HAKAI Inuit in Canada and Greenland want to protect an ecological wonder—a massive Arctic polynya—at the center of their world. The little auks are hard to spot among the rocky rubble that lines the shore of northwest Greenland. The black-and-white birds—diminutive relatives of the puffin—flicker and bob around the noisy colonies, looking for a mate … More An Oasis of Open Water
HAKAI Regulations aimed at reducing pollution pushed ships to slow down. Read the full story in Hakai.
HAKAI Fishing has dramatically reduced the number of senior fish left in the ocean. Read the full story at Hakai.
The largest oil-by-rail terminal in the US would double oil shipments through the Columbia River. Read the full story at Hakai.
Louisiana’s coastline is disappearing, but controlled floods could save what’s left (or even bring it back). Read the full story at Hakai Magazine.