Basler Kantonalbank is using the Antarctic and Arctic in Basel to promote more sustainable financial investments.
Fishing in the Arctic is increasingly becoming a political issue with disputes between Norway and the EU and new announcements from Russia.
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The Greenland Government authorises the French company “Orano” SA to carry out test drilling under certain health and safety conditions.
A Canadian mining company announces that they have found a 157.4 carat diamond of exceptional quality.
On December 28, 2020, information about the loss of the ship “Onega” was received in the control room of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Murmansk region.
The UK-EU trade deal on Brexit does not apply to the Falkland Islands.
Things are progressing rapidly with OneWeb – 36 satellites have already been put back into orbit and will be operational in the Arctic for the first time from December 2021.
The Russian nuclear freighter “Sevmorput” must now continue its journey home without its evacuated captain.
That is likely to further annoy President Trump: the last major US bank refuses to finance exploration projects in the Arctic.
The first phase of offshore research as part of the trans-Arctic cable link has been completed.
The battle for drilling rights in the largest Arctic Nture reserve in the United States has gained momentum and the two sides are increasing the pressure on each other.
The arrival of the “Sevmorput” was planned for the beginning of November at the Antarctic “Progress” station. But for the past three weeks, the ship has been sailing zig-zag courses off Angola.
More than 70,000 cubic meters of industrial waste in Russia’s Arctic zones could be processed into fuel.
Never before have such large quantities of cargo been transported along the Northeast Passage. In total, it was 22.98 million tonnes.
On the maiden voyage of the icebreaker “Arktika”, the temptation to make a detour to the North Pole on the first trip was enormous.
As more and more Hope Bay gold mine workers are infected with COVID-19, the incident is now being described as an outbreak.
The Norwegian Fisheries Directorate has cleaned the seabed of more than 100 tonnes of lost fishing equipment.
China may have an interest in buying Hurtigruten, securing a mainstay at the western end of its Arctic Silk Road.
The British government and India’s Bharti Group secure funding and launch more OneWeb satellites into Earth orbit
After pausing for years, Shell wants to resume its activities in the Arctic, provided that partners can be found for the ventures.
The trawler “Northguider”, which ran aground in the Hinlopen in 2018, has now been finally disposed of.
The first phase of test drilling for ore extraction on the south island of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago has been completed.
New Zealand has amended its regulations on fisheries. This should prevent the death of thousands of seabirds.