An innovative project led by Chilean engineers tests an Indigenous Himalayan technology in a new place. It has faced unique sociopolitical challenges.
New international assessment finds emissions and climate policy falls short in the high mountain regions of Asia, threatening billions of people and species in the area.
At a United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change side event in early June, representatives from several countries discussed the urgent need to address global loss of water and sea-level rise.
A recent study uses a sediment core to reconstruct paleoclimate in the early and middle Holocene and Neoglacial periods.
From glaciers and landslides to displacement and flooding, two Columbia University professors broke down academic silos and reflected on water issues.
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.
Photographer Steven Giovinco shared his thoughts on the creative process behind his images on display in a new exhibition, ‘On The Arctic Edge’.