The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s assessment report issues catastrophic warning if immediate climate action is not taken by governments across the globe.
New investigations bring the trail’s originator, Catherine Montgomery, into focus nearly a century later.
New research shows that retreat of an ice sheet in the Pacific Northwest led to many volcanic explosions and ocean areas with low oxygen that threatened the health of marine ecosystems.
With imagery representing Puget Sound, the Cascade Ranges, and expansive orchards, a new state flag seeks to foster both pride and preservation.
Pria Mahadevan and Emily Denny
|March 2, 2023
Photographer Steven Giovinco shared his thoughts on the creative process behind his images on display in a new exhibition, ‘On The Arctic Edge’.
Flooding in the region threatens hydropower projects and the safety of downstream populations.
A Kyrgyz journalist reflects on COP27 and its results for Kyrgyzstan.
|February 2, 2023
Greenland’s majority Indigenous population is in favor of exploring sand extraction, according to an academic research poll.
When monitoring melting glaciers, integrating scientific knowledge with local and Indigenous knowledge may improve data collection as well as local adaptation.
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.
|January 19, 2023