When Francine Compton saw many Inuit frustrated by a recent article in the New York Times, she didn’t want to read it.
After years of negotiations and planning in the Sámi Parliament, the Finnish government has agreed to the formation of a
Ex-border inspector Frode Berg is now on his way home to Kirkenes, Arctic Norway after 23 months in FSB’s notorious
It is hoped over fifty municipalities in central Sweden will work together to fight forest fires. After the huge fires
Russian state experts approve construction plans for the Pavlovskoye seaport in the remote and heavy militarized Arctic archipelago in northern
Three U.S. B-52 strategic bombers; P8 maritime patrol aircraft, tankers and a RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft were flying over the Barents
As the Earth warms up, the Arctic Ocean’s year-round ice cover is reducing at an alarming rate. Over the past
Iceland will host an international symposium on plastics in the Arctic and sub-Arctic this April to share best practices and