Media Monitoring for Monday August 31, 2015

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Ottawa Citizen

Navy hires barge to deliver 220000 litres of fuel for Arctic exercise
Ottawa Citizen
Naval operations in the Arctic pose different challenges. Navy officers say the vast expanse and austere conditions in the North point to the need for a number of refuelling and resupply locations in the Arctic if Canada is going to assert its ...

1 hour 14 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Environment & Energy Publishing

Natives embrace drilling at ground zero for climate change
Environment & Energy Publishing
Last week's tempest flooded Barrow's sewer and water systems and accelerated coastal erosion. But the prospect of climate change hasn't persuaded Barrow officials to oppose oil drilling in the Arctic. They disagree with the environmental protesters who ...

2 hours 6 min ago in 'Climate Change'

Francetv info

En Alaska, les Inuits victimes du réchauffement climatique
Francetv info
Shishmaref compte 600 habitants, une tribu inuit installée là depuis quatre siècles. Ici, de nombreuses habitations ont disparu. "Ma maison elle était là au niveau des pierres", explique Howard Weyiouanna, maire de Shishmaref. Depuis les années 90, la ...

and more » 2 hours 12 min ago in 'Inuit'

ABC News

3 Issues Obama Should Discuss, Besides Climate Change, as He Heads to the Arctic
ABC News
President Obama heads north today to highlight the issue of climate change against the backdrop of receding glaciers in Alaska. While visiting the 49th state, he plans to tour Seward's Exit glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park, which has receded more ...
Obama's Arctic Trip Comes as Climate Change Builds as 2016 IssueWall Street Journal
Obama's Focus in Oil-Rich Alaska Is Climate Change--As Putin Deploys WarshipsCNSNews.com
Obama defends Arctic drilling decision on eve of Alaska climate change tripThe Guardian
Al Jazeera America -U.S. News & World Report -Environment & Energy Publishing
all 2,288 news articles » 2 hours 54 min ago in 'Climate Change'

Nunatsiaq News

Nunavut elder found dead near his community
Nunatsiaq News
Padma Suramala, Nunavut's chief coroner, said Aug. 31 “no foul play” is suspected and that the elder died “due to his natural disease process.” Twyee had gone out hunting Aug. 25 on an all-terrain vehicle. Searchers began looking for him after he ...

and more » 4 hours 23 min ago in 'Inuit Nunangat'

Livemint

Global warming in the Arctic brews severe winters from US to Asia: study
Livemint
A report in the journal Nature Climate Change said extreme tropical cyclones will become more frequent, bringing higher storm surges to three vulnerable coastal areas: Tampa, Florida; Cairns, Australia; and the Persian Gulf. The research found the ...

and more » 5 hours 45 min ago in 'Climate Change'

TIME

Grenade explodes during Ukraine clashes; 1 officer killed
WQOW TV News 18
But some Ukrainians oppose changing the constitution, saying that it would threaten the country's sovereignty and independence. A total of 265 deputies in the 450-seat parliament gave preliminary approval Monday to the changes proposed by President ...
Ukraine police officer killed, 100 others injured in clashesKTUL

all 1,139 news articles » 7 hours 13 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Newsweek

Grenade explodes during Ukraine clashes; 1 officer killed
KXXV News Channel 25
But some Ukrainians oppose changing the constitution, saying that it would threaten the country's sovereignty and independence. A total of 265 deputies in the 450-seat parliament gave preliminary approval Monday to the changes proposed by President ...
Protests break out in Ukraine over giving regions more powerKTUL

all 385 news articles »Google News 7 hours 13 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Ukraine police officer killed, 100 others injured in clashes
12NewsNow.Com
Shrinking glaciers, Arctic temperatures and a mix of messy energy politics await President Barack Obama as he begins his historic trip to Alaska. Shrinking glaciers, Arctic temperatures and a mix of messy energy politics await President Barack Obama on ...

and more » 7 hours 23 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

New York Daily News

President Obama heads for Alaska to tout climate change initiatives; makes ...
New York Daily News
Shrinking glaciers, Arctic temperatures and a mix of messy energy politics await President Barack Obama on his historic trip to Alaska. Even before he departed, Obama was making waves with a decision to rename Alaska's famed Mount McKinley despite a ...
We in Alaska see that climate change is real. The time to act is nowThe Guardian
Obama set to visit Alaska's Arctic Circle amid charges of hypocrisyAl Jazeera America
Alaska-bound, Obama renames America's tallest peakU.S. News & World Report
Alaska Dispatch News -Voice of America -San Jose Mercury News
all 1,033 news articles » 8 hours 17 min ago in 'Climate Change'

Clashes in Ukraine injure 100 officers after vote on east
WAOW
But some Ukrainians oppose changing the constitution, saying that it would threaten the country's sovereignty and independence. A total of 265 deputies in the 450-seat parliament gave preliminary approval Monday to the changes proposed by Ukrainian ...

Google News 8 hours 30 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Protests break out in Ukraine over giving regions more power
KXXV News Channel 25
But many Ukrainians oppose changing the constitution, saying that threatens the country's sovereignty and independence. A total of 265 deputies in the 450-seat parliament voted Monday to approve the changes proposed by Ukrainian President Petro ...

and more » 9 hours 43 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Protests break out in Ukraine over giving regions more power
KTUL
But many Ukrainians oppose changing the constitution, saying that threatens the country's sovereignty and independence. A total of 265 deputies in the 450-seat parliament voted Monday to approve the changes proposed by Ukrainian President Petro ...

and more »Google News 9 hours 51 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Nunatsiaq News

Aglukkaq: respect Nunavut board's Areva recommendation
Nunatsiaq News
An aerial view of Areva Canada's Kiggavik site. Conservative candidate Leona Aglukkaq said Aug. 28 that the Nunavut Impact Review Board's recommendation against approval of Areva Canada's Kiggavik uranium project right now, should be “respected.

10 hours 44 min ago in 'Inuit Nunangat'

SBS

South Australian fishing community calls for seal cull
SBS
A fishing community in South Australia is calling for a seal cull as burgeoning populations of the protected mammals threaten their catch. By. Rhiannon Elston. 31 Aug 2015 - 3:39 PM UPDATED 2 HOURS AGO ...

and more » 15 hours 54 min ago in 'Polar Bear and Seal Harvesting'

Times Gazette

Russian Federation angles to claim a large portion of the warming Arctic Circle
TV Newsroom
Russian Federation has additionally sought to say its sovereignty within the Arctic by way of diplomacy. Adm. William E. Gortney, head of the Pentagon's Northern Command and North American Aerospace Protection Command, stated that Russian Federation ...
Arctic Nations Battle For Territory but North Pole Development might take yearsTimes Gazette
US trails Russia in scramble for Arctic's economic, geopolitical assetsThe Times (subscription)

all 80 news articles » 16 hours 49 min ago in 'Arctic Sovereignty'

Alaska Dispatch News

On road to Paris climate change talks, Obama detours through Alaska
Alaska Dispatch News
With the effects of climate change growing ever more apparent in the Arctic and throughout the world, there are high hopes that parties attending a December meeting in Paris will emerge with a legally binding global treaty to reduce emissions. And the ...
Alaskan Greens: Obama's Words, Actions Conflict On Climate ChangeKUCB
Alaska-bound, Obama makes waves by renaming Mount McKinleyU.S. News & World Report
Arctic Chills, Messy Energy Politics Await Obama in AlaskaABC News
New York Daily News -Dispatch Times
all 911 news articles » 17 hours 38 min ago in 'Climate Change'

Immortal News

Could Climate Change Lead To Russia-US War Over Arctic Circle?
Immortal News
According to a Scientific American article, military ventures into the area have been initiated, and a report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies raises many concerns about Russia's approach to Arctic issues. “The Arctic is beginning ...
US Is Playing Catch-Up With Russia in Scramble for the ArcticNew York Times
Russia's plans for the Arctic have hit 'two major setbacks'Business Insider
Arctic Nations Joust But North Pole Payoff May Be Years AwayBloomberg
USNI News
all 728 news articles » 20 hours 47 min ago in 'Climate Change'

Los Angeles Times

This is climate change: Alaskan villagers struggle as island is chewed up by ...
Los Angeles Times
This is what climate change looks like, up close and personal. In this town of 403 residents 83 miles above the Arctic Circle, beaches are disappearing, ice is melting, temperatures are rising, and the barrier reef Kivalina calls home gets smaller and ...
The irony of Obama's Arctic voyageCNN

all 13 news articles » 20 hours 51 min ago in 'Climate Change'

Clapway

Climate Change: US and Russia Relations Tense as Arctic Circle Warms
Clapway
The warming waters in the arctic circle have been prophesied to mean many things: a dangerous rise in sea level, loss of habitat for dozens of animals and even improvement to others, but it is also paving the way for new advantages for the lands in ...
Could Climate Change Lead To Russia-US War Over Arctic Circle?Immortal News

all 16 news articles » 23 hours 6 min ago in 'Climate Change'
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