Tuesday, 25 January , 2022

Greenland

Rain falls on peak of Greenland ice cap for first time...

By Damian Carrington 20 Aug 2021 photo: Ulrik Pedersen/ NurPhoto/REX/Shutterstock Rain has fallen on the summit of Greenland’s huge ice cap for the first time on record. Temperatures...

Greenland to halt all oil exploration as it ‘takes climate change...

Jul 16, 2021 Greenland will halt all oil exploration despite retreating ice uncovering a potential fortune of oil and mineral resources, the government has announced,...

‘The People Have Spoken’: Left-Wing, Indigenous-Led Party Vows to Stop Greenland...

"Greenlanders are sending a strong message that for them it's not worth sacrificing the environment to achieve independence and economic development." by Jon Queally April 7,...

Greenland Succumbs

by Robert Hunziker August 19, 2020 Since the turn of the new century, every aspect of climate change has gone ballistic, up, up, and away, not...

US woos Greenland with financial aid package & first consulate in...

  US woos Greenland with financial aid package & first consulate in 50 years – because Russia 23 Apr, 2020 The US has gifted a $12.1 million...

Sea-levels rise after record Greenland ice-cap melt

March 20, 2020 GREENLAND’S melting icecaps raised the sea levels by 2.2mm last year, scientists have warned, with the human-induced climate crisis accelerating the loss...

The Zombie Diseases of Climate Change

What lurks in the Arctic’s thawing permafrost? by Robinson Meyer November 6, 2017 From the air, the coast of Greenland appears vast and tranquil. Hundreds of...

Destroying life in Earth: the case of Greenland

Greenland's ice sheet melting seven times faster than in 1990s Scale and speed of loss much higher than predicted, threatening inundation for hundreds of millions...

Climatic Change hits the Arctic

Satellite Images Ignite Alarm Over 'Unprecedented' Scale and Planet-Heating Emissions of Raging Arctic Wildfires Carbon dioxide emitted by Arctic fires in June and July, according...

Two Minutes to Doomsday

by Robert Hunziker January 30, 2018 Not since 1953, when the U.S. and the Soviets exploded thermonuclear bombs, has the world been such a powder keg! Only...