More than 9,000 tons of waste still need to be removed from the territory of the Russian Arctic National Park which is mainly located on Franz Josef Land.
A few days ago, the U.S. celebrated the Marine Mammal Protection Act – for almost 50 years, marine mammals have been protected in the U.S. and for all U.S. citizens and institutions.
The British Antarctic Survey and WWF are looking for citizen scientists to help protect walruses by assisting with a population census.
Researchers have used experiments to unravel how certain forms of patterned ground develop.
Reindeer are one of the farthest north living large mammals and inhabit circumpolar tundra areas in large numbers.
New archaeological finds of bone material from a cave system provide evidence that large mammals lived in northern Norway during the Ice Age.
After years of struggling to address atrocities committed against indigenous people under Canadian colonial rule, the first national commemoration day honoring the victims is being observed today.
As “Kronstadt Marine Plan” informed, the “Arktika” came to Kronstadt for repairs on August 11. The replacement of the right propeller engine took a month.
India discussed the possibility of LNG purchases together with the acquisition of a stake in Novatek’s Arctic LNG 2 project at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.
In a recent study, scientists examined the characteristics of the clicking sounds wild beluga whales emit for echolocation.
At the “Safety Arctic 2021” conference in Murmansk, Russian proposed plans for its development of safety and economic growth along the Northern Sea Route. PolarJournal attended the meeting and talked to experts.
This book is like a small expedition: experience unique encounters with blue whales, reindeer, polar bears and walruses. Feel the endless expanse of wild Arctic nature.
Over the last few days, Russia has held a large interdepartmental exercise to protect the Arctic environment against force majeure events and one exercise took place in Murmansk
In a country famous for its lack of roads, cars are taking centre stage when Greenland will host the Arctic edition of Extreme-E Off-Road racing this weekend.
Situated in the middle of Bern, the Cerny Museum specializes in art and culture of the Arctic and is probably unique in Europe and has gained fame far beyond Switzerland’s borders.