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Video: Watch Thousands of Walruses Forced Onto Alaskan Shores by Climate Change
The world has been riveted by the sight of 35,000 walruses piled on top of one another just outside the small Alaska Native community of Point Lay...
Native Alaska Village of Point Lay Hailed for Stewardship of 35,000 Walruses
With 35,000 walruses camped out on the edge of town, the 250-population Native village of Point Lay, Alaska has been thrust onto the world stage...
Science Catches Up With Inuit Oral History, 'Discovering' Ancient Paleo-Eskimos
Scientists looking into the genetics of ancient Arctic peoples have verified what Inuit history has long held: That earlier peoples from Siberia were the first to populate the most...
Video: Polar Bears Seeking Ice Will Warm and Chill Your Heart
Polar bears are known for swimming hundreds if not thousands of miles to find the ice upon which they live and breed...
Snow Where You're Going: Trace Ancient Inuit Trails With Interactive Atlas
Ever wonder how the Inuit got around the Arctic centuries ago?...
Polar Bear Selfies! Watch Them Play, Flirt and Snack on Yummy Seals
It has been done with eagles, cats, dogs and all manner of creatures. RELATED: Soar Like an Eagle! Bird With Camera Provides Bird's-Eye-View of Alps Now the U.S...
Climate Change Hits the Big Time on Prime Time
Climate change has hit the prime-time big-time, from Hollywood to New York City’s mainstream news networks, in the form of two television documentaries on the subject...
Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award for Preserving Aboriginal Culture
Kiera Kolson, part Gwich’in and Tso’Tine Dene—two First Nations from Canada’s North—was recently awarded the Jonathon Solomon Youth Activist Award by the Gwich’in Steering Committe...
The Environment in 2013: 10 Stories That Dominated the Landscape
So much happened this past year with respect to the environment that it is hard to know which way to look first...
Fred Bruemmer, Photographer of Inuit Life in Canada’s Arctic, Walks On
Fred Bruemmer wrote 27 books and more than 1,000 articles in his lifetime, many of them chronicled Inuit life in Canada’s Arctic, reported the Montreal Gazette ...
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