Scientists Set Up Camp In Davos To Warn About Global Warming And Get Covered By 6 Feet of Snow

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Snipers hold their position on the roof of a hotel during the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in the Swiss Alps resort of Davos, Switzerland January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

‘The risks from Arctic change remain invisible’

STUDY: Before Warming A Bit, Antarctica Underwent 1,900 Years Of Cooling

Energy | Michael Bastasch
A supplied image shows a boat passing a rocky cliff in Antarctica

‘Not in agreement with climate model simulations’

STUDY: Antarctic Sea Ice Loss Driven By 'Natural Variability,' Not Global Warming

Energy | Michael Bastasch
File photo shows an Adelie penguin standing atop a block of melting ice near the French station at Dumont díUrville in East Antarctica

‘The climate of the Antarctic is incredibly variable’

Antarctic Ice Melt Began 30 Years Before Modern Warming Trend

Energy | Michael Bastasch
File photo shows melting ice through at a cliff face at Landsend, on the coast of Cape Denison in Antarctica

‘It can continue for decades’

An Inconvenient Truth: Few Signs Of Global Warming In Antarctica

Energy | Michael Bastasch
The MV Akademik Shokalskiy

‘Truth is, the science is complex’

Antarctica Is Covered With Even MORE Snow And Ice Than Previously Thought

Energy | Michael Bastasch
An Adelie penguin stands atop a block of melting ice near the French station at Dumont d’Urville in East Antarctica

The South Pole has withstood warming

Another Study Blows Away Alarmist Fears About Antarctica

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Handout shows the Chinese Xue Long icebreaker, as seen from Australia's Antarctic supply ship, the Aurora Australis, sitting in an ice pack unable to get through to the MV Akademik Shokalskiy, in East Antarctica

Scientists still unclear if Antarctica is losing any ice on net

Global Warming? Global Sea Ice Levels Defy Alarmists

Video | Michael Bastasch

‘Where’s the media coverage?’

Flashback 2004: Antarctica Will Soon Be The Only Livable Place On Earth

World | Michael Bastasch
The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is seen in this undated NASA image. REUTERS/NASA/Handout via Reuters

‘Antarctica was the best place for mammals to live, and the rest of the world would not sustain human life’