A months-long investigation shows how the energy giant pressured the Interior Department during the company's gung-ho Arctic push—and got most of what it wanted (except oil).
The Inside Story of Shell’s Arctic Assault
Sitting Ducks: Why Millions of Arctic Seabirds Are in Danger
Oil spills, climate change, fishing, shipping routes—threats facing Arctic seabirds are vast, and hard to track.
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How to Protect Birds at the End of the Earth
December 31, 2015 — Audubon Alaska's executive director talks to us about the wonders of migration, and how to make the Arctic safer for birds.
What One Magnificent Predator Can Show Us About the Arctic's Future
December 31, 2015 — Scientists are scaling the cliffs of Alaska's Seward Peninsula to stop the mighty Gyrfalcon from losing more ground to climate change.
Meet the Creatures of the Arctic Polar Night
December 31, 2015 — As the far north heats up, more open waters means more winter habitat for a wider variety of birds and other marine life.
How One Alaskan Community Is Attempting to Adapt to Climate Change
December 31, 2015 — The Iñupiat use portable houses and sandbags to shield themselves from rising waters and melting permafrost, but can they save their culture?
Breaking the Ice: Survival Lessons from a Changing Arctic
December 30, 2015 — As temperatures rise and sea ice melts, our intrepid correspondent heads north to watch scientists test technologies to better understand the Arctic.