Reindeer Are Real – And So Are The Challenges They Face


Picture via Larissa Beumer This article has been written by Larissa Beumer and Åshild Ønsvik Pedersen. When we think about

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Mental Health and Suicide in Canada and Greenland


Photo via Tiina Törmänen Arctic politics have long been relegated to the back burner when it comes to political awareness

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Finding the Middle Ground: Reggie Joule and the President’s Task Force


Reggie Joule, former mayor of the Northwest Arctic Borough, was one of the two indigenous representatives on the President’s State,

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Arctic Development: Rendezvous with Linda Priebe


For the second issue of our bimonthly interview series ‘Polar Matters’, Lana Ollier, Associate at Polar Research and Policy Initiative, spoke to

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Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreements (Part I): What Are They?


Image via Qikiqtani Inuit Association: Mary River Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement Signing Ceremony. Relationships with Canadian Indigenous Peoples have

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Climate Change is a Human Rights Issue


Image: An Inuit hunter looking for seal in Disko Island, Greenland. © Jeremy Bernard – Visit Greenland A starving polar

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The Sea Ice Never Stops: Circumpolar Inuit Reflections on Sea Ice Use and Shipping in Inuit Nunaat (December 2014)


This report from the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC), published in December 2014, contributes to the ongoing work of the Sustainable

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Inuit Arctic Policy – Inuit Circumpolar Council (2010)


Over the years, the Inuit Arctic Policy has become the main document for development on many issues in the Arctic

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The Sea Ice is Our Highway: An Inuit Perspective on Transportation in the Arctic (March 2008)


This report from the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) Canada, published in March 2008, contributed to the Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment

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