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Alaska, COP21& the Arctic Council: 2015 Year in Review (Part 2)

2015 has drawn to a close which means Eye on the Arctic is looking back at the year’s news and events with some of our experts from around the globe. That’s when we check in with them for their views on all »

Environment & Animal Life, International, Politics

Funding climate change adaptation essential for children’s health: UNICEF

As world leaders gather in Paris for the 21st United Nations climate change conference, UNICEF is urging countries to not only adopt tough measures to fight climate change, but invest in climate change adaptation for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable »

Economy, Environment & Animal Life, Indigenous, International, Internet, Science & Technology, Politics, Society

COP21: View from Nunavut, Canada

On the occasion of the United Nations climate change conference in Paris (November 30- December 11), Eye on the Arctic has been speaking with different indigenous leaders from across Canada’s North. In this interview series we explore how climate change is affecting »

Environment & Animal Life, International, Internet, Science & Technology, Politics

Canada doubles international contribution for developing countries climate change fund

On the eve of the international climate conference in Paris, Canada has announced it is more than doubling its previous contribution to help fight climate change in developing countries. The announcement was made Friday at the Commonwealth leaders meeting in »

International, Politics

Trudeau set for international debut

Little over a week after he was sworn in as Canada’s new prime minister, Justin Trudeau is getting set for a whirlwind diplomatic tour that would leave even a more experienced leader a bit dizzy. His diplomatic baptism by fire »

Economy, Environment & Animal Life, Indigenous, International, Politics

Feature Interview: The politics of climate

As the dust settles after Canada’s marathon 78-day federal election campaign, post mortems are being done on the issues that did, and didn’t, resonate with Canadians. Everything from the Syrian refugee crisis to terrorism dominated headlines during the campaign. But climate change issues were »