This Friday, check out the Swiss Army’s efforts to bring water to thirsty cows in Alpine pastures in Switzerland.
Interested in climbing Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest peak? You might just have to get in line. This Photo Friday, view images of the stunning White Mountain, on which France is imposing a daily cap of climbers starting next year.
Have you ever seen a massive rock in the middle of nowhere and wondered how it got there? There’s a chance ancient glaciers transported it and left it behind when it melted. This Photo Friday, check out a potential glacial erratic on Newfoundland’s Pigeon Island.
This Photo Friday, catch a glimpse of some live photos of Mount Baker from Bellingham, Washington. The area is currently experiencing hazy conditions due to forest fires sweeping across British Columbia and eastern Washington.
This week, learn about a new scholarship that was offered this year to Quechua speakers, the dangers of crossing planetary thresholds, and how Columbia’s glaciers may become extinct.
Have you heard about the fires engulfing part of Glacier National Park in Montana this week? GlacierHub writer Natalie Belew was in the park when the fires struck and captured photographs of the rapidly receding glaciers from the Grinnell Glacier trail in Many Glacier.
In honor of Ecuador’s National Day, we dedicate this week’s Photo Friday to looking at how glaciers have been used as national symbols in Ecuador. From the coat of arms to stamps, Ecuadorians have recognized how important glaciers are to the country and its people.
Mountains are undergoing their own process of change, which appears to be accelerating, and from which there can be no return. Alpine photographer Fiona Bunn reflects on these new landscapes and what it means for those who appreciate them.
This week on Photo Friday, take a look at NASA’s Global Ice Viewer to view some of Alaska’s great glaciers, before and after several years of intense global warming.