverish Arctic- The 2020 Heatwave

Feverish Arctic- A historic heat wave is occurring in the Arctic, already the fastest-warming place on Earth due to the increasing accumulation of greenhouse gases. Dr. Merritt Turetsky, director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado Boulder, has studied the Arctic for decades. She joins William Brangham to discuss 

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Joshua Holko- Arctic Fox-Melrakki- Wildlife Photographic

The Arctic fox is one of Nature’s greatest feats of engineering. Its beauty and adaptability are matched only by its uncanny ability to thrive in the harshest of environments. Above all else, the Arctic fox is a survivor. Capable of surviving in the coldest climates on earth, the Arctic fox does not even have to raise its metabolic rate to stay 

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