Climate Change Is Real. Jeremy Jones Wants to Prove It.
Alex Honnold’s Foundation Goes to Detroit
How Flood Forecasting Might Save Lives
‘The Electric Adventurer’
Why Is Fjällräven So Expensive?
A Grim Reality Check for Skiers
Guides See Climate Change Firsthand
‘Snowfarmers’: The Creators of Winter
How Coral Reefs Are Regenerating
A Lesson In Stewardship from Hawaii
Capetown Is Running Out of Water
This Country Could Be Swallowed by the Sea
End of Snow
Greenland Is Melting
A Look Into the Life of Amazon Rainforest Researchers
How Billy Barr’s Snowpack Records Helped Shape Climate Science
An Alaskan Outfitter’s Perspective on Climate Change
A Stunning Video and Spoken Word Poem Dedicated to Earth
Ultrarunner Mina Guli Completes 40th Marathon in the Mojave Desert
Ultrarunner Mina Guli Goes to Chile’s Atacama Desert
Mina Guli Runs a Marathon Alone in Antarctica
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For the third episode of 7 Deserts, a video series from The African Attachment that follows ultrarunner Mina Guli as she runs 40 marathons across seven deserts on seven continents in seven weeks, we travel to Antarctica. Here, in the world's largest desert, Guli takes on isolation from her support team and confronts the alarming science of climate change and its impact on water access. You can follow The African Attachment on Facebook here and on Instagram here.