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Hubbard glacier

Top Voted Photo in 2014

8/5/2014 // By Rachel Stemen

Congratulations to Laura Melgarejo, whose photo of the Hubbard Glacier in Alaska got the most votes in the final round of the running for the 2014 National Wildlife Photo Contest’s People’s Choice Award! Laura’s photo will appear in the December 2014/January […] Read more >

Chasing the Truth About Climate Change

11/9/2012 // By Mary Price

In just the past year we’ve seen some of the strongest storm cells ever, extreme heat waves, cropland spoiled by drought, record melting of glaciers, sea-levels on the rise, increased wildfires, and the start of what could be the next great mass […] Read more >

Chasing Ice: Climate Change We Can See

11/9/2012 // By Sara Gassman

When you hear the term “climate change,” what image comes to mind? Smokestacks? Bumper-to-bumper traffic on six-lane highways? Wilting crops and flooded streets? If James Balog has anything to do with it, soon enough we will all think of glaciers…glaciers […] Read more >

Surveying the Lyell Glacier in Yosemite

One man’s quest to chronicle a vanishing glacier in Yosemite

7/26/2012 // By Beth Pratt-Bergstrom

Last week the Petermann Glacier in Greenland made the news for calving a monstrous iceberg the size of Manhattan, with scientists attributing climate change as the catalyst for this startling occurrence. Yet Californians don’t need to venture outside their own […] Read more >

Glacier National Park Loses Two More Glaciers

4/7/2010 // By Miles Grant

Global warming continues to wipe out Glacier National Park’s namesake: Read more >