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News about Climate Change and our Planet

Month: April 2018

April 2018 Update

[ click on image to enlarge ] On April 22nd, 2018, Arctic sea ice extent was only 13.552 million km², a record low for the time of year. In 1987, by comparison, sea ice extent wasn’t below 13.574 million km² even…

Mars Today – A ‘Business-As-Usual’ Model for Earth Tomorrow

Parallels between methane explosions in the Yamal and on Mars – by Dr. David Page The Author in the field Hello, I’m Dr. David Page, a terrestrial geologist researching the rocky planets of the inner Solar System. My area of…

Heat Storm

[ click on images to enlarge ] On April 11, 2018, Arctic sea ice extent was only 13.9 million km². Arctic sea ice extent has been at a record low for the time of year for most of 2018, as…