“It’s important to be aggressive about our human rights,” international Inuit leader tells Montreal conference

With international interests increasingly active in the Arctic, it’s more important than ever that Inuit stand up for their human

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Climate change is about to divide Norway’s largest Arctic island

The front of Hornsundbreen glacier in Arctic Norway is retreating every year and will eventually open a new strait between

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Blog – Greenland isn’t for sale, but it is for lease

Even if global norms allowed America to buy Greenland, the neat redrawing of national borders and flag-raising that would follow

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Arctic fox’s rapid journey from Svalbard to Northern Canada stuns researchers

The 3,506 km long sprint of the small animal is stunning researchers. “We first did not believe it was true,”

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Faster ice melt in Greenland could mean stronger hurricanes for North America’s East Coast: study

Ice is melting in an unexpected region of Greenland at a rate that is unprecedented in the past century, according

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Blog – 2018: Recapping the year in the Arctic

Planet Earth has completed another rotation around the sun, which has now set on the Arctic for the next three

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Alaska drilling, China, and the Arctic Council handover to Iceland : Northern news to watch for in 2019

All year long, Eye on the Arctic brings you news, and newsmakers, from around the North. But as 2019 gets

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December sea ice levels in Arctic Europe at record low

It is December and European Arctic waters are free of ice way north of Svalbard and Novaya Zemlya. Norwegian Ice Service,

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Nine countries and EU set to sign ‘historic’ agreement to protect Central Arctic Ocean

Officials from five Arctic countries and five major distant fishing powers are meeting in Greenland Wednesday to sign a legally

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Feature Interview: Every Inuk needs to stand up and be counted, says new ICC chair

As global players ramp up interest in the Arctic, the organization representing the world’s Inuit wrapped up their general assembly

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Glacier half the size of Manhattan breaks off Greenland

All was quiet on June 22 as Canadian husband-and-wife scientists David and Denise Holland settled in for the night off

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World’s first round-the-Arctic luxury cruise could set sail in 2020

Luxury cruise ship will next summer sail from Nome to Tromsø via the Northern Sea Route and then to Newfoundland

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