The court ordered an expansion of the country’s carbon emissions law on the same day as an announcement that Germany’s glaciers could be gone in a decade.
Isabel Amos-Landgraf, Author at State of the Planet
A number of development programs in the high Andes involve Indigenous men but exclude women herders, preventing the potentially vital exchange of knowledge.
Swiss ski resorts are using geotextiles to prevent accelerated glacial melting, but researchers have found this strategy too expensive for use in global-scale glacier protection.
A popular way of portraying icebergs is inaccurate. Through a viral tweet, watercolors, and interactive websites, people are learning about how icebergs actually float in water.
Montana Senator Jon Tester has proposed a bill that would add 17 rivers to the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
Climate change and hydroelectricity power projects compounded the devastating destruction of the February 7 flood in Uttarakhand.
GlacierHub interviews Debra Lekanoff, the only Native American woman currently serving in Washington’s state legislature.
The mine was ordered to close due to environmental violations, but the owner, Canadian company Barrick Gold, is still exploring mining opportunities in the area.
Latrines created by vicuñas, wild relatives of llamas, provide vital nutrients for plants on post-glaciated mountain landscapes in the Andes.