Tag: north pole


The Polar Night: Where the Sun Never Rises on Earth

The polar night is a period of continuous darkness that occurs during the winter months at the Earth’s poles. It is caused by the tilt of the Earth’s axis and has significant effects on the environment, living organisms, and human health. Despite its challenges, the polar night also has scientific and cultural significance. Long Version […]


How Fast are Glaciers Melting? | Q&A

Glaciers around the world are melting at an accelerating rate due to the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans. The exact speed of melting varies by location and time of year, but in general, the rate of melting has increased significantly over the past few decades. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change […]