Canadian, Icelandic universities team up for migration conference

Canada’s University of Manitoba and the University of Iceland’s Vigdís Finnbogadóttir Institute of Foreign Languages at will team up later

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Reservoir impoundment puts Atlantic Inuit culture at the “point of no return,” says Indigenous leader

The president of Nunatsiavut, the Inuit region of the Atlantic Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, says the beginning of

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Russia, China to do joint research in Arctic Siberia

Chinese and Russian scientists part of the China-Russia Arctic Research Center have announced their first joint project together will be

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July may surpass hottest month in recorded history says World Meteorological Organization

July at least equalled, and may even have surpassed, being the hottest month in recorded history, says the World Meteorological

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Iceland glacier lost to climate change to get memorial ceremony this month

Iceland’s Okjökull glacier, or should we say former glacier, will be getting a memorial service this month when a delegation

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Greenland issues new exploration, prospecting licences to Anglo American

Greenland’s Ministry of Mineral Resources and Labour has granted British multinational Anglo American a series of licences in western Greenland.

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Pinpointing larvae hotspots can help guide intn’l krill fishing industry in Antarctica: study

New research published this month is shedding light on where Antarctic krill larvae gather, providing important information for future management

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2019 Arctic wildfire season ‘unprecedented’ say experts

June and July are shaping up to be the most intense Arctic wildfire periods on record with blazes raging everywhere

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