Nordic PMs sign climate declaration at Iceland meeting

A meeting of Nordic Prime Ministers ended in Reykjavik, Iceland on Tuesday with the signing of a joint declaration on

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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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Indigenous participation key to Arctic development, Inuit activist tells Economic Forum of the Americas

Full Inuit participation will be key to long-term sustainable development in the Arctic as well as helping the world confront

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Better wildfire & agriculture management among recommendations from Arctic Council black carbon expert group

Better wildfire management and improved agricultural practices have been added to a list of black carbon and methane mitigation recommendations

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U.S., Russia thwarting black carbon reduction efforts in Arctic, says Finland

Black carbon pollution remains a pressing concern in the Arctic, but the U.S. and Russia are thwarting regional co-operation efforts

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As provincial budget approaches, Quebec Bar sounds alarm on dire state of Nunavik justice system

With the Quebec provincial budget scheduled for later this month, the Quebec Bar Association is demanding immediate, short-term investments to

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Inuit language month kicks off in Canada’s eastern Arctic territory of Nunavut

February is Inuit language month in Canada’s eastern Arctic territory of Nunavut, and this year, the event will spotlight traditional

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U.N. Year of Indigenous Languages: Spotlight Nunavut

The United Nations has designated 2019 as the Year of Indigenous Languages. The goal is to to make people more

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Canadian Inuit women’s organization weighs in on sexual harassment controversy in Arctic

Canada’s national Inuit women’s organization weighed in on a sexual harassment controversy in the eastern Arctic territory of Nunavut on

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