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Sheila Watt-Cloutier
Richard Thompson | Watt-Cloutier sees connections between her personal struggles as an Inuk girl and her public leadership decades later, addressing the environmental crises that afflicted her people.
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"If the climate were a bank, it would be saved," protest sign from the Women's March. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Mark Dixon
David Suzuki | If there's a bright side to Trump's decision, it's that climate change has received more serious media coverage than ever before, and people around the world have agreed to increase their efforts.
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David Suzuki | Inuit hunters have observed altered migration patterns of some species, and reported horrific damage to the internal organs of seals and other animals exposed to underwater seismic blasts.
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Naomi Klein | In her new memoir "The Right to Be Cold," Sheila Watt-Cloutier summarizes the devastating impacts of oil and gas extraction on Arctic communities.
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Krystalline Kraus | There was much honour held this year for International Saami Day, which is celebrated on February 6 when the Saami Congress declared the day in 1992.
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Brenna Owen | This blog explores the food security and climate change issues unfolding in the Canadian Arctic, in the context of UN Climate Change Negotiations.
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Redeye Collective | Canada is failing on numerous issues of environmental protection and reneging on international commitments. When Julie Gelfand pointed this out, she attracted the ire of the federal government.
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David Suzuki | The inability of governments to deal with climate change is neither just national nor recent. We’ve been saddled with government indolence for far too long, and in too many places around the world.
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Redeye Collective | Shell has had its logo displayed on Lego gas stations and oil tankers for decades. Now there is pressure on Lego to abandon its relationship with the fossil fuel giant.
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George Lessard | A new blog by Jane George about her work with Nunasiaq News in Nunavut and Nunavik
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John Crump | When the Arctic Council meets this week in Yellowknife, participants will no doubt be thinking of the Ukraine. But they probably won't be talking about it, at least during the official sessions.
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George Lessard | Don’t ya #justlove #journalism? Nunavut no longer Canada's #colony. It needs to end its own deprivation @jameshenrybell #oped in @globeandmail