The British television station BBC returns to the icy regions of the earth eleven years after the successful documentary series “Frozen Planet”.
Increasingly independent Greenland wants to move closer to Denmark, if only temporally
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)
Arctic Hub and the University of Greenland search for the best communicator among future researchers in Greenland via TV competition
The “Swiss Polar Class” program by the Swiss Polar Institute brings the Arctic and Antarctic into Swiss classrooms and society.
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
An unusually severe tropical storm that hit southern Brazil also claimed the lives of many marine animals, including nearly 600 Magellanic penguins.
The year 2022 marks the 75th anniversary of the Australian government’s Antarctic research program. It all started in 1947 with the founding of the “Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions”.
The new arrivals will provide much needed summer help and give provincial authorities some time to find a long-term solution
The death of walrus Freya has moved many people worldwide and led to a lot of criticism towards Norwegian authorities. Polish author Piotr Sordyl has created a short story about Freya and the handling of society with the Arctic visitor.
Solving Iqaluit’s water problems will mean addressing the amount of water that goes into its reservoir, not how much flows out of it
Despite greater recognition worldwide, player shortages plague Greenland women’s football, which is calling for help from the national federation.
An attack by a polar bear on a group of campers in the northwestern part of Isfjord has left one injured and the polar bear dead.
Around 1,300 kilometers of fiber optic cable are currently being laid to provide the Aleutian Islands in Alaska with high-speed Internet.
In the Fagradalsfjall area on the Reyjaknes Peninsula, where a volcano erupted last year, a new eruption has been recorded after nearly eight months of dormancy.
Johannes Rivoire has avoided previous efforts to force him to stand trial for sexual abuse in Nunavut
Friederike Krüger, teacher, speaker and MOSAiC participant, calls for science to be more open to the public so that findings can be shared with everyone.
The excitement was great when a young African penguin at Salzburg Zoo went missing. After a search operation lasting several hours, the animal was finally found in a cornfield.
Not only in Alaska, but also in the neighboring Canadian territories of Yukon and Northwest Territories, the tundra and numerous forest areas are burning.
Almost 40,000 Inuit in Arctic Canada can now use Facebook in their native language.
Inflation does not stop at zoological gardens and aquariums. Now the penguins and otters refuse cheaper food and have gone on strike.
British Antarctic Territory, Falkland Islands, and South Georgia have issued a series of stamps to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death and in honor of Sir Ernest Shackleton.
In June, Alaska, Svalbard, and other Arctic regions reported unusually high temperatures, some of which reached record levels.
The book “Polar bears – Beloved & Betrayed” describes in a more understandable way why polar bear conservation is not consistently implemented by stakeholders.