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Sur les rives de Ghoramara

Daesung Lee, Sur les rives de Ghoramara, Photographie - Passage Sainte-Croix, Nantes, France

Last inhabitants of Ghoramara Island pose in their sinking village by Daesung Lee

Glaciologist Jason Box, left, at work on the Petermann Glacier on Greenland's northwest coast, which has lost mass at an accelerated pace in recent years. Box and his family left Ohio State for Europe a couple years ago, and he is relieved to have escaped America's culture of climate-change denial.

When the End of Human Civilization Is Your Day Job

Ballad of the sad climate scientists

Photographs from the 1940s to the 2000s show the drastic impact of climate change on our planet's glaciers. Here is a photo of Alaska's Muir Glacier, pictured in August 1941 (left) and August 2004 (right).

16 NASA photos that show how humans have changed the world! Which ones are the most impressive?

☆Baby Galactiq☆

In early I went into a one-month stay in Greenland, sharing life with some of its inhabitants, up to the northernmost settlements.

Rising sea levels aren't a scientific threat – it's happening outside my window Like most people I have been concerned about climate change as an esoteric issue. But here was climate change in my actual letter box ...

Rising sea levels aren't a scientific threat – it's happening outside my window

Rising sea levels aren't a scientific threat – it's happening outside my window Like most people I have been concerned about climate change as an esoteric issue. But here was climate change in my actual letter box .

Ny-Ålesund est la localité la plus au nord de la planète. Nichée dans le Svalbard, archipel norvégien de l’océan Arctique, elle est aussi inaccessible aux visiteurs, l’espace étant réservé aux scientifiques de son centre international de recherche. La photojournaliste Anna Filipova est cependant parvenue à glaner un laissez-passer, pour capturer[.....]

Recherche au bout du monde à Ny-Alesund, la localité la plus au nord de la planète

this isn't happiness™ (Ice station zebra, Anna Filipova), Peteski

Climate change could be happening 2,400 feet under Antarctic ice | Grist

Climate change could be happening 2,400 feet under Antarctic ice

Scientist drilled half a mile through ancient Antarctic glaciers and found, yup, more evidence of human-caused climate change.

Schools saw shorter days and cancelled athletic practices thanks to the heat wave gripping Southern California. Temperatures over the weekend reached into the mid 100s.

Schools saw shorter days and cancelled athletic practices thanks to the heat wave gripping Southern California. Temperatures over the weekend reached into the mid

Index - Nagykép - Leolvad Grönland monoton mesevilága

Index - Nagykép - Leolvad Grönland monoton mesevilága

"Allanngorpoq" Series by Sebastien Tixier photographer www.sebtix.com

Melting Icebergs, Seal Hunts and MTV: Photographer Sébastien Tixier Discovers Greenland in Transition - Feature Shoot

San Francisco Is Suing Major Oil Companies to Protect its Citizens from #ClimateChange. Sea level rise could lead to catastrophic flooding, and the city blames ExxonMobile and BP. And then there are wild fires....

San Francisco Is Suing Major Oil Companies to Protect its Citizens from Sea level rise could lead to catastrophic flooding, and the city blames ExxonMobile and BP. And then there are wild fires.

Somerset house surrounded by water (PA)

Which cars will be the stars of Geneva 2012?

The case for renaming ‘global warming’

Ossessioni di Simmetria.

Uummannaq island, from the helicopter

You don’t have to look 85 years into the future to see what a warming world looks like — you only need to look as far as Miami.

Miami is already sinking under rising sea levels

At risk cities may hold key to solving climate change problems

Professor Will Steffen of the Climate Council said incidences of heatwaves, bushfires and other extreme weather in Australia are increasing due to climate change.

Coalition climate policy under fire after 2014 shown to be hottest year on record

Australian bushfire season 'will be more severe as a result of climate change'. Report predicts economic cost of fires will triple by 2050 and urges reduction in carbon emissions

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