Researchers Discover Microplastics in the Air of the Pyrenees Mountains
According to a new study, scientists found as much microplastic pollution in the air in this remote area as in densely populated cities like Paris.
Thanks to Global Warming the Alps Could Soon Be Ice-Free
Even under moderate warming, Alpine glaciers would shed two-thirds of their present mass by the end of the century.
Why Solar Panels Should Go From Rooftops to Mountaintops
A new study finds that installing solar panels on snow-covered mountains could help close the gap between demand and production during the winter months.
Why the IPCC's New Focus on Mountain Climate Change Is a Big Deal
Better science coordination will help mountain communities prepare for global warming.
Mountains Are Warming Twice as Fast as the Rest of the World
To sustain mountain communities, we need more monitoring and better governance.
Conservationists Might Want to Look to the Mountains for Answers
Regarding the world's mountains, it turns out pointy peaks like the Alps are the exception, not the rule. That's potentially good news for species in search of cooler temperatures higher up.