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Arctic: Polar region on the Earth's northern hemisphere
The Arctic is a polar region located at the northernmost part of Earth. The Arctic consists of the Arctic Ocean, adjacent seas, and parts of Alaska, Finland, Greenland (Denmark), Iceland, Northern Canada, Norway, Russia and Sweden. Land within the Arctic region has seasonally varying snow and ice cover, with predominantly treeless permafrost containing tundra. Arctic seas contain seasonal sea ice in many places.


Anti-Kremlin activist forcibly conscripted to Arctic was kidnapped, say allies

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny said on Wednesday that the forcible military conscription of one of his allies to a remote air base in the Arctic amounted to kidnapping and illegal..
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Cold, wind chill and deadly snow squall: Millions in the Northeast shiver in Arctic-like weather

Millions of residents across the Northeast were dealing with blinding snow squalls and wind chill temperatures at or below zero degrees.
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Videos for Arctic

Russia's floating nuclear power plant starts generating electricity [Video]Russia's floating nuclear power plant starts generating electricity

The floating nuclear power plant Akademik Lomonosov has been connected to an electricity grid and successfully produced power for the first time in the Russian town of Pevek.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:01Published

Can we solve the mysteries of Earth's atmosphere? [Video]Can we solve the mysteries of Earth's atmosphere?

Earth’s atmosphere still holds many secrets for science, but with the latest satellite launches and long-running observations from the ground, we are now gathering far more and better quality data..

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 08:30Published

Saving ozone layer reduced climate change effects [Video]Saving ozone layer reduced climate change effects

A new study from the University of New South Wales has found that in addition to allowing the ozone layer to recover, the Montreal Protocol has also slowed the rate of climate change by up to 25..

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:39Published

The Arctic's Warming Hurts Indigenous Peoples--And The Rest Of The World [Video]The Arctic's Warming Hurts Indigenous Peoples--And The Rest Of The World

The Arctic didn’t do too well this past year, and you can thank global warming for that. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its annual Arctic Report Card Tuesday. According..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:43Published

Pelosi vows U.S. will meet goals of COP25 [Video]Pelosi vows U.S. will meet goals of COP25

United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi vowed on Monday that the U.S. would meet the goals of the United Nations summit on climate change, saying "we are still in."

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:09Published

Spain's Sanchez greets leaders arriving for climate talks [Video]Spain's Sanchez greets leaders arriving for climate talks

Spain's acting Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, greeted leaders arriving for the 2019 Climate Change conference in the capital Madrid on Monday.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:00Published

How summer 2019 was hellish for the Arctic, the frontline of climate change and global warming [Video]How summer 2019 was hellish for the Arctic, the frontline of climate change and global warming

How summer 2019 was hellish for the Arctic, the frontline of climate change and global warming

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 01:28Published


Norway picks wind power sceptic as oil minister amid Arctic drilling debate

Norway made an outspoken right-wing lawmaker who once called wind turbines "white monsters" its oil and energy minister on Wednesday, as the government debates updating rules for petroleum industry..
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Two soldiers injured as Russia's only aircraft carrier catches fire

Russia's only aircraft carrier, the Admiral Kuznetsov, caught fire on Thursday during maintenance work in Russia's Arctic port in Murmansk, and two soldiers were injured, Russian news agencies cited..
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Russia's only aircraft carrier catches fire in northern port: news agencies

Russia's only aircraft carrier, the Admiral Kuznetsov, caught fire on Thursday during maintenance work in Russia's Arctic port in Murmansk, with three people unaccounted for, Russian news agencies..
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Climate change hitting top U.S. fishery in the Arctic: NOAA

Climate change is causing chaos in the Bering Sea, home to one of America's largest fisheries, an example of how rising temperatures can rapidly change ecosystems important to the economy, U.S. federal..
Reuters - Published

Rising Arctic temps cause sea ice to melt at alarming level, threatening habitats and cultures

"Unprecedented" warming and "exceptionally low levels" of sea ice are bringing rapid, dramatic and disruptive changes to the Arctic.
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Russia plans to set up Arctic air defense 'dome' with S-400 missiles

Russia plans to establish an air defense "dome" across its polar region by arming all of its Northern Fleet's Arctic divisions with S-400 missile batteries, a Russian naval commander said on Monday.
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Temperatures will plummet by 30 degrees next week as another Arctic blast rolls in

Another Arctic blast is on the way next week, one that will bring some bitterly cold temperatures to portions of the central U.S.  
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Russia tests hypersonic missile in Arctic - TASS cites sources

Russia's MiG-31K interceptor jet carried out a test of the Kinjal (Dagger) hypersonic missile in Russia's part of Arctic earlier this month, TASS new agency reported on Saturday, citing two military..
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China mixing military and science in Arctic push: Denmark

China's military is increasingly using scientific research in the Arctic as a way into the region, a Danish intelligence service said on Friday, as it warned of intensifying geopolitical rivalry in the..
Reuters - Published

U.S.-China-Russia power play raising tensions in Arctic, says Denmark

A growing geopolitical rivalry in the Arctic between the United States, China and Russia is increasing tensions in the area, Denmark's Defence Intelligence Service said on Friday.
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Eye Opener at 8: Arctic blast sweeps U.S.

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
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200 million people from Chicago to Florida will feel the Arctic blast's historic temperatures

The Arctic blast is bringing record-breaking cold and snow across the US. Schools are delayed, flights canceled and 200 million will feel the freeze.
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Is fall dead? Is this a blue norther? And other questions answered about the Arctic blast

The blast of Arctic air that's charging across the country will bring the growing season to a screeching halt across much of the central, southern and eastern U.S.
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Eye Opener: Arctic cold front descends on U.S.

Temperatures plunge from Texas to New England with a historic arctic punch. Also, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says two senior White House colleagues wanted her to undermine President Trump. All..
CBS News - Published

11/10: CBS Evening News

Arctic blast could cause coldest Veterans Day ever to hit Minneapolis and Chicago; Chicago woman finds unfinished quilt after an estate sale
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Melting Arctic ice may spread deadly virus in marine mammals

A disease responsible for several mass mortality events could be spreading due to climate change
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Next week's Arctic blast will be so cold, forecasters expect it to break 170 records across US

Get ready for a taste of January next week. The incoming Actic blast will bring cold temperatures to the Midwest, Plains, East Coast and Deep South.
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Americans prepare for Arctic blast

It's time to bundle up. More than 70 percent of Americans will face freezing temperatures in the next week. WCBS chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn is tracking the forecast.
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Several blasts of arctic cold will bring an early winter to millions across the US

Arctic cold blasts will hit much of the United States this week, bringing an early winter to millions with frosts, freezes and cold temperatures
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Manchin warns of Russian aggression in the Arctic

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss his recent trip to the Arctic amid U.S. intelligence reports that Russia is conducting secret nuclear weapon tests there.
CBS News - Published

Preserving mankind's food source in the Arctic tundra

On an island about halfway between Oslo and the North Pole is the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, an international effort to safeguard the sources of the world's food supply. The complex, built underneath..
CBS News - Published

What's at stake with Russia's Arctic military buildup

Russia is increasing its military presence in the Arctic. This week 60 Minutes reports on a U.S. Navy exercise there and what it means for the future
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Siberia's Pleistocene Park: Bringing back pieces of the Ice Age to combat climate change

With Arctic permafrost thawing too quickly, scientists in Siberia are considering drastic measures. Scott Pelley reports
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The Earth just had its hottest September on record

September was so hot, it was actually the hottest ever recorded, especially in central and eastern USA, the Mongolian plateau and parts of the Arctic.
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A walrus attacked a Russian navy boat in the Arctic. She was defending her young

Russian military officials said in a statement that the incident occurred as researchers landed at Cape Heller on Wilczek Land.
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U.N. report warns of severe consequences of climate change

The report, which will be released later this week, is expected to reveal that ice in the Arctic is melting much faster than previously thought
CBS News - Published

Arctic sea ice shrinks to 2nd-lowest mark on record

Sea ice affects Arctic communities and wildlife such as polar bears and walruses and also helps regulate the planet’s temperature.
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Scientists brave the Arctic to study climate change

The scientists are hoping the expedition will raise our understanding of climate change to a new level
CBS News - Published

Three bills in U.S. House would ban offshore, Arctic drilling

The U.S. House on Wednesday was slated to begin voting on three bills to block offshore oil and gas drilling off Florida and the Pacific coast and in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Reserve, but the..
Reuters - Published

Jailed Ukrainian filmmaker brought to Moscow amid prisoner swap talks: Russian media

Russia has transferred jailed Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov from a remote Arctic prison to custody in Moscow amid talks with Kiev on a possible prisoner swap, news agencies TASS and Interfax cited..
Reuters - Published

In spotlight after Trump offer, Greenland sees chance for an economic win

Greenland's leaders want to use global interest in the Arctic island aroused by President Donald Trump's eye-catching offer of a sale to stimulate investment and earn more from U.S. military activity..
Reuters - Published

Varnish and rubber found in Arctic snow, according to study

The study postulated that the pollutants were potentially carried via air
CBS News - Published

Scientists find microscopic plastic particles in Arctic snow

An alarming new study published Wednesday says scientists discovered microscopic particles of plastic in snow from the Alps to the remote regions of the Arctic. The lead scientist of that study, Dr...
CBS News - Published

'Punch in the gut' as scientists find micro plastic in Arctic ice

Tiny pieces of plastic have been found in ice cores drilled in the Arctic by a U.S.-led team of scientists, underscoring the threat the growing form of pollution poses to marine life in even the..
Reuters - Published

Plastic trash discovered in pristine Arctic snow

We've polluted the deepest oceans with plastic trash, now it's the Arctic's turn: Blown by the wind, 'microplastics' have been discovered there.  
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Rare lightning strikes 300 miles from North Pole amid hot summer in the Arctic

In an unusual event Saturday evening, multiple lightning strikes were detected within 300 miles of the North Pole, the National Weather Service said.
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The Arctic's ice sheet is melting at a rapid rate: 11 billion tons in one day

Greenland's ice sheet melted at its most rapid rate of the summer on Thursday.
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Massive Siberia wildfires pose potential threat to climate worldwide

Forest fires tearing through Siberia have experts worried about the potential long-term impacts on the planet. CBS News contributing meteorologist Jeff Berardelli joined "CBSN AM" with how the fires..
CBS News - Published

Alaska natives accuse White House of hiding Arctic oil impact information

Alaska Natives and environmental groups sued the Trump administration on Wednesday, accusing it of concealing information about the effects of oil development in the long-protected Arctic National..
Reuters - Published

More than 200 reindeer found dead of starvation in the Arctic, scientists say

The cause of the reindeer deaths, according to the Norwegian Polar Institute, was starvation induced by altered conditions in the Arctic.
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Climate Watch: Arctic to be hit by record-breaking heat wave from Europe

Record heat seen in parts of Europe last week is expected to move farther north this week. The United Nations says the rising heat could cause record melting of the world's second largest ice sheet in..
CBS News - Published

July expected to be the Earth's hottest month on record

Fueled by record-breaking warmth in Europe, the U.S. and the Arctic, and supercharged by global warming, July will be the hottest month for the Earth.
USATODAY.com - Published

Thanks to climate change, parts of the Arctic are on fire. Scientists are concerned

Satellite images are showing that areas of the Arctic have been catching fire. These wildfires, while not uncommon, are concerning scientists.
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