Swedish icebreaker reaches North Pole for climate study

Science expedition sails north to find link between formation of Arctic clouds and record heatwave and drought on mainland Sweden.

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Swedish icebreaker heading for North Pole to study melting sea ice

The icebreaker Oden will embark next week on an Arctic research expedition to study how clouds are formed there and

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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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Finland to headquarter Europe’s new atmospheric research center

Finland will become the new headquarters of ACTRIS, the European Aerosol, Clouds, and Trace gases Research Infrastructure, the Finnish Meteorological

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High-tech lasers to help Sweden build detailed maps of all its forests

A laser-scan of all the forests in Sweden is about to be made, a process that will take seven years,

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While Trump shuns climate research, Sweden looks to lure American scientists

The Swedish government is setting up a guest research program to attract American climate and environmental scientists. We spoke to

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Ignoring Indigenous women’s traditional knowledge hurts Arctic science, G7 summit hears

Indigenous women’s traditional knowledge is too often excluded from scientific research in the North, something that could have serious implications

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Out-dated attitudes, deficient infrastructure, block Inuit from Arctic science, G7 summit hears

Inuit are ready to work with southern scientists on the big climate and scientific questions facing the planet, but need

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Landmark international science agreement comes into effect in Arctic

An Arctic Council agreement to facilitate scientific cooperation between the world’s eight circumpolar countries officially comes into effect on Wednesday.

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Canadian students flex their diplomatic chops in Arctic Council simulation

A group of Canadian students and early-career scientists got the chance to flex their diplomatic chops on Wednesday by participating

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