Landfast sea ice, sea ice that is held stationary against the Antarctic continent, links firmly with many key climate processes, but its importance is only being fully realized as its extent dwindles.
Researchers in Mexico integrate science and community knowledge to assess the ecological and social impact of an extreme frost.
Scientists used the chemistry of stone artifacts to trace human migration in the Pacific, revealing evidence of long voyages and cultural exchange.
Nonreporting of funding data and exclusion of communities from research harm Indigenous Peoples and contribute to their invisibility in science and society. We can and must do better.
Secas e enchentes alteraram radicalmente a agricultura familiar, mas lideranças femininas estão encontrando soluções para si e suas comunidades.
A new study mapped 2 decades of deforestation in the Amazon and concluded that some types of land management are more effective than others.
Ryan-Davis and Scalice describe a path towards sampling more ethically, going beyond legal permitting requirements to engagement of Indigenous expertise and respect of peoples’ relationship to place.
Deposits from the 1257 Samalas eruption may contain artifacts of an ancient kingdom, according to scientists who link volcanology studies with histories written onto palm leaves.
Durante la COP26, el Panel Científico por la Amazonia enfatiza la necesidad del conocimiento indígena y local para orientar las recomendaciones científicas y políticas.
National Science Foundation-funded teacher and community workshops boost disaster preparedness optimism among coastal Alaskan educators, whose communities face an array of natural hazards.