How global warming has changed what it’s like to travel to the North Pole

UTC
US NEWS FEEDS > ALASKA >

The North Pole is a destination without a marker. Unlike its southern equivalent, which is located deep within the frozen continent of Antarctica and delineated with an actual pole and a nearby scientific base, the North Pole is in the middle of a constantly shifting mosaic of ice atop the Arctic Ocean. There are no mountains, no permanent topographical features of any kind, just a jumbled, jagged icescape. Historically, to be at the North Pole has been to feel as removed from the rest of humanity as it is possible to feel, isolated in a harsh environment, thousands of miles from civilization and warmth.
...
News Feed:
Alaska Dispatch News

READ MORE >
How global warming has changed what it’s like to travel to the North Pole

Sponsored Content