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Why is there a huge iceberg melting outside COP26?
Scientists have brought an iceberg from Greenland to Glasgow to remind world leaders just how fast the ice sheets are melting.
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Passengers on a cruise to the Arctic Circle are cleaning up Svalbard
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Scientists have accidentally discovered a new island in the Arctic
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Meet the Arctic Angels fighting to save our polar ice caps
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US not seeking to buy Greenland anymore, says Blinken
The US top diplomat sought to reassure Greenlanders and Danes after former President Donald Trump expressed interest in buying the world's largest island from Denmark.
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Siberian wildfires kickstart and extreme heat in northwestern Russia
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Satellite images show Russia expanding military presence in Arctic
Increased military exercises in the Arctic are part of Moscow’s efforts to expand its presence in the polar region.
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Scientists say the Arctic could be lush and green in future
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Why two women spent a year in the Arctic without men
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The company guilty of a massive Arctic oil spill fined €1.6bn
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