Daily Archives: July 13, 2017

The G20 and Climate Change

Climate State

Published on Jul 10, 2017

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Larsen C Ice Sheet Breaks Off. What Next?


Published on Jul 12, 2017

It was inevitable … a question not of If, but of When. Now that the Delaware-size iceberg has calved, scientists begin to explore what comes next. (Also read more at YaleClimateConnections.org)

Huge iceberg breaks off Antarctic ice shelf

CBS News

Published on Jul 12, 2017

An iceberg that scientists have been monitoring for months has finally broken off from Antarctica’s Larsen-C ice shelf. Swansea University research officer Martin O’Leary, an iceberg expert on the UK-based Project MIDAS Antarctic team, spoke to CBSN about the impact of the ice shelf split.

Iceberg larger than P.E.I. breaks away from Antarctica

The National

Published on Jul 12, 2017

An iceberg weighing more than one trillion tonnes — one of the largest ever recorded — broke away from an Antarctic ice shelf this week.

One of the biggest icebergs ever just broke off Antarctica. Here’s what scientists want to know

PBS NewsHour

Published on Jul 12, 2017

A huge iceberg — twice as large as Lake Erie — has broken away from a the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica, an event that researchers have been anticipating for months. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien joins Judy Woodruff to discuss whether it’s linked to climate change and what it means for sea-level rise.

Massive Iceberg Breaks Free in Antarctica: How Worried Should We Be?


Published on Jul 12, 2017

The iceberg, which is about the size of Delaware, is an important reminder that ice on Earth is changing–and not just in Antarctica, says Dr. Twila Moon, a glacial expert with the National Snow and Ice Data Center