Climate kicks off Canada’s French-language leaders’ debate, but no mention of Inuit or Arctic

Canada’s federal leaders came out swinging on climate during Thursday’s French-language debate, as global warming increasingly emerges as a dominant

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Finnish and US Presidents agree on Arctic security policies

Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and U.S. President Donald Trump discussed Arctic issues, including security and the environment, during their meeting

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Sea level rise to provoke ‘profound governance challenges’ & ‘difficult social choices’ says UN climate report

Climate change in the world’s polar regions is affecting every corner of the planet and urgent action is needed to

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Long read – The Arctic railway: Building a future or destroying a culture?

The Arctic railway project from Rovaniemi, Finland to Kirkenes, Norway caused heated debate in Europe until it was tanked by

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Blog – Canada’s new Arctic policy doesn’t stick the landing

On Tuesday, just hours before the 2019 federal election was called, the Liberals released their long-awaited Arctic and Northern Policy

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Putin, Modi work on Arctic cooperation during Russia meeting

Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi’s visit to the Russian far east this week included focus on Arctic LNG, the Northern

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U.S. ratifies moratorium on fishing in High Arctic seas

The United States has become the fourth jurisdiction after Canada, the European Union and Russia to ratify a landmark international

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Floating nuclear power plant leaves Murmansk for Russia’s eastern Arctic

Tugs start towing floating nuclear power plant across the Northern Sea Route from Murmansk to Chukotka in what is just

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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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Radiation seeping out from 30-year-old nuclear-sub wreck in Norwegian Sea

One sample taken from an open ventilation hole of the wrecked Soviet nuclear-powered submarine shows levels of about 800 Becquerel

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Finnish EU presidency to work on stronger Arctic policy, climate change mitigation

Mitigation of climate change must be at the heart of our Arctic policy, the Finnish government says as it takes

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Ottawa must raise funding for climate science or risk falling behind, scientists say

Inadequate government funding for climate research in Canada is causing highly-qualified climate scientists to leave the country, says a new

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