When Climate Change Came for My Favorite Glacier


As a college student, writer Julia Rosen spent a summer on Alaska’s Taku Glacier, which kept growing for decades in spite of warming temperatures. Now, she reckons with its uncertain fate.

Read the essay in Outside.

Taku Glacier sprawls across nearly 300 square miles of ice-sharpened mountains on Alaska’s Juneau Icefield. (Credit: Julia Rosen)