American engineers exit Russia, leaving Arctic LNG projects in doubt

American engineers exit Russia, leaving Arctic LNG projects in doubt

U.S oil service company Baker Hughes will no longer provide engineering services to Russian LNG developers. That creates another serious headache for Novatek's LNG projects...
Russian renewable energy projects could soon lose foreign partners

Russian renewable energy projects could soon lose foreign partners

Finnish energy company Fortum is exiting Russia, and the same could soon be the case with Enel and other western companies “In addition to the...
Tanya Tagaq album on long list for 2022 Polaris Music Prize

Tanya Tagaq album on long list for 2022 Polaris Music Prize

Renowned musician, Order of Canada member and Juno award winner Tanya Tagaq’s album Tongues is on the long list for the 2022 Polaris Music...
Isolated Greenland polar bear population adapts to climate change

Isolated Greenland polar bear population adapts to climate change

WASHINGTON — An isolated population of polar bears in Greenland has made a clever adaptation to the decline in the sea ice they depend...
Greenland PM calls for closer US ties in Washington visit

Greenland PM calls for closer US ties in Washington visit

Greenland Prime Minister Múte B. Egede on Wednesday pushed for stronger political and economic ties between his country and the United States in his...
Russia plans to reconstruct an abandoned Kola Peninsula military airport

Russia plans to reconstruct an abandoned Kola Peninsula military airport

As part of a major upgrade of Northern Fleet airstrips in the European Arctic, the Severomorsk-2 airstrip that was shut down in 1998 will...
Lower Yukon River wildfire is among Alaska’s largest tundra fires on record

Lower Yukon River wildfire is among Alaska’s largest tundra fires on...

A wildfire that has scorched 153,505 acres near the Bering Sea mouth of the Yukon River is now Alaska’s largest tundra fire in 15...
Trade, Minerals, and the Green Transition in Greenland: A Conversation with Prime Minister Múte B. Egede

Trade, Minerals, and the Green Transition in Greenland: A Conversation with...

Greenland Prime Minister Múte B. Egede speaks about the challenges the country faces in developing its natural resources in a safe and sustainable way...
How encroaching trees could pose a serious long-term threat to Arctic tundra

How encroaching trees could pose a serious long-term threat to Arctic...

As the Arctic heats up, forests that are migrating northward could displace vast stretches of tundra in the Russian Arctic — under some scenarios,...
2 Nunavik wildfires caused by people, says fire official

2 Nunavik wildfires caused by people, says fire official

Nunavik’s forest fire season has started with two blazes: one near Kangiqsualujjuaq and another near Umiujaq. The fire near Kangiqsualujjuaq, in Kuururjuaq National Park, was...