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Short project updates will be posted to this section of the website as they occur. If you have any questions on project activities please contact Bob Walsh.

Originally, researchers believed that Arctic lakes were spewing huge amounts of carbon back out into the atmosphere… https://t.co/cRkYINSplZ16 hours 45 min ago
This Sunday, the @aaas is holding a panel on #ArcticScience bringing together speakers from various organizations t… https://t.co/QwVWGTQLyG21 hours 45 min ago
Congratulations to Nunavut preschool Piruvik: A Place to Grow on receiving this year’s $1 million @ArcticPrize laur… https://t.co/OCFX5GRzoh1 day 15 hours ago
This week @alaskaforum is meeting to discuss the major environmental issues threatening the North. Are you attendin… https://t.co/mwpp3RUoWk1 day 20 hours ago
As #Arctic conditions worsen, it's more important than ever to have an effective search and rescue team, but this n… https://t.co/uYf9SRrbSD3 days 15 hours ago
As #Arctic temperatures increase, some animals are being forced to move south. Last week, dozens of polar bears inv… https://t.co/M2y6zF9B253 days 18 hours ago
.@psa_art Professor Bonnie Levinthal spent almost three weeks at the North Pole and came back with beautiful pieces… https://t.co/j5neVSWpqD4 days 16 hours ago
ICYMI: in the latest #ThinkArctic we speak with Dr. @VSHerrmann about the @ArcticInstitute’s new series featuring… https://t.co/JMGP8FrDE84 days 22 hours ago
.@CanadaGooseInc is keeping the Inuit tradition alive with its new collection of parkas designed by Inuit seamstres… https://t.co/R96bg4Rr221 week 16 hours ago
Breaking the Arctic’s Ice Ceiling – in the latest #ThinkArctic we speak with Dr. Victoria Herrmann, director of… https://t.co/uSByy8TbgF1 week 18 hours ago