Plan aims to boost natural river ice to combat warming temperatures
Emissions battles have their day in court, and pain at the pump continues, and the world’s biggest spam network is taken out—sparing the planet some emissions
Researchers came up empty when looking for warning signs of ancient climate shocks
New research suggests that Asian rivers won’t run dry as the planet heats up—but tens of millions will still suffer severe shortages
The remote glaciers of the Himalayan mountains have been the subject of much controversy, yet little research
I started a new website to collect information on the Himalayan glaciers
The Arctic Ocean’s sea ice has shrunk to its second smallest area on record, close to 2007’s record-shattering low
Researchers are uncovering a wetter world under the Antarctic ice than they ever imagined. But it’s far from clear which life forms call this extreme environment home.
After a 6-year pause to consider the risks of environmental contamination, a Russian research team will resume drilling through the Antarctic ice.
In the Swiss Alps, a huge sheet of fleece-like material is helping keep ice cool, in an effort to extend the life of a glacier threatened by global warming