Climate change has been on the radar for more than 20 years, but complete solutions remain elusive. Some scientists are considering geoengineering, the act of making compensatory changes to the Earth’s climate to reverse the damage that has already been done.
"We may see significant collapse of West Antarctica in our lifetimes."
Smart Windows That Control Lighting, China’s Mars Rover, Vast Lakes in Antarctica, And More
The last location on Earth breaches 400 ppm threshold for the first time in 4 million years.
A new study finds that even the Poles weren't safe when the huge asteroid hit Earth.
The lake, buried beneath kilometers of ice, may contain life isolated from the rest of the world for millions of years.
A study conducted by NASA reveals that Antartica has been seeing more cumulative ice gains than it has losses, and isn't contributing to the rising sea levels as much as scientists originally thought.
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