Flooding in the region threatens hydropower projects and the safety of downstream populations.
GlacierHub Archives - Page 2 of 19 - State of the Planet
A Kyrgyz journalist reflects on COP27 and its results for Kyrgyzstan.
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.
Glacier-saving campaigns are becoming more popular as ice across the globe disappears at an alarming pace. A new analysis examines the actors, motives, and implications of these campaigns in the fight against climate change.
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.
A conservation biologist writes about his trips to Pakistan over the last 30 years, reflecting on challenges, growth, and connections made over time.
A recent study expands upon previously established tipping points, naming 16 total tipping points and their respective temperature triggers.
A recent study projects that climate change will cause most glaciers on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State to disappear by 2070, threatening water resources, ecosystems, and tourism.