Sea level rise

Global sea level jumped due to El Nino and climate change: NASA

Global average sea level rose by about 0.76 centimeters from 2022 to 2023, nearly four times the increase of the previous year, NASA said on March 21, attributing the "significant jump" to a strong El Nino and a warming climate.

The NASA-led analysis is based on more than 30 years of satellite observations.

'Very worried': Scientists fret as Antarctic sea ice dwindles

Sea ice levels in Antarctica have registered historic lows for three consecutive years, portending grave consequences for life on Earth as we know it.

But looking out over the southernmost continent, scientist Miguel Angel de Pablo laments that humanity seems to be oblivious to the warnings.

Measures against rising sea levels a must: Expert

The water level in the Marmara Sea will rise by 50 centimeters by 2050, a professor warns, urging to take serious measures after 2050.

As effects of global warming, climate change, drought and excessive rainfall show themselves more and more with each passing year, experts point out that the melting of the polar ice caps affects the water levels in the oceans and the ecosystem.

Half of world’s glaciers expected to vanish by 2100

Half of the Earth's glaciers, notably smaller ones, are destined to disappear by the end of the century because of climate change, but limiting global warming could save others, according to a new study.

The findings, published in the journal Science on Jan. 5, provide the most comprehensive look so far at the future of the world's 215,000 glaciers.

Renewed “Protect the Sea” signs unveiled on Slovenian coast

Portorož – As the EUSAIR Strategy Forum and the Slovenian presidency of the Adriatic and Ionian Initiative (AII) comes to an end, renewed “Protect the Sea” signs were presented in Portorož on Wednesday. They are to help raise awareness about climate change and its impact on the marine and coastal environment.

Global Ice Sheet Melting Much Faster Than in 1990

The rate at which ice is disappearing across the world matches "worst-case climate warming scenarios", UK scientists have warned in new research.

A team from the universities of Edinburgh and Leeds and University College London said the rate at which ice is melting across the world's polar regions and mountains has increased markedly in the last three decades.