Emily Denny is currently a Master's student at the Columbia Climate School, studying the intersection of climate and society. Before pursuing a Master's degree, she received degrees in English Literature and Environmental Studies at UC Berkeley.
His new book reinterprets photographs from a 2016 expedition to Kilimanjaro’s glaciers, looks at the relationship between art and science, and documents loss caused by climate change.
As global temperatures increase, questions regarding how to sustainably manage and steward lands recently exposed by glacier retreat are arising. In response, a team of researchers has proposed an international framework that could address these questions while empowering local adaptations around the world.
Led by a bipartisan team of U.S. representatives, the Ski and Snowboard Caucus brings awareness to an industry that is increasingly vulnerable to warming winters and fewer snow days.
In a recent study, researchers found that the Matterhorn is constantly swaying to the seismic energy of earthquakes and ocean tremors felt around the world.
Once filled with ice, glacial valleys are now flowing with water in a warming climate, opening up new habitat for the Pacific salmon and revealing opportunities for a modern-day gold rush in parts of British Columbia and Alaska, a new study finds.
After receiving unprecedented amounts of rainfall late last year, communities in northwestern Washington are asking questions about how to prevent flood damage in a warmer and wetter climate.
Although geotextiles have helped to slow glacier melt in Switzerland, they are a climate change adaptation that’s not affordable or feasible in many developing countries.
A new eco-horror film highlights how filmmakers, journalists and artists can tell stories about climate change in ways science traditionally has not.