A Swedish-British research team has made spectacular fossil discoveries in East Greenland that could show how early land vertebrates evolved.
The Arctic Circle, the largest non-political network in the Arctic, plans to build a center to facilitate dialogue among various Arctic stakeholders.
The more sea ice disappears in the Arctic, the higher is the acidification of the ocean there, shows a study by an international research team.
Sea ice off the East coast of Greenland prevents moist air from the South from reaching western Spitsbergen. But due to climate change, this barrier is lacking more often.
After a construction period of 3½ years at the Admirality shipyard in St. Petersburg, “Severny Polyus” is now in service in the Arctic for the first time.
To better secure Greenland and the Faroe Islands, the Joint Arctic Command urgently needs more resources from the Danish state, both financially and in terms of personnel.
One of them is more troubling than the other
More countries are sending envoys to Greenland. It will not always be clear to them whether they have come to the right place
Cutting the carbon from ship emissions will not be cheap, but it does not have to be difficult
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
Pre-historic Alaska appears to have experienced seasonal floods capable of overwhelming a grown dinosaur
Increasingly independent Greenland wants to move closer to Denmark, if only temporally
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
The Arctic is changing its status as a low tension area. This also has a severe impact on scientific collaborations among nations and could lead to a big gap in valuable scientific data, says Dr. Ekaterina Uryupova, expert Senior Research Fellow at The Arctic Institute.
The state’s governor is looking to make sure that future payments are not political calculations
Arctic Hub and the University of Greenland search for the best communicator among future researchers in Greenland via TV competition
The navy’s newest warship won’t be fighting any wars
Two mayors in Greenland are calling for a cap of 1,000 cruise passengers per day in their regions. So things could get tight for cruise lines.
The “Swiss Polar Class” program by the Swiss Polar Institute brings the Arctic and Antarctic into Swiss classrooms and society.
As with all the other resources Greenland could be supplying the world, cost is an object
The Gruve 7 coal mine in Svalbard has signed a supply contract with the Swiss chemical company Clariant and will continue to send coal to Germany until 2025.
It takes a feat of municipal planning to move a town. As the climate worsens, people may want to study how one Swedish council did it