President Obama appeared on the TV show "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," where he encountered glaciers melting due to climate change and a wild bear.
President Obama found warmth, hospitality and the undeniable consequences of climate change on a trip to Alaska. He shared every step on social media.
Scientist Piers Sellers says the Arctic is melting fast, and you can already feel it.
In remote communities in the U.S. Arctic where months pass without a sunrise, Alaskans are experiencing climate change and embracing green energy.
People across the Arctic are facing extreme weather, unpredictable hunting seasons, unstable ice and other effects of global warming. What can they do?
Changing conditions in the Arctic may seem remote to you. But new science says conditions up north may influence the weather you'll have next winter.
Arctic sea ice covered less of the northernmost waters in 2015 than at any time in more than 30 years, U.S. scientists say.
Black soot produced by carbon-based fuels is falling on the Arctic Ocean, absorbing heat and accelerating melting. Arctic nations want to reduce soot.
The whole world must protect, respect and nurture the Arctic region. “One Arctic” is the guiding theme for U.S. leadership of the Arctic Council.
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