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2018 Media Kit
2018 Arctic Adventure Sweepstake
Sally Manning Writing Award
What's Upstream, Comes Down
Monitoring the vital signs of the Cold Amazon
A Refuge At Risk
Subsistence hunting in the Eastern Arctic hangs on one area of open water in North Baffin Bay. And Inuit at its edge are making sure their way of life is protected.
What Does 24 Hours Of Light Do To People?
Human beings are biologically and culturally rooted to day and night in ways that don’t work
What Does 24 Hours Of Light Do To Animals?
It’s a time of non-stop foraging, flirting and feasting—northern fauna get while the getting's good
Life After Death
Behind the scenes of a Northern taxidermy workshop
The Solar Expedition
For half the year, the North has bottomless potential for renewable energy. And then the lights go out
Epilogue To The Ice Age
Massive landslides and shifting rivers may mean the Laurentide Ice Sheet is only now disappearing from Canada’s North
Fire, Fire, Burning Bright
Life on the edge in Fort Smith, NWT, where the smoke is just part of the scenery
Natural Born Killers
As sea ice melts, orcas are staying in the North longer. That’s bad news for narwhal.
By Hoof, Wing or Flipper
The most fantastic and harrowing journeys in the North aren’t taken by human beings