Known as "pizzlies" or "grolars," the hybrids are projected to become more common in the wild as polar bears migrate south and grizzly bears migrate north.
Scientists behind the study said that melting glaciers have contributed to the shift observed in the 1990s.
The world's nations emit hugely different quantities of heat-trapping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
Sophie Diao, the artist behind the video, said she was inspired by "the stories of people who had planted trees when they were very young."
"We can say it's most likely because of the impact of the global warming," Shunji Anbe, an official at the observations division at the Japan Meteorological Agency told the Associated Press.
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The new coral reef, measuring 1,600 feet in height, is the first to be discovered in more than 120 years.
"Global warming is an existential threat to humanity. We have a moral obligation to deal with it," Biden said.
Following reports that Trump walked out of a "60 Minutes" interview, Cooper shared a clip from September where she mimed to both Trump and Stahl.
"New temperature records were repeatedly set throughout the month," said Marina Makarova, from Russia's state weather service.
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A scientist studying the crater in the remote Yamal peninsula also said it has just a few years to "live."
The administration announced a leasing program on Monday that will open up more than 1.5 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration.
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Scientists say the IPCC's "worst-case scenario" is the best assessment for risk posed in the next 30 years.
Greenpeace estimates over 19 million hectares of land—an area bigger than Greece—has burned since the start of 2020.
The Arctic has experienced unprecedented temperatures, which has been largely attributed to climate change.
"This is a preview of our future," said meteorologist Carl Parker.
Studies show emissions have risen by almost 10 percent in the last 20 years.
On June 20, the Arctic town of Verkhoyansk recorded a temperature of 100.4 F.
"Climate change is here in the boreal and Arctic environments. It's not in some distant future," said researcher Amber Soja.
Siberia has been experiencing abnormally high temperatures for several months.
On June 20, the mercury in the small town of Verkhoyansk, which is located six miles north of the Arctic circle, reached 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, according to unverified Russian weather data.
However, Pew research also shows most Americans think the government is doing too little to address its impacts.
New findings could have implications for how coral reef island communities adapt to climate change and rising sea levels.
Mangrove forests provide vital ecosystem services to humans, plants and animals across the globe.
Areas of Siberia have seen temperatures hit the early to mid-thirties during an exceptional May heatwave.