Can humans save the Arctic fox?

Hunting and climate change as a result of human activity have caused Arctic fox populations to dramatically decrease. However, it also depends on us to bring the Arctic fox back to Fennoscandia.

This blog posts sheds light on what has caused the Arctic fox to become regionally extinct, what solutions there are to help conservation, and what the future of the Arctic fox is.

Why is there no run for High Arctic resources?

The development of renewable energy and alternative material technologies, increasing demand for environmental conservation and changes in consumerism are all affecting the likelihood of High Arctic natural resources being utilised in the near future.

However, somewhat ironically, the increased sea ice melt associated with climate change may make access to High Arctic resources easier, thus increasing the profitability of extraction.

Weeping Willow: What Alaskan Indigenous perspectives of the Willow Project can tell us about climate justice in the Arctic

Photo by Chris Stenger on Unsplash In the Arctic, changes to the climate and biodiversity are leading to irrevocable losses of cultural identity and livelihoods for Indigenous peoples. Regardless, new projects for fossil fuel extraction continue to be approved in the area, including the massive oil drilling venture known as “the Willow Project.” This blog post seeks to …