While Arctic sea ice cover plummeted this summer, many suggest this was balanced by gains in ice cover at the Antarctic. So who’s right?
Arctic sea ice is lower than at any other point since satellite records began, according to NASA, representing a new norm for the region.
Aerospace firm appointed to undertake $45m testing phase of environmentally friendly fuels for rockets and satellites.
40 years of the LANDSAT satellite celebrated in five iconic pictures. NASA’s prized satellite has been a key tool for climate scientists revealing deforestation patterns and the gradual disappearance of polar ice.
A new study by NASA used laser data to track the thinning of Antarctic ice shelves, finding warm oceans could be a dominant factor in ice loss in the region – bringing researchers closer to predicting sea level rises.
The arctic’s oldest ice disappearing faster than newer, thinner ice according to a new study from a NASA scientist.
Earth continued to absorb more energy during most recent solar minimum, raising doubt over repeated claims by sceptics that climate change is solar induced.
NASA’s most recently launched Earth-observing satellite, Suomi NPP, has captured this spine-tingling picture from outer space.
Using simple measures to cut emissions of methane and soot could help slow global warming while also boosting crops and saving lives, says new study from NASA.
Plant communities covering almost half of the Earth’s land surface could be fundamentally affected by climate change according to new research from NASA.