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Daily Mail
Juliette Binoche flaunts her assets in a racy gown at the Goya AwardsJuliette Binoche flaunts her assets with a plunging neckline as she dazzles in
Juliette Binoche flaunts her assets in a racy gown at the Goya Awards
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Juliette Binoche flaunts her assets with a plunging neckline as she dazzles in silver sequins at the Goya Awards in Madrid She's a multi-award winnning, glamorous French actress. And Juliette Binoche, 51, oozed sex appeal in a racy low-cut gown for... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Racism, legal inequality key issues in murdered and missing inquiry, victims’ families sayRacism in police forces and an “uneven application of justice” must be addresse
Racism, legal inequality key issues in murdered and missing inquiry, victims’ families say
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Racism in police forces and an “uneven application of justice” must be addressed as part of the public inquiry into Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women, victims’ families told federal ministers at a closed-door consultation in... Read more
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Alaska Public
Alaska Native’s discuss what ‘Eskimo’ means to them Screenshot of the Alaska Airlines redesigned greeting page before it was chan
Alaska Native’s discuss what ‘Eskimo’ means to them
Alaska Public / Posted 2 days ago
Screenshot of the Alaska Airlines redesigned greeting page before it was changed. (Photo by Blossom Twitchell) After Alaska Airlines unveiled a new look for their airplanes and website many Alaska... Read more
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CTV News
Junos yank nominee after realizing song was ineligibleTORONTO -- Congratulations to all Juno nominees -- now please double check your
Junos yank nominee after realizing song was ineligible
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
TORONTO -- Congratulations to all Juno nominees -- now please double check your eligibility. The Juno Awards have yanked one of this year's dance recording of the year nominees after realizing the song wasn't eligible in the first place. The... Read more
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The Fairmont Sentinel
Missionary’s unique destination: GreenlandWhen we hear of missionary work, a certain picture comes to mind, often of a gr
Missionary’s unique destination: Greenland
The Fairmont Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
When we hear of missionary work, a certain picture comes to mind, often of a group of dedicated individuals who travel to Third World countries. There they provide a myriad of socio-political services, from help with housing and construction, to... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Student to meet Carey Price this weekEleven-year-old Jimal Thomas is the envy of many a man, woman and child. This
Student to meet Carey Price this week
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Eleven-year-old Jimal Thomas is the envy of many a man, woman and child. This week Jimal and his elementary school principal, Calvin Dubray, are boarding a plane to go spend some time with Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price after the Marie... Read more
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Wheels.ca
7 Canadian Art Galleries to visit in 2016Our Canadian winters can get quite cold and as much fun as skiing, skating and
7 Canadian Art Galleries to visit in 2016
Wheels.ca / Posted 5 days ago
Our Canadian winters can get quite cold and as much fun as skiing, skating and snowboarding can be, sometimes a warm indoor activity is preferable. Art Galleries are an extremely enriching experience and are a great way to teach children about all... Read more
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Brandon Sun
National Viewpoint -- Time for a conversation on parental choice in educationHAMILTON, Ont. — Parents and children should be at the heart of education, not
National Viewpoint -- Time for a conversation on parental choice in education
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
HAMILTON, Ont. — Parents and children should be at the heart of education, not teachers or cumbersome regulation. National School Choice Week, an initiative spearheaded by our neighbour to the south, offers a chance to highlight examples of school... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ottawa to start settlement talks with survivors of Newfoundland residential schoolsThe federal government appears ready to resolve a nine-year legal battle with f
Ottawa to start settlement talks with survivors of Newfoundland residential schools
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
The federal government appears ready to resolve a nine-year legal battle with former students of aboriginal residential schools in Newfoundland-Labrador – the only province left out of the Canadian government’s 2008 apology and multibillion-dollar... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ottawa looks to settle Newfoundland and Labrador residential schools suitIn what lawyers for former students called a “surprise development,” the federa
Ottawa looks to settle Newfoundland and Labrador residential schools suit
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
In what lawyers for former students called a “surprise development,” the federal government has agreed to talks toward settling a lawsuit alleging abuse and cultural losses at residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador. About 1,200 aboriginal... Read more
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heraldscotland
Hugh MacDonald: Doing time in a marginalised extremist sect . . . the match-going fitba' supporterYears of getting in for nowt, noshing on a half-time pie and slurping coffee an
Hugh MacDonald: Doing time in a marginalised extremist sect . . . the match-going fitba' supporter
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
Years of getting in for nowt, noshing on a half-time pie and slurping coffee and regurgitated meat over my Sou’wester garbed colleagues and then writing nonsense have come to an end. I am now back as a supporter, if not quite a fan. There is a... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
1/FRIDAYART: ART AFTER DARK: WINTER WILDERNESSThe Cincinnati Art Museum’s Art Aft
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Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 9 days ago
FRIDAYART: ART AFTER DARK: WINTER WILDERNESSThe Cincinnati Art Museum’s Art After Dark: Winter Wilderness celebrates art and nature with an after-hours party. There will be live Folk music by local band Wilder and guided tours of the exhibit Field... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Northern LightTanya Tagaq, the extraordinary Inuit throat singer, will provide vocal accompan
Northern Light
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 11 days ago
Tanya Tagaq, the extraordinary Inuit throat singer, will provide vocal accompaniment to a screening of the silent film Nanook of the North at Cincinnati’s Woodward Theater this weekend. Her unusual background and performance style need... Read more
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Juneau Empire
2017 Arctic Council ministerial meeting will be in FairbanksFAIRBANKS — Fairbanks has been selected to host the next ministerial meeting of
2017 Arctic Council ministerial meeting will be in Fairbanks
Juneau Empire / Posted 12 days ago
FAIRBANKS — Fairbanks has been selected to host the next ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council in 2017. Adm. Robert Papp, U.S. special representative to the Arctic, revealed the location Monday at the Arctic Frontiers 2016 meeting in Norway.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
A Canadian bride’s wintry, Icelandic-style weddingWhen you grow up with a love of the tundra, these days finding a guaranteed win
A Canadian bride’s wintry, Icelandic-style wedding
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
When you grow up with a love of the tundra, these days finding a guaranteed winter wonderland for a wedding means heading further north, to Iceland. That’s what Mosha Lundström Halbert, 27, Canadian fashion director of Footwear News, and British-born... Read more
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Lockhart Post-Register
Great Debate: Is fluoride worth it?Fluoride is great for both separating and enriching uranium isotope 235. An 8
Great Debate: Is fluoride worth it?
Lockhart Post-Register / Posted 12 days ago
Fluoride is great for both separating and enriching uranium isotope 235. An 8 page summary/story, commissioned by the Christian Science Monitor in 1997, of the Why (Litigation) and Who (Dupont, the FDA and the Manhattan Project Military) of... Read more
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Alaska Public
Alaska Native filmmaker selected for Sundance academy A lot of Alaskans may know Inupiaq artist Holly Nordlum as a graphic designer
Alaska Native filmmaker selected for Sundance academy
Alaska Public / Posted 13 days ago
A lot of Alaskans may know Inupiaq artist Holly Nordlum as a graphic designer, jewelry maker and creator of art that provokes conversations about the painful history of organized religion’s... Read more
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Alaska Public
Inupiaq tattoos to make big screen at Sundance A lot of Alaskans may know Inupiaq artist Holly Nordlum as a graphic designer
Inupiaq tattoos to make big screen at Sundance
Alaska Public / Posted 13 days ago
A lot of Alaskans may know Inupiaq artist Holly Nordlum as a graphic designer, jewelry maker and creator of art that provokes conversations about the painful history of organized religion’s impacts on... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Mysterious sites blurred by GoogleThis enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra region is rumoured to hide on
Mysterious sites blurred by Google
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
This enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra region is rumoured to hide one of Russia’s ‘secret cities’ THERE are countless sites around the world deemed so classified that they are pixelated or blacked out by Google Earth. Some are... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mysterious sites blurred by GoogleHAARP, Faroe Islands, Valencia City: Google Earth’s classified locations | Dail
Mysterious sites blurred by Google
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
HAARP, Faroe Islands, Valencia City: Google Earth’s classified locations | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website This enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Stuart Hodgson: Public servant was a ‘supersalesman for the North’Stuart Hodgson dodged Nazi U-boats on frigid Arctic convoys before battling Com
Stuart Hodgson: Public servant was a ‘supersalesman for the North’
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Stuart Hodgson dodged Nazi U-boats on frigid Arctic convoys before battling Communists within his union as he organized loggers on both coasts of Canada. Later in life, he built a distinguished career as a public servant, most notably serving as the... Read more
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Perth Now
Mysterious sites blurred by GoogleThis enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra region is rumoured to hide on
Mysterious sites blurred by Google
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
This enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra region is rumoured to hide one of Russia’s ‘secret cities’ THERE are countless sites around the world deemed so classified that they are pixelated or blacked out by Google Earth. Some are... Read more
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Investopedia
B/E Aerospace: An Activist Investment Analysis (BEAV)Not all activist investors are created equal, and not all activist pushes yield
B/E Aerospace: An Activist Investment Analysis (BEAV)
Investopedia / Posted 16 days ago
Not all activist investors are created equal, and not all activist pushes yield positive results for shareholders and corporations. In the case of B/E Aerospace Inc. (NASDAQ: BEAV) and Relational Investors, the B/E Aerospace board was lucky to draw... Read more
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News.com.au
Mysterious sites blurred by GoogleThis enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra region is rumoured to hide on
Mysterious sites blurred by Google
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
This enormous blurred area in the Siberian Tundra region is rumoured to hide one of Russia’s ‘secret cities’ THERE are countless sites around the world deemed so classified that they are pixelated or blacked out by Google Earth. Some are... Read more
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Goal.com
Man United's financial might only serves to highlight Van Gaal's dismal failure - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe The Premier League giants are
Man United's financial might only serves to highlight Van Gaal's dismal failure
Goal.com / Posted 18 days ago
- Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe The Premier League giants are tipped to... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Columbus Zoo puts name of polar bear cub up for a vote Published: January 20, 2016 11:00 AM COLUMBUS (AP) -- The Columbus Zoo and Aq
Columbus Zoo puts name of polar bear cub up for a vote
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 18 days ago
Published: January 20, 2016 11:00 AM COLUMBUS (AP) -- The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is asking the public to vote on the name of a three-month-old polar bear cub. Voting opened on Tuesday and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New Ontario university program hopes to boost aboriginal teachersAn Ontario university will offer a new program next fall that it hopes will hel
New Ontario university program hopes to boost aboriginal teachers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
An Ontario university will offer a new program next fall that it hopes will help boost aboriginal numbers among teachers. Cathy Bruce, interim dean of education at Trent University, says the school will offer an indigenous bachelor of education... Read more
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WOWK-TV West Virginia
Columbus Zoo puts name of polar bear cub up for a voteCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is asking the public to vot
Columbus Zoo puts name of polar bear cub up for a vote
WOWK-TV West Virginia / Posted 19 days ago
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is asking the public to vote on the name of a three-month-old polar bear cub. Voting opened on Tuesday and runs through Feb. 3. The names up for a vote are Desna, Kaya, Nora, and Sakari. Desna is... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Columbus Zoo puts name of polar bear cub up for a voteCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is asking the public to vot
Columbus Zoo puts name of polar bear cub up for a vote
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 19 days ago
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is asking the public to vote on the name of a three-month-old polar bear cub. Voting opened on Tuesday and runs through Feb. 3. The names up for a vote are Desna, Kaya, Nora, and Sakari. Desna is... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Columbus Zoo invites public to name baby polar bear Think the newest polar bear at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is sweet? Maybe
Columbus Zoo invites public to name baby polar bear
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
Think the newest polar bear at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is sweet? Maybe you anticipate her cuteness propelling her to the role of bear boss, or that her newly opened eyes give her a look of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Residential schools linked to suicidal thoughts: StatsCanA new study from Statistics Canada finds that more than one in five First Natio
Residential schools linked to suicidal thoughts: StatsCan
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
A new study from Statistics Canada finds that more than one in five First Nations living off reserve, Metis and Inuit adults report having suicidal thoughts at some point in their lives. When the groups were examined separately, different factors... Read more
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The Columbian
History on sale at antiques showYou never know quite what you’ll find at an antique show. Remember the Oregon
History on sale at antiques show
The Columbian / Posted 21 days ago
You never know quite what you’ll find at an antique show. Remember the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s old, unusually shaped planetarium in Portland? It was demolished about 15 years ago, but not before Portland resident Mark Keppinger got... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Some dining etiquette a bit hard to swallowTable manners vary greatly around the world and an infographic created by silve
Some dining etiquette a bit hard to swallow
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 21 days ago
Table manners vary greatly around the world and an infographic created by silverware experts Langford shows just how diverse. In Afghanistan you must kiss bread that has been dropped on the floor and it is customary to seat guests as far away as... Read more
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Daily Mail
The bizarre words to sum up your most indescribable emotionsFrom 'basorexia' to 'cyberchondria': The bizarre words that sum up your most in
The bizarre words to sum up your most indescribable emotions
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
From 'basorexia' to 'cyberchondria': The bizarre words that sum up your most indescribable and commonly felt emotions Tiffany Watt Smith has been an emotions expert in London for years She wrote a book - The Book of Human Emotion - to highlight... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Av Isaacs, leading art dealer in contemporary Canadian art, dies at 89Prominent Canadian art dealer Av Isaacs has died at 89 in Toronto, where for de
Av Isaacs, leading art dealer in contemporary Canadian art, dies at 89
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Prominent Canadian art dealer Av Isaacs has died at 89 in Toronto, where for decades he championed a sizable stable of cutting-edge artists that at various times included Michael Snow, William Kurelek, Jack Chambers and Joyce Wieland. “He ran out of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Strong, brave and impressive: Huskies of the NorthSkookum: adjective, Northwest Canada (of a person or animal) strong, brave, or
Strong, brave and impressive: Huskies of the North
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Skookum: adjective, Northwest Canada (of a person or animal) strong, brave, or impressive. Most agree that human habitation and early exploration of the north might not have been accomplished without the iconic huskies. For many years they were... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Premier's Awards for aboriginal youth excellence in sportsThe Province of B.C. and the Aboriginal Sport Recreation and Physical Activity
Premier's Awards for aboriginal youth excellence in sports
Comox Valley Record / Posted 23 days ago
The Province of B.C. and the Aboriginal Sport Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council (Partners Council) have collaborated to establish a new awards program to celebrate the outstanding achievements of aboriginal youth athletes throughout... Read more
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Artvoice
Artvoice DailyPhotographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team: Cheryl Gorski & Francis Son An
Artvoice Daily
Artvoice / Posted 23 days ago
Photographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team: Cheryl Gorski & Francis Son Anna Sui’s collection is influenced by her love for the History Channel’s “Vikings.” Models strutted with Inuit face tattoos and wild tousled hair. She combined Scandinavian... Read more
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Artvoice
Native Plains-WearPhotographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team: Cheryl Gorski & Francis Son An
Native Plains-Wear
Artvoice / Posted 23 days ago
Photographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team: Cheryl Gorski & Francis Son Anna Sui’s collection is influenced by her love for the History Channel’s “Vikings.” Models strutted with Inuit face tattoos and wild tousled hair. She combined Scandinavian... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
First Nations seek urgent action on ‘deplorable’ health conditionsIndigenous leaders are pushing Canada to confront “deplorable” health condition
First Nations seek urgent action on ‘deplorable’ health conditions
The Globe and Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Indigenous leaders are pushing Canada to confront “deplorable” health conditions for their people as federal, territorial and provincial ministers prepare to meet in Vancouver next week to work on a new health accord. Isadore Day, Ontario regional... Read more
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Evening Standard
10 reasons why you should visit Toronto in 2016No longer the city 30 Rock called “…New York…without all the stuff”, Toronto is
10 reasons why you should visit Toronto in 2016
Evening Standard / Posted 24 days ago
No longer the city 30 Rock called “…New York…without all the stuff”, Toronto is fast-establishing itself as one of this year’s most desirable city destinations, with a creative counterculture to rival the likes Williamsburg and Copenhagen. Packed... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The world's best wildlife holidays: an A-Z guideToday there is nowhere so remote that it cannot be reached on a wildlife holida
The world's best wildlife holidays: an A-Z guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Today there is nowhere so remote that it cannot be reached on a wildlife holiday. The world is still a beautiful place in spite of everything we have done to it, and ecotourism itself has undergone an extraordinary metamorphosis, from a specialist... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
WC Winter Film Series opens with Arctic DefendersThe award-winning film, Arctic Defenders, takes us on a journey to Canada’s “tr
WC Winter Film Series opens with Arctic Defenders
Comox Valley Record / Posted 25 days ago
The award-winning film, Arctic Defenders, takes us on a journey to Canada’s “true north” in World Community’s first film screening of 2016 on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College. Set in the dramatic and... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Ontario human rights chief calls for race-based stats for kids in care“Systemic and persistent discrimination” is likely involved in a disproportiona
Ontario human rights chief calls for race-based stats for kids in care
Dundas Star News / Posted 27 days ago
“Systemic and persistent discrimination” is likely involved in a disproportionate number of aboriginal and black children being taken from their families and placed into care, Ontario’s Chief Human Rights Commissioner says. Ending the trend, Renu... Read more
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International Business Times
Designers to look out for at London Collections: Men London Collections: Men (LC:M), the male equivalent of London Fashion Week is b
Designers to look out for at London Collections: Men
International Business Times / Posted 30 days ago
London Collections: Men (LC:M), the male equivalent of London Fashion Week is back in full swing again, bringing the world's editors and buyers to the UK capital to view the offerings of Britain's wealth of menswear talent. After launching in 2012 as... Read more
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Science Daily
Overcoming hurdles to climate change adaptation in the Arctic: Arctic peoples inherently able to adapt given changes to various non-climatic factorsThe researchers reached these surprising conclusions after reviewing a large nu
Overcoming hurdles to climate change adaptation in the Arctic: Arctic peoples inherently able to adapt given changes to various non-climatic factors
Science Daily / Posted a month ago
The researchers reached these surprising conclusions after reviewing a large number of scholarly works (135 articles) about climate change adaptation, resilience and vulnerability in Arctic societies around the globe. But, despite the scale and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Arctic peoples inherently able to adapt given changes to various non-climatic factorsthe range and type of resources on which the community relies – so, for example
Arctic peoples inherently able to adapt given changes to various non-climatic factors
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
the range and type of resources on which the community relies – so, for example, the livelihoods of the Viliui Sakha people in Siberia who depend on cattle and horse breeding are being undermined by changing weather and snow patterns as they have few... Read more

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