While less visible than climate-enhanced hurricanes, sea level rise may ultimately prove the most devastating of global warming impacts.
The iceberg, dubbed D28, broke away from the Amery ice shelf between September 24 and 25, according to observations from European and American satellites. It measures 1,582 square kilometres and contains 315 billion tonnes of ice.
Greenland, the world's largest island, is a semi-autonomous Danish territory between the Atlantic and Arctic oceans that has 82% of its surface covered in ice.
On a recent expedition to Greenland, TRT World correspondent Andrea Sanke saw how some countries and landscapes are suffering as global temperatures rise, and makes a very personal plea.
Up close, the surging wall of ice almost 656 ft (200 metres) high above Hassanabad village in Hunza district cracked and groaned in the May sun as ice and debris fell off in big chunks.
Ice covers almost all of Antarctica. In some places, it's four kilometres thick. But that's changing as temperatures climb, and it could have drastic consequences for the planet as a whole.
Scientists at Turkish Antarctic expedition take out their tools to investigate the elements of the icy continent. Here's an update.
Norway's music festivals holds the most interesting theme ever, music played by instruments made out of ice, at the 13th Ice Music Festival in the mountain village of Finse.
Sea level may rise higher than predicted from ice melting and low-lying cities could face possible disaster by end of century
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