It's Earth Day tomorrow! These past few weeks I've been learning much about the world's glaciers and specifically the Mendenhall Glacier. It truly is a sight to behold however it's retreating quickly. The snout of the glacier, otherwise known as the terminus, has retreated 580 meters (.4 miles) since 1948. That doesn't sound like much but seeing the current location of the terminus compared to where it was in 1948 is staggering. I actually see climate change in affect and it concerns me. It also makes me appreciate the natural wonders of this world more. Together, we can practice those leave no trace ethics for a better world.