We haven’t seen Columbia’s new exhibit on cultural responses to climate change yet, but New Scientist has. We did get to one of the opening events: a panel from Cape Farewell talked about their work bringing artists on expeditions to the Arctic. From the other side of the world, but similarly relevant, check out these stunning pictures of Antarctic glacial caves. And here are more pictures from Antarctica. Did you know they have types of clouds that aren’t found anywhere else on Earth?
Like everyone else, we spent much of the week trying to keep up with news from Japan. The National Post has a full and frightening collection of pictures. The Red Cross can take donations to help, as can Doctors Without Borders. And here’s a useful run-down of how reactors like the one at Fukushima work.