The decline in Arctic sea ice only made it to 10th place on the list in what should have been a warm summer in 2022, but the downward trend remains.
The British television station BBC returns to the icy regions of the earth eleven years after the successful documentary series “Frozen Planet”.
The U.S. government has awarded nearly US$30 million to expand hi-speed Internet to six remote Alaskan communities.
Cutting the carbon from ship emissions will not be cheap, but it does not have to be difficult
Chilean airline DAP and cruise line Royal Caribbean plan to collaborate and build a 5* hotel in Chile’s southernmost municipality.
Fin whales appear to migrate up from Antarctica as far as Chile for their wintering, a new study shows.
Greenland’s ice sheet has seen worse melting seasons than it did this year, but it has been a very long time since it has seen a good year
Greenland wants to learn even more from its neighbors Iceland and the Faroe Islands at the largest tourism fair in the North Atlantic in order to present itself as an attractive destination.
Pre-historic Alaska appears to have experienced seasonal floods capable of overwhelming a grown dinosaur
Using satellite imagery and drone imagery, researchers can develop a program that automatically detects seals on satellite images and counts them.
The Polar Tourism Guide Association wants to ensure a minimum standard for polar guides and thus make the profession more professional.
It is true that Jules Verne's main character Phileas Fogg in the novel "Around the World in 80 Days" did not start out with sailing yachts. But Oliver Heer (right) plans to win the world's toughest sailing regatta with his racing yacht (left), also with around 80...
An Arctic freshwater lake between glacial ice and seawater hosts a unique community of organisms – but for how much longer? Climate change threatens the lake.
One of America’s leading sources of science funding is putting artists and teachers where the sun doesn’t shine (for half of the year)
Global warming won’t mean the end of algae in Canada’s Arctic, but it will change the species found there
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