An epidemic of killer storms plague the planet at the same time - a stark reminder of the mounting price we humans & fellow creatures are paying for changing the climate. Here, American sailors clean up in the aftermath of super-typhoon Mangkhut on the island of Guam. A U.S. Navy photo.
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
Global Warming Could Thaw Far More Permafrost Than Expected, Study Says
Research says more than 40 percent of the frozen tundra could un-freeze if global temperatures continue to rise, scientists. Story here. An exceptionally warm summer in 2004 triggered this 300m long slump associated with thawing permafrost at a national preserve in Alaska. NPS climate change response.