A land management dispute in Canada that has played out over 30 years has ended in major victory for the Ktunaxa Nation.
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Geoscientists estimate that a mountain slope could collapse into Prince William Sound within a year, and likely within 20 years, triggering devastating waves.
Artifacts from a receding ice patch provide a glimpse of Iron Age and Viking activity along a mountain pass.
The study explains how friction alters the velocity of glaciers. It could have important implications for improving sea level rise projections.
Many Peruvians sell roses to earn a living. A new government policy could make matters worse for small growers already hard hit by the pandemic.
They also give some reading recommendations for Earth Day.
GlacierHub is tracking the spread of COVID-19 in glacier regions as an increasing number of people have become infected.
Smoke and ash from Australia’s devastating fires pose a significant threat to New Zealand’s glaciers.
As salmon suffer in Alaska’s warming snow- and rain-fed rivers, some scientists are looking to glaciers to predict the future of these fish.
The acquisition of Four Twenty Seven, a leading provider of insight on economic climate risk, stands out as an indicator that the climate crisis is seen as a material risk that corporations and governments must consider.