September 29, 2017 By Ella Daly Take Five
Take Five is The Arctic Institute’s weekly redux on the Arctic’s most important stories, published every Friday.
September 26, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Climate and Environment, Report, United States
A foundation-led effort may be the best approach to provide resources to US towns in need of climate-induced relocation.
September 19, 2017 By Justiina Dahl and Daria Gritsenko Commentary, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
This article discusses how the 2017 Arctic 100 Expedition failed in providing a new model for stakeholder engagement in the planning of the “New Arctic”.
September 12, 2017 By Josie Holtzman and Isaac Kestenbaum Climate Change, Commentary, Indigenous Rights and Issues, United States
A series of audio portraits of residents living in Shaktoolik, Alaska as they try to protect their village against shoreline erosion.
September 5, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann and Eli Keene Climate and Environment, Commentary, Indigenous Rights and Issues, United States
In Nome, Alaska, the effects of climate change are bringing both challenges and opportunities to the northern port city.