A review study concludes that some polar bears are clever enough to use tools as weapons to hunt walruses.
Fossils from northwestern Canada may be remains of the oldest sponges found to date.
A data network could both provide solutions to permafrost loss and improve communication between rival Arctic nations.
A total of four floating nuclear power plants are to be built and used for the large-scale mining of raw materials in the middle of Chukotka.
Argentina wants to push ahead with the construction of an Antarctic logistics center in Uhuaia to be closer to Antarctica. But concerns are, that the US fear a possible funding from China.
British researchers show that Arctic shipping can be operated sustainably if investments are made in technical development and politically clear decisions are made.
The heat wave that has kept much of Canada and the U.S. on edge for weeks has led to mass growth of the Greenland ice sheet.
A research team is searching for energetic rare particles in the ice of Greenland to learn more about the secrets of the cosmos.
No drilling platforms between icebergs: Greenland’s government has decided to ban oil production on its territory in future and is stopping all exploration and production operations.
A new study has looked closely at the impact of Antarctic fast ice on emperor penguin colonies, analysing decades of data sets.
Endangered Yellow-nosed Albatrosses are being attacked and killed by Southern Giant Petrels on Gough Island.
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