Arctic news and updates
New US government video shows changing world of walrus
A new video produced by the United States Geological Survey highlights the challenges changing ...
Wildlife trade experts say climate, not commercial trade, is primary threat to polar bears
A new report from the wildlife trade monitoring organization TRAFFIC concludes that the major ...
Lack of ice forces walruses to shore
Walruses are heading for land on Alaska’s northern shore. Sea ice is their preferred platform for ...
Important Marine Areas in the Arctic
Conservation of the Arctic marine environment, its ecosystems and species is essential for keeping ...
Stronger safeguards for Arctic drilling needed: UK MPs
A new report from the Environmental Audit Committee of the United Kingdom House of Commons calls ...
Record Arctic ice low drives urgent global action
Today's announcement of a record low for Arctic sea ice extent shows the need for urgent local and ...
Shell proves itself unprepared for Arctic drilling
Shell Oil Company's latest incident in the Arctic—damage to its so-called Arctic containment ...
Arctic sea ice cracks record low, and more to go
The Arctic sea ice extent has hit its lowest extent since satellite records began, according ...
Prirazlomnaya oil spill would threaten Russian Arctic with irreparable disaster: study
Harsh conditions in Russia's Pechora Sea coupled with an inadequate oil spill response plan mean ...
Expedition prepares for tourism in Russia's Arctic
As Russia's Arctic opens up to tourism, employees of the national park “Russian Arctic” were ...
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