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Editorial: Montreal crossroads
A need for planning beyond the Kyoto Protocol, due to expire in 2012.

Polar bear vulnerable
The World Conservation Union's (IUCN) Polar Bear Specialist group change the classification of the polar bear to "vulnerable".

Climate warning as Siberia melts
A million square kilometres across the permafrost of western Siberia is turning into a mass of shallow lakes as the ground melts.

Canada opposed to drilling in Arctic Refuge
The Canadian government and Canadian native groups oppose drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

New vegetation may accelerate arctic warming
Warming in the Arctic is stimulating the growth of vegetation and could  cause additional climate warming.

A plan for the Sahtu
A land use plan for the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada is providing hope that important cultural and ecological zones will be protected before major industrial development begin.

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Arctic Bulletin 0305<br>
Cover: Alla Innokentivna, a
Dolgan woman, with her fouryear-
old son ... 
Arctic Bulletin 0305 Cover: Alla Innokentivna, a Dolgan woman, with her fouryear- old son Vassilly, dressed in traditional winter clothing, Taymyr, Northern Siberia, Russia. Photo: Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography /