ARCTIC DEEPLY An explorer’s wind-powered sled is turning out to be a cleaner, simpler way for polar researchers to do their work studying pollutants on the Greenland ice sheet. Read the full story at Arctic Deeply. Advertisements
Everyone agrees that indigenous people should be more involved in Arctic research. However, there are still few indigenous researchers. Erin Freeland Ballantyne, a founder and the dean of the Dechinta Bush University in Yellowknife, N.T., is trying to change that. Read the full Q&A with Erin Freeland Ballantyne at Arctic Deeply.
Arctic researchers and residents have highlighted the need for more solution- and future-oriented research in the region. However, a recent review of conference abstracts and research grants suggests that the field has been slow to respond. Read more in my story for Arctic Deeply.