River in northwestern Canada caused global cooling 13,000 years ago: study

A massive freshwater flood that caused a millennium-long global cooling event came from the Mackenzie River, according to a new study. Roughly 13,000 years ago,

Longread – The quest to turn Norway’s Arctic coast into Northern Europe’s wind power hub

The big winds that come in from the Barents Sea carry flush green power and profits. But developers are held back by sparse infrastructure. And

How alternatives to traditional banking can help rural Alaskans

About a dozen people, including a baby, sit in a classroom at the Knik Tribal Council office in Palmer (southcentral Alaska) discussing building a budget

As Finland’s temperatures rise, so does the threat of toxic algae

Forecasts for sizzling weather into next week will likely speed up blue-green algae growth, says the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE. The organisation said Thursday that