Two of the nearly 100 people on a ship stuck in an ice floe for a year explain what it's like to live in polar darkness while studying how the Arctic's climate is changing.
Hannah Fairfield"All the colors disappear — just the white snow and the ice and the black of everything behind, on this completely frozen landscape. There’s a feeling of being on some different planet or moon."
A Trump administration program to help states prepare for natural disasters has become a window into the tortured political language of talking about climate change.
Hannah Fairfield"Texas refers to 'changing coastal conditions' and South Carolina talks about the 'destabilizing effects and unpredictability' of being hit by three major storms in four years" by @cflav