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RT @ArcticCouncil Quick fact: More than 35 states and organizations are Observers to the #Arctic Council. Learn abo… https://t.co/aPKopTz7bx13 hours 11 min ago
First commercial container ship made history this month when it passed through the Norther Sea Route @abcnewshttps://t.co/2pNmi6iyF914 hours 37 min ago
The largest underwater archaeological undertaking in Canadian history is taking place this week. Scientists and arc… https://t.co/GaD3vjAQ7x1 day 9 hours ago
A pod of St. Lawrence belugas have adopted a young male narwhal. #arctic https://t.co/sQ3BGqtemD1 day 11 hours ago
Walruses are gathering en masse at #Alaskas’s Chukchi Sea beach. What does this mean for local mariners? #arctic Re… https://t.co/GPqSGYk3ye4 days 14 hours ago
RT @arcticfrontiers 2019. Call for #emergingleaders with special interest in #Arctic topics. Are under 35 years and… https://t.co/j5ryqsZGGI4 days 15 hours ago
RT @ArcticCouncil Quick fact: The #Arctic Council currently has two Task Forces, one focused on marine cooperation… https://t.co/RdJXaTYi4t5 days 12 hours ago
Arctic development and mapping a top concern at SMM conference in Hamburg. What will this mean for shipping in the… https://t.co/X12wc4LfqW5 days 13 hours ago
Photographer Brian Adams looks at how the changing #Arctic impacts #Inuits. @MSN https://t.co/cwDwPNOpoK‘i-am-inuit… https://t.co/ChW4isxVl66 days 9 hours ago
RT @globaltimesnews: It looks like #China is becoming an increasing important player in the development of the Northern Sea Route. China’s… — 6 days 10 hours ago