The psychological study of winterers in polar stations reveals the importance of feeling able to act on one’s environment to compensate for the aggressions of daily life.
Research has confirmed that the currently circulating form of the HPAI-H5N1 avian influenza virus also circulated in Greenland last year.
The Arctic Winter Games bring together the youth of the North Pole in McMurray, Alberta, Canada. The spirit of these games is unique.
Their habitat is dwindling faster and faster, and many polar bears are having great difficulty finding enough food, which is increasingly pushing them onto land.
British polar adventurer Captain Preet Chandi set a new world record during her Antarctic expedition, but now has to break off the expedition.
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The Inuit Organization for the Management of Wildlife in Nunavik wants to show scientifically that a beluga hunting ban has been a bad decision.
An arctic visitor has enraptured numerous people in Scarborough and ensured that the turn of the year went off without fireworks.
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With her new book “NAchruf auf die Arktis” (Obituary for the Arctic), journalist, polar expert and author Birgt Lutz not only wants to show the problems of the Arctic using Svalbard as an example, but also to give courage for solutions
The TV format “Paasisavut” plans on bringing research projects in Greenland closer to the population via a casting show and has now presented its five finalists.
Can equality be guaranteed in a judicial system after centuries of unequal treatment? Guest author Mirjana Binggeli takes a look at this question among the Inuit in Nunavik in northern Canada.
As of February, international travelers will also have to pass through passport controls upon arrival in Svalbard… or not.
“Twice Colonized” was selected by the Sundance jury and will premiere at the festival in January.
Germany’s iconic research icebreaker “Polarstern” celebrates its 40th anniversary in one of the most beautiful places in the world, South Georgia.
The record attempt of the Italian extreme athlete Omar Di Felice to cross Antarctica by bicycle has failed.
To further strengthen research in Antarctica and provide financial stimulus to young researchers, three of them will receive grants from three major institutions.
A brand new project aims to use a new approach to make vegetable and herb cultivation in Arctic regions more sustainable, and is receiving an award for its efforts.
The Greenlandic organization MIO is awarded the prestigious UNICEF Award by UNICEF Denmark for its efforts to uphold children’s rights in Greenland.
The Sea Women Expeditions team will be in northern Norway promoting marine mammal research on the one hand and gender equality on the other during an expedition.
Greenlandic diabetics have a unique and more treatable form of the disease than in the rest of Europe, which could have implications for the future.
A British Antarctic Survey research team has created an artificial intelligence to help find the best route through pack ice.
A new study shows which countries and which types of fisheries are most likely to shut down their identification systems and thus could be counted as illegal fishing.