A team of scientists hikes the inhospitable mountain range to investigate how quickly its ice is melting.
Source: The View from a Himalayan Glacier
The disappearance of adult whale sharks from prominent habitat areas, including Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef, has baffled researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA) and The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS).
Source: Lack of adult whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef baffles ocean researchers – Environment News – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
An Australian academic specialising in agriculture and climate change says the Paris Agreement has moved to protect food security at the same time as reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Source: Academic says Paris climate change agreement recognises need for food security – ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Burning off large stretches of bushland can have devastating impacts on local plant and animal species, according to a new study.
Source: Call for controlled burn changes to save species
More than 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle, an out-of-season Swedish retreat became a temporary home for 600 refugees this year. Photographer Pascal Vossen and writer Nils Adler visited the ski resort to capture how people from 10 countries, including Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Kuwait, Yemen, and Egypt, were adjusting to life at Riksgränsen (and its freezing temperatures).
Source: Riksgränsen: Swedish Ski Resort for Refugees – The Atlantic
Making perfect pancakes
Source: Making perfect pancakes
Happy Birthday, National Wildlife Refuge System!
Source: Celebrating 113 years of National Wildlife Refuges