The Week Ahead: All Europe’s their stage

The Week Ahead: All Europe’s their stage

Say Eurovision to anyone in Europe and they will immediately know what you are talking about. For everyone else, there is nothing you can...
As the Arctic warms, boreal forest fires are becoming a deadlier threat

As the Arctic warms, boreal forest fires are becoming a deadlier...

As winter begins to loosen its grip on the landscape and thoughts turn to the summer that lies ahead, there is more discussion than...
How a citizen journalist network could transform the Arctic’s Indigenous communities

How a citizen journalist network could transform the Arctic’s Indigenous communities

Migration is a serious problem for the Arctic’s future. According to Canada’s 2016 demographic reports, Arctic rural populations will decline 19 percent by 2025,...
The Week Ahead: Range excitement

The Week Ahead: Range excitement

You may not know it, but your car — or at least a test version of it — has probably been put through its...
The new Alaska budget threatens critical Arctic research — and the state’s economy

The new Alaska budget threatens critical Arctic research — and the...

The University of Alaska Fairbanks often describes itself as “America’s Arctic University,” and it’s earned that reputation over the decades from its leading role...
Nunavut MP opposes Canada’s federal Indigenous languages bill

Nunavut MP opposes Canada’s federal Indigenous languages bill

Nunavut’s Hunter Tootoo was the sole MP to vote against the second reading of Bill C-91, a proposed Indigenous languages law on Wednesday, Feb....
A breakthrough in an Alaska cold-case murder shines a light on violence against Indigenous women in the Arctic

A breakthrough in an Alaska cold-case murder shines a light on...

On April 26, 1993, the body of a young woman was found in a bathroom at University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Sophie Sergie, a 20-year-old Yupik...
Russia’s Northern Sea Route sees record cargo volume in 2018

Russia’s Northern Sea Route sees record cargo volume in 2018

Russia’s Northern Sea Route saw another record-setting year in 2018 as 18 million tons of cargo traveled along the country’s Arctic coastline. This compares...
Spurred by Chinese and Russian activity, EU President Juncker is making the Arctic more central to EU policy

Spurred by Chinese and Russian activity, EU President Juncker is making...

Just as it is in Russia and in China, the Arctic is rapidly rising to the top of the political agenda of the European...
The Week Ahead: Clearing the air

The Week Ahead: Clearing the air

The good news first: Between 2001 and 2018, a Russian smelting operation on the Kola peninsula owned by Nornickel reduced emissions of sulfur dioxide,...