Only ambitious climate protection can preserve one-third of the tundra in Siberia, according to an AWI study.
Adventurer Chris Ramsey and Japanese car company Nissan plan to drive an all-electric SUV from the Arctic to the South Pole.
Demand is up and supply is low ahead of the summer thaw, but no shortage expected
At the Dutch Polar Symposium in The Hague, one of the issues discussed was how many visitors and what activities are compatible with nature conservation in the Arctic and Antarctic.
The massive skull bones and horn plates of muskoxen do not prevent the formation of brain damage after continuous fierce fights
The change comes after Kugluktuk eliminated limits in a 2018 vote
Understanding how ice delays eruptions will advance forecasting
America’s coast-guard brass has admitted that its new icebreakers may arrive too late
The programme sought to bring down teen pregnancies. It may have been a rights violation
Favored by climate change, more peatlands could develop in the Arctic, which in turn could sequester more carbon dioxide and thus mitigate the greenhouse effect.
The two big earthquakes took place along a part of an Alaska fault line that was due for an earthquake
A federally funded programme seeks to help make young Inuit in Nunavut more resilient
Scientists have noted the decline of numerous bird populations worldwide in a review study.
When the new generation of American icebreakers set sail, it should not come as a surprise that they will be armed
TotalEnergies is preparing for a further withdrawal from Russia. Now the French energy company announced it would set aside $4.1 billion.
Nowhere else are reindeer as well-fed as on the Spitsbergen archipelago.
The fifth time is not a charm for Norway’s ports; but it could have been worse
Research plans include mapping and assessing the current site conditions of the HMS “Erebus” and HMS “Terror” wrecks
Polar bears do not normally come as far as the south shore of the St. Lawrence River. This polar bear’s advance this far south has been its undoing.
A Korean company has successfully based the further development of its paraglider on the pectoral fins of humpback whales
The decision was expected, and the reactions are predictable
The Arctic fox is still one of Norway’s most threatened species. However, this year, it is a little less so
Walrus bones and ivory parts discovered in Kiev show how far the trade network of Greenlandic Norsemen had reached in the Middle Ages.
Located above the Arctic Circle, Shungnak expects solar power to replace as much of a fifth of its diesel consumption