Archive for February, 2018

Kittilä gold mine in Kittilä, Finland (Agnico-Eagle Mines, June 2007. (Photo: Kittilla Mine)

The Arctic scores high on annual mining attractiveness survey

28/02/2018 kl 14:31 0 kommentarer

In countries and regions across the Arctic, the mining industry is feeling good about investing its capital in new projects. At least according to a new survey by a Canadian public policy think tank.




Are we prepared to handle a situation where hundreds of people may be at risk in Arctic waters? That is one of the key issues at the conference. This image shows one of the Hurtigruten ships during a voyage along the Northwest passage. (Illustration: Hurtigruten)

Norske og russiske redningsaktører møtes i Kirkenes

28/02/2018 kl 13:24 0 kommentarer

De norske representantene er i klart flertall når norske og russiske redningsaktører i neste uke møtes i Kirkenes for å øve.



The North Pole just surged above freezing in the dead of winter, stunning scientists

28/02/2018 kl 11:26 0 kommentarer

The sun won’t rise at the North Pole until March 20, and it’s close to the coldest time of year, but an extraordinary and possibly historic thaw swelled over the tip of the planet this weekend.



Researchers hope new techniques will unlock secrets of oil spills in sea ice

28/02/2018 kl 11:15 0 kommentarer

As the Arctic warms, ships transporting oil to and from the region are poised to become more common.



The Icelandic Music Awards Nominees Are Here

28/02/2018 kl 10:46 0 kommentarer

The Icelandic Music Awards, to be held on March 14, have just announced their nominees.



Climate Change draws invasive species to the Arctic

28/02/2018 kl 08:01 0 kommentarer

Invasive species may endanger the sensitive ecosystems existing in the Arctic.



Kristian fra Svolvær skal gå verdens tøffeste ekspedisjonsløp

28/02/2018 kl 08:00 0 kommentarer

Kristian Nashoug fra Svolvær deltar i disse dager på Åsnes Expedition Amundsen, hvor målet er å gå 100 kilometer med ski og pulk over Hardangervidda.



- The world’s interest in the Arctic is increasing, Norwegian Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide emphasized when giving her orientation to Stortinget earlier this week. Here shot during a voyage on the Norwegian submarine KNM Utvær on an earlier occasion. (Archive photo: Petter Brenni Gulbrandsen/The Norwegian Defense)

Vil gjøre Nord-Norge til en europeisk foregangsregion

27/02/2018 kl 15:31 1 kommentar

– Ved å se utenriks- og innenrikspolitikken i en tettere sammenheng ønsker vi å legge til rette for at Nord-Norge blir en av Europas mest skapende og bærekraftige regioner, sier utenriksminister Ine Eriksen Søreide (H).



New alcohol legislation on Greenland is to prevent abuse on several levels, including violence, sexual assault and care neglect, says Health Consultant Kasper Brix Bærndt of Greenland’s Health Department. (Photo: Private)

New Alcohol Act Shall Prevent Abuse and Care Neglect

27/02/2018 kl 15:22 0 kommentarer

A new Alcohol Act on Greenland aims to prevent abuse on several levels. – It is the manner in which we drink that creates problems, says Health Consultant Kasper Brix Bærndt of Greenland’s Health Department.



A digitalised version of "The Scream" is now stored on Svalbard. (Photo: The Norwegian National Museum)

Munch’s “Scream” Deposited on Svalbard

27/02/2018 kl 13:20 0 kommentarer

A digitalized version of the “Scream” painting by Edvard Munch, belonging to the Norwegian National Museum, is among the cultural heritage objects deposed for storage in the Arctic World Archive during an international ceremony on Svalbard.



 
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