Journeying from redrock desert to an icy wasteland: an essay
by Sarah Gilman,
Aug 14, 2013
Time is running out to see the natural wonders that are endangered by rampant global warming.
by Tim Lydon,
Feb 15, 2010
Climate change is altering the lands we call home in ways we'd never imagined.
by Ana Maria Spagna,
Sep 14, 2009
The memory of two summers spent working as a dogsled guide on a glacier in Alaska will never melt away.
by Blair Braverman ,
Aug 27, 2009
Gretel Ehrlich’s recent book, The Future of Ice: A
Journey Into Cold, is an intimate "ode and lament" on global
warming and the end of winter
by Stephen J. Lyons,
Nov 22, 2004
Like tree rings, ice cores create a record of the climate
of the past, and the National Ice Core Laboratory in Denver houses
the largest collection of polar ice cores in the world
by Allen Best,
Jan 24, 2005
Maria Coryell-Martin uses 'expeditionary art' to educate people about climate change.
by Eric Wagner,
Nov 30, 2012
In Thin Ice: Unlocking the Secrets of Climate in
the World’s Highest Mountain Ranges, mountain
climber and physicist Mark Bowen follows researchers who are
finding clues to climate change in high-altitude tropical
by John Krist,
Jun 26, 2006
Global Warming is showing up in the West, in everything
from receding glaciers to shrinking pika habitat
by Michelle Nijhuis,
Jul 19, 2004
We're not just losing our glaciers; we're unraveling the systems that sustain all life on earth.
by Tim Lydon,
Jul 27, 2011