The Big and Little of Climate Change

Earth’s Biggest Mountain Melts as One of Nature’s Tiny Bugs Looms Large

View of Mount Everest from Base Camp, Khumjung, Nepal | Martin Jernberg,

By Douglas John Imbrogno

ONE | Chomolungma Weeps

What image appears when you hear “sherpa”? Doubtless for many of us, a cinematic image pops into mind. Slight, brown-skinned men nimbly hauling heavy rucksacks, leading folks from around the world with frosted goggles up Mount…