An innovative project led by Chilean engineers tests an Indigenous Himalayan technology in a new place. It has faced unique sociopolitical challenges.
From glaciers and landslides to displacement and flooding, two Columbia University professors broke down academic silos and reflected on water issues.
New investigations bring the trail’s originator, Catherine Montgomery, into focus nearly a century later.
With imagery representing Puget Sound, the Cascade Ranges, and expansive orchards, a new state flag seeks to foster both pride and preservation.
Greenland’s majority Indigenous population is in favor of exploring sand extraction, according to an academic research poll.
Unsteady funding streams have caused Mount Everest’s “Pyramid” monitoring station to unravel at the seams. It may be an opportunity to re-envision the station’s purpose.