As climate change threatens an uncertain future, an international foundation is collecting and saving stories from the past in an unusual format: ice cores from disappearing glaciers that act as archives for both data and memories.
Elza Bouhassira, Author at State of the Planet
Researchers at China’s Nanjing University are using a reflective blanket to stave off melting of the Dagu Glacier.
A study based on Iceland’s Bruarjokull glacier investigates whether to rely on statistical models to provide accurate insights into glacier retreat.
Photographer Steven Giovinco shared his thoughts on the creative process behind his images on display in a new exhibition, ‘On The Arctic Edge’.
A Kyrgyz journalist reflects on COP27 and its results for Kyrgyzstan.
A new book explores the world of wonder contained in Icelandic myth, and considers how it might spill out of storybook pages and into real life.
A conservation biologist writes about his trips to Pakistan over the last 30 years, reflecting on challenges, growth, and connections made over time.
In early September, Chileans voted against adopting a new constitution that, among other wide-ranging provisions, would have provided greater protections for the country’s glaciers.
Author Tom Kizzia’s 2021 book dives into the history of a town awash in Alaskan legend, telling a story that tries to capture the fascination that many Alaskans feel about the state.
The documentary When Glaciers Go tells the story of a family in Upper Mustang, Nepal as they adapt to societal transformations brought about by climate change.