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‘Polar temperatures will get worse with war’: Experts speak out on extreme heat events

One leading researcher said the unprecedented polar heatwaves combined with growing interest in fossil fuel extraction amid Russia’s war in Ukraine must “wake people up” the rapidly closing window to tackle global warming.

regime shift in the melting Arctic

As the Arctic melts, scientists say a regime shift is taking place

The Arctic is changing faster than any environment on Earth. The old, established order is being swept away, leaving scientists to ask: What's coming in its place?
Russia’s new giant icebreaker sailed straight to the North Pole
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Russia’s new giant icebreaker sailed straight to the North Pole

With ice edge at record north this autumn, the distance to the top of the world wasn’t too difficult for nuclear-powered Arktika on her maiden voyage.
Climate crisis: North pole 'soon to be ice free in summer', scientists say

Climate crisis: North pole 'soon to be ice free in summer', scientists say

Amid rapid global warming – with average Arctic temperatures already 2C above what they were in the pre-industrial era – the extent of the sea ice is diminishing ever faster.

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Polarstern research vessel at North Pole imperiled by coronavirus

Polarstern research vessel at North Pole imperiled by coronavirus

Organizers of the biggest Arctic research expedition in history are scrambling to find a port for a ship of returning scientists after Norway closed its border.
Microbes in the Tundras could blow the roof off global warming with their emissions
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Microbes in the Tundras could blow the roof off global warming with their emissions

Microbes react very quickly — within five to seven years — to even slight changes in the climate.
The biggest Arctic expedition ever will spend a year in sea ice studying climate change
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The biggest Arctic expedition ever will spend a year in sea ice studying climate change

Hundreds of researchers will spend a year in the fastest-warming place on the planet to understand the consequences of climate change.
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