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...
Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau apologizes for historic mistreatment of Inuit TB patients

Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau apologizes for historic mistreatment of Inuit TB...

Inuit in Iqaluit who listened to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologize Friday for the federal government’s mismanagement of the tuberculosis epidemic among Inuit between...
Why international Arctic researchers are eager to get trapped in sea ice

Why international Arctic researchers are eager to get trapped in sea...

In 1893, Fridtjof Nansen set out on one of the great expeditions in world history, deliberately trapping his ship in the ice to drift...
How an Alaska professor’s pop-up book aims to spread awareness of marine plastic pollution

How an Alaska professor’s pop-up book aims to spread awareness of...

An Alaska art professor’s concern about the marine environment has combined with her passion for pop-up books to produce a colorful three-dimensional tool to...
Linking Singapore, Asia, and the Arctic

Linking Singapore, Asia, and the Arctic

 A small city state nestled just shy of the equator, Singapore is not the first place that springs to mind when one thinks of...
Deleting a policy report won’t stop Alaska climate change

Deleting a policy report won’t stop Alaska climate change

It was not a big surprise that the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation deleted a new climate change report from its website on the...
Trump’s reversal on Alaska ocean mapping will help the Arctic

Trump’s reversal on Alaska ocean mapping will help the Arctic

An international effort to create a definitive map of the ocean floor by 2030 will get a boost from the Trump administration’s plan to...
Why human trafficking is a serious — but mostly invisible — problem in Alaska

Why human trafficking is a serious — but mostly invisible —...

Kimberly Larson remembers the first time she was approached by human traffickers.She was 12 years old, walking downtown in Anchorage, and strangers pulled over...
Why we need to create an Arctic aerosol-monitoring network — quickly

Why we need to create an Arctic aerosol-monitoring network — quickly

As a third-year graduate student working on climate modeling, I’ve come to realize that our ability to make predictions about the future is only...
Teach code to Arctic children to empower a new generation

Teach code to Arctic children to empower a new generation

The Arctic should teach its kids to code.In Barack Obama’s words, “In the new economy, computer science isn’t an optional skill – it’s a...