Greenland is beyond its threshold of viability and is highly responsive to anthropogenic warming. Here Professor Jason Box gives an in-depth explanation of the processes that are not currently in climate models that are leading… Read More »Professor Jason Box | Greenland today and [not for] tomorrow #COP26Glasgow
Professor Jonathan Bamber is a physicist with expertise in analysing Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets. Support my work: https://patreon.com/genncc or visit https://genn.cc for more info. In this interview, he discusses their vulnerability under different warming… Read More »Professor Jonathan Bamber | 2m sea-level rise leads to the breakdown of civilisation
The Cryosphere Pavilion was one of the most interesting pavilions I came across at this COP, simply taking in the presentations of a group of superb scientists who are telling us very clearly that we… Read More »Can we save the European Alps snow cover? Matthias Huss, ETH Zurich
With feedbacks from thawing permafrost and other sources on the rise, Sir David King discusses how close are we to the point where these sources of greenhouse gases outpace our own efforts to reduce atmospheric… Read More »Are accelerating impacts at risk of outpacing action?
Scientists have detected new early-warning signals indicating that the central-western part of the Greenland Ice Sheet may undergo a critical transition relatively soon. Because of rising temperatures, a new study by researchers from Germany and Norway shows,… Read More »Parts of Greenland may be on the verge of tipping: new early-warning signals detected
Climate scientist discusses new findings from climate models on how the AMOC is interacting with the North Atlantic Gyre and what this means for regional climate changes
Discussing the collapse of the Greenland Ice sheet with Professor Jason Box.