A map of the world based on food costs as a percentage of income compared with incidence of juvenile malnutrition. The size of the country represents the percentage spent on food. The darker the color, the higher the rate of malnutrition.
The melting of the Muir Glacier in Alaska, 1891 and 2005 (Pic: G. Hazard in 1891 and by Bruce F. Molnia in Courtesy of the Glacier Photograph Collection. Boulder, Colorado, US and the National Snow and Ice Data Center/World Data Center for Glaciology)