The Swiss Polar Institute SPI has launched its two announced research initiatives (flagship initiatives), including one in southern Greenland
America’s coast-guard brass has admitted that its new icebreakers may arrive too late
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.
The fifth time is not a charm for Norway’s ports; but it could have been worse
Currently, India has two operational research stations in Antarctica, Maitri and Bharati. The Maitri station is in urgent need of refurbishment and modernization after 35 years of operation.
In June, numerous experts will gather at an international symposium on Cryosphere and Climate Change in Davos in honor of Konrad Steffen.
Hunters are convinced they can eat their narwhals and have them too
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has not formed Britain’s Arctic defence strategy, but it has made its publication incredibly timely
Norwegians and Russians can usually get along. More money for Norway’s spy agency aims to help keep things that way even as the war grinds on
Following the discussions in Europe about continuing to purchase gas from Russia, Russian gas producers are now challenged and are looking for new sales markets in the East.
It had become necessary to break up the cabinet in order to save it
But it needs anchoring to be sustainable
Copenhagen’s response to the war in Ukraine is putting relations in the Kingdom of Denmark to the test
Finland’s choice of its next fighter jet is a much about keeping its friends close as its enemies away
Alison Blake takes office as the new governor in July 2022, 40 years after the liberation of the Falkland Islands.
Royal Navy sailors showed their support and solidarity with the people of Ukraine when they visited Vernadsky Station in Antarctica.
Argentina is moving forward with its Antarctic structure program and has laid the foundation stone for its new logistics base in Ushuaia and commissioned a new polar vessel.
Actually, a Soyuz rocket was supposed to put 36 satellites of “OneWeb” into orbit next Saturday. Shortly before the planned launch, Roscosmos imposes conditions that are almost impossible to meet.
The Arctic Council, currently chaired by Russia, will cease its activities until further notice, the seven remaining council members have announced.
Improved ice charts and competence of ship crews and internationally regulated shipping to the North Pole are among the proposals of the Norwegian Cruise Committee.
The Morrison government will expand Australia’s presence in Antarctica with an $800 million cash injection to better monitor the Australian territory.
To protect whales, WWF Russia reports that shipping in the Bering Strait and narrow areas of the Northern Sea Route need to be restricted.
Arctic sea ice extent grew faster than average in the winter of 2021/22, bucking the trend of ice melt, reaching record levels in January 2022.