In our Video of the Week, marine biologists examine how climate change might impact humpback whales in the waters off the coast of Chile. Researchers utilized buoys to gather information on water composition and monitor changes in the whale’s habitat.
This week’s Video of the Week takes us to Central Asia, where a New York Times interactive documents ablation of the Tuyuksu Glacier, which supplies fresh water to millions down stream. But for how much longer?
Our Video of the Week takes place in northern Pakistan, which is home to multiple large glaciers. Many of these glaciers are melting due to climate change, threatening vulnerable nearby communities.
This week’s Video of the Week features newly developed drone technology that allows scientists to capture high-resolution video footage and photographs at peak elevations in the Peruvian Andes.
Watch a video of a glacier calving event at Helheim Glacier in Greenland, large enough to cover lower Manhattan to Midtown in New York City.
This week’s video follows the commencement of the UN Climate Change Conference 2018, COP24. Tens of thousands of protestors raised their voices at the recent “Claim the Climate” march in Belgium.
Researchers have discovered an enormous impact crater buried beneath the Hiawatha Glacier in northern Greenland. View Video of the Week to learn more about the Hiawatha Impact Crater.
This week, learn about the World Bank’s recently launched Human Capital Index and the importance of investing in human capital.
In this week’s Video of the Week, Sam Favret takes us on a white-knuckle freeski of the Mer de Glace, the largest glacier in France. Acrobatic inversions, rotations, and icy wall rides are artfully integrated in a free-flowing ride as natural as the glacier itself.