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Lack of sea ice is making it more difficult for polar bears to find food. (National Geographic)
For the first time in centuries, the Arctic permafrost is beginning to change — rapidly. It's warming up. Some places are softening like a stick of butter left out on the kitchen counter. (NPR)
Athletes in preparation for the Winter Olympics are realizing how the warming planet has affected their sports, and it's made some of them reflect on their own climate impact.
With solar panels tacked to their sleds and a biofuel made from wood chips to keep them warm, this father/son duo have just accomplished the first Antarctic expedition to rely solely on renewable energy:
Chasing Ice and Chasing Coral's director Jeff Orlowski receives top environmental honor from the United Nations, The Champions of the Earth award, at the UN Assembly in Kenya today for spreading powerful environmental messages to a global audience. Congratulations!
Robert Swan OBE, the first person to walk both the North and South Poles, is heading to Antarctica again this spring. This time he’s joined by his son Barney and this will mark the world’s first march to the South Pole using only clean energy.
Thank you to these 28 Republicans and 28 Democrats for bridging the partisan gap on climate change solutions!
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Today, Chasing Coral joins Chasing Ice on Netflix! From ice to coral, our changing climate continues to reveal what's ahead of us if we do not take action together. Watch the film, follow Chasing Coral, and visit www.chasingcoral.com to learn more.
Glaciers in certain areas have been undercut by warmer ocean waters, and the flow of ice is getting faster and faster. (via The New York Times)