Relatives of the ancestors of today’s primates, and thus of humans, lived on the Arctic island of Ellesmere 52 million years ago.
Research has confirmed that the currently circulating form of the HPAI-H5N1 avian influenza virus also circulated in Greenland last year.
The Arctic Winter Games bring together the youth of the North Pole in McMurray, Alberta, Canada. The spirit of these games is unique.
The Norwegian Environment Agency recommends that the government set limits to increasing tourism in Svalbard and proposes a series of tougher measures.
Their habitat is dwindling faster and faster, and many polar bears are having great difficulty finding enough food, which is increasingly pushing them onto land.
On the occasion of the “Ever Deadly” documentary release, we show one of the most innovative contemporary inuit artists, Tanja Tagaq, a renowned throat singer, songwriter and author.
Climate change is not a game. The entire planet has long since been affected by change. The exhibition “50 Shapes of Prey” shows how diverse the interactions of these changes are.
In the regions of Greenland where it is supposed to be coldest, researchers found a warming within ten years that was unprecedented in the last 1,000 years.
Microplastic concentrations are much lower than in other parts of the Arctic Ocean, but still dangerous to the marine ecosystem.
In Greenland, a two-tier society remains when it comes to communications technology, as provider TUSASS does not want to lay a fiber-optic cable to the east.
Until now, Greenlanders have hardly been involved in research projects on their land. The new strategy aims to change this.
Two prominent polar bear researchers are calling for the southeast Greenland polar bear population to be completely protected because of its special genetics.
From now on, you can also find our articles and information in French and more platforms are also in the pipeline.
If we continue as before and fail to limit global warming to 1.5°C, most glaciers will have disappeared by the end of the century.
The Canadian government has extended a ban on oil and gas production along the country’s Arctic coast, much to the chagrin of representatives of the Northwest Territories.
KSAT, which operates a network for satellite communications in polar regions, is supporting a NOAA project to observe solar storms.
The Greenlandic airline Air Greenland has not only received a new flagship, but has also developed its service for this year.
Set in a village in Greenland, this Danish film tells the compelling, dramatic story of two sisters.
A study shows that beavers have been moving further and further into Alaska over the past 40 years, causing effects that can be seen from space.
Climate change may be responsible for turning streams and rivers in Alaska’s Arctic orange.
The Inuit Organization for the Management of Wildlife in Nunavik wants to show scientifically that a beluga hunting ban has been a bad decision.
An arctic visitor has enraptured numerous people in Scarborough and ensured that the turn of the year went off without fireworks.
By 2024, AARI will deploy a high-precision hydrometeorological network in the marine and coastal parts of the Russian Arctic based on drifting buoys.
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