Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 18, 2022
Former White House climate advisor Molly Kawahata reflects on her time in the Obama Administration, her personal struggle with mental health, and her love of alpine climbing to create a positive vision of how we can respond to the climate crisis.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2022
The Wind River runs deep for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes. They pray alongside the river. They pray for the river. They pray with the river. But what happens when your river is highjacked by a ruthless system that would stop at nothing to control the resource?
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 05, 2022
Plastics are essential to building durable, high-performance clothing. But they’re also accelerating the environmental crisis, from the fossil fuels used to make materials like polyester to the plastic pollution that piles up once that clothing has been tossed.
Type: Event
Date Posted: Apr 27, 2022
While it’s impossible to predict what summer 2022 will look like, there are a few things we know for sure: the WMS has enjoyed meeting and learning alongside its members from around the world, and we will offer a virtual option to those unable to travel to Snowmass, CO.
Type: Event
Date Posted: Apr 27, 2022
Viewline Resort Snowmass100 Elbert Lane Snowmass Village, CO 81615July 31 – August 4, 2022
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 24, 2022
Water will erase Newtok, Alaska. To keep their culture and community intact, the Yup’ik residents must relocate their entire village upriver while battling government inertia. They will become some of America’s first climate refugees.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 17, 2022
Billy Yang, ultra-trail runner and friends take us on his journey of the double journey over 48 miles of hiking/running and over 11,000 feet of climbing.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 06, 2022
“How do you find tiny caterpillars in the wild? How does habitat management impact their survival? And once butterflies emerge, where do they go?
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 13, 2022
Shawn Hayes leads a life of devotion. For him, falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s his life’s work. As an American falconry ambassador, he’s carved a space for himself where people of color haven’t always been welcome.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 13, 2022
For thousands of years, the Amazon rainforest has provided food, water and spiritual connection for its Indigenous inhabitants and the world.