Norway has joined the rest of Europe in isolating Russia. But as a country bordering Russia, it’s feeling the effects more immediately than others — in everything from climate action and nuclear waste control to cross-border trade.
Finland’s ambassador said that for the first time in the country’s history, the majority of its citizens support membership in NATO.
When people pass away in Utqiaġvik, the family reaches out to a team of volunteer gravediggers, and they take time off from their jobs, bring their tools and get to work, asking for nothing in return.
Almost 25 years ago to the day, the Polar Star’s sister ship set the previous record.
The United States and six other member nations of the Arctic Council are boycotting talks in Russia to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
U.S. and Russian scientists are using less invasive technology to get a more complete survey of the walrus population in the Bering Strait region.
Each year, the crew maneuvers the nearly 400-foot, 13,000-ton icebreaker to cut a channel to McMurdo Station, the U.S. Antarctic Program’s logistics hub.
Scientists also discussed the impacts of climate change on Native life in the Arctic.
Arctic methane explosions — and the scientists who love to study them — are the focus of the newest episode of the public television program Nova.
Beavers are moving to the Arctic as the Alaska tundra heats up and the beaver population rebounds after centuries of trapping. A study published in December shows the small, industrious mammal is accelerating climate change in the north.