Alix Trébaol, Author at State of the Planet

Alix Trébaol

Alix is a writer for GlacierHub and a student in the Columbia University-Sciences Po Dual BA. At Columbia, she majors in Sustainable Development at the Earth Institute. Having lived in Costa Rica, she is passionate about climate justice, especially the South/North relations between Latin America, the US, and Europe. Apart from this, Alix loves sailing and travels throughout the East Coast with Columbia’s Sailing Team.

Recent Posts

Leading Himalayan Organization Takes a Historical Step by Appointing a Leader From Bhutan

Pema Gyamtsho from Bhutan will be the first Asian to ever serve as director general for the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development.

by |August 20, 2020

Chilean Organization Hopes to Write Glacier Protection Into Chile’s New Constitution

Fundación Glaciares Chilenos is working to fill a gaping hole in Chilean environmental policy.

by |July 31, 2020

Is the Ski Industry Self-Destructive?

The steps that resorts in Europe took to save their ski season caused COVID-19 to spread. This behavior is remarkably parallel to how they’ve been “adapting” to climate change.

by |July 8, 2020

When COVID-19 Quarantines Ancestral Andean Rituals

Virtual Indigenous ceremonies reveal the strong bond between mountain communities and their Inca roots.

by |June 24, 2020