A clash between livestock herders in the central region of the country uncovers political, economic, and environmental concerns among pastoralist communities.
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After near extinction due to overfishing, hydroelectric damming, and climate change, the Columbia River white sturgeon has made a comeback thanks to Indigenous-led restoration.
Virtual Indigenous ceremonies reveal the strong bond between mountain communities and their Inca roots.
Reductions in human emissions and changes in atmospheric composition during the coronavirus pandemic might be observed in future glacial ice cores.
Geopolitical tensions between China and India at their disputed Himalayan border have ecological and social consequences for local peoples.
A new study raises intriguing questions about these green balls of vegetation that travel in unison across glacier surfaces.
OGGM-Edu offers a variety of educational tools and materials, including interactive apps, graphics and images, adaptable notebooks, and tutorials.
There is no sustainable development without climate justice, and there is no climate justice without social and racial justice.
A land management dispute in Canada that has played out over 30 years has ended in major victory for the Ktunaxa Nation.
Geoscientists estimate that a mountain slope could collapse into Prince William Sound within a year, and likely within 20 years, triggering devastating waves.