The leaders of the Gwich’in in the Yukon call on opponents of oil drilling in Alaska’s nature reserve to intensify their efforts.
The world’s most powerful diesel-electric icebreaker “Viktor Chernomyrdin” is scheduled to go into operation on November 1, 2020.
The Trump administration has completed a plan to approve oil and gas drilling in national nature reserves.
Over the next few years, ROSATOM plans to lift six of the most radioactive objects in the Kara and Barents Seas.
A secret project of the U.S. military from ‘Cold War’ times and the toxic waste hidden in it could soon be a topic of discussion.
Argentina’s government has once again increased its rhetoric and claims towards the Falkland Islands, despite or because of crises.
New Zealand has amended its regulations on fisheries. This should prevent the death of thousands of seabirds.
The Royal Canadian Navy enters a new era. With the “HMCS Harry DeWolf” it receives a warship for the Arctic.
A bill in the U.S. Congress wants to expand the polar bear denning protection zone in the largest U.S. nature reserve and protect it from oil exploration.
Like many other environmental regulations, the Trump administration recently reversed a ban on cruel hunting practices on Alaska’s wildlife
As early as mid-July, the Northern Sea Route was almost ice-free, and on July 20 there was completely open water over the entire sea route.
Russia has changed its mind about modifying the North-East Passage due to possible contradictions with international law.
New rules for entry into Greenland will deal a death blow to the last cruises to Greenland
The Russian army is making history.
American Seafoods announces that 85 crew members of the “American Triumph” have tested positive for COVID-19.
Rosatomflot announces that some nuclear icebreakers will be approved for another 50,000 operating hours.
The first paved runway in Antarctica is one step closer to reality. Australia is moving forward with its plans.
Russian fisheries set fishing quotas for saithe in the Chukchi Sea in 2020.
No COVID-19 cases have occurred since the resumption of passenger flights, but Greenland is extending its entry requirements.
As the booking figures are not exactly intoxicating, the Greenland government has announced further support.
The ministry is developing new measures to encourage people to live and work in the Arctic.
A year after an accident, Russia’s weapons designers say the test launch of the Poseidon underwater drone will now take place.
A new port near Indiga could be an attractive trade route through the Eurasian continent.
Radio communications have long been an issue for the Norwegian armed forces. A new research project is intended to provide a solution.