Gigantic landforms as big as the Eiffel Tower are scratching the ice from underneath Antarctica.
The loss of Antarctic mass, paired by ocean warming, could potentially increase global sea levels by up to 10 feet by 2100.
For reference, it is larger than Mexico and if melted will create enough water to fill the Lake Superior, which is the largest of the Great Lakes in North America.
A new study published in the journal Science revealed that CO2 emissions are accelerating the rate of sea ice loss in the arctic.
A new study revealed that the 19 populations of polar bears in the Arctic could be endangered due to the shorter ice sheet season.
With climate change already impacting various parts of the world, scientists have started looking into Earth's past in order to better predict how it will affect our future. To add to growing evidence, a new study has found that ice sheet collapse 135 million years ago triggered events of strong global climate change.