Up Here Newsletter
Northern businesses adapt to a self-isolating society. Plus, boreal unicorns, Arctic lightning, and the thermal imaging of caribou-skin clothing. All in this week’s Up Here newsletter.
Read previous issues:
The North is closed until further notice
“Baths ain’t good for a guy in the wintertime”
The Wet’sutwet’en of the North
Does anyone know how to eat salmon???
A Fitbit for Polar Bears
The cold, hard costs of climate change
Remembering Kelly Fraser
Ten bullets to chop down a Christmas tree
The tipping point for permafrost
Inuit knowledge: there’s an app for that
Subdued by a narwhal tusk
Harrison Ford’s terrifying CGI dog
There are no coconut tress in Greenland
Polar bears and supermodels
A mechanical goose repeatedly honking
Grave-digging in permafrost
Greenland’s turning purple
Mad Max, but in the Arctic
The Republic of Santa Claus
Say goodbye to the Chinook salmon
Shark Week in Kugluktuk
Migrating Parliament to Nunavut?
Flygskam is the new Hygge
Thaidene Nëné and Maine’s migratory birds
A forever diamond mine, protected
Hiking the Apex Trail
As Long As This Land Shall Last
Finally, some good news for Arctic ice
Confusing San Francisco for Seattle
All sled dog bodies are beautiful
Garbage and other government lies
There's something about summer
Yetis have no place in the Yukon
The glue is melting faster than we can map it
Just how sterile is a sourtoe cocktail?
Tornadoes in the Territories
Intellectual Property rights and Inuit art
Why are the auroras better in photographs?
Throwing snowballs at the Arctic Council
Russia is attacking our Northern psyche
Polar bear couches are having a moment
Toonik, toonies, and Thrones
Welcome to your twenties, Nunavut!
Inuit moms are the coolest in Canada
Mosquitos, pigeons, and shrimp