Barry Pottle’s exhibition of 19 photos brings attention to the controversial Inuit…
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This doodle, drawn in a notebook marked “Year End Inventory 1965,” depicts Bavilla Joe, a 37-year-old Yupik Eskimo.
By Dan Clendenin
Technically-speaking, the tiny village-island of Kivalina — just two square miles of land, situated 130 miles above the Arctic Circle, is part of Alaska, and therefore very much part of the United States. In the 2010 census, its…
Air New Zealand announced a competition where the prize is a two-week trip to the Antarctic with a National Geographic photographer. Personally, I can think of little else that would be as much fun with your clothes on.
On the Yukon Delta, an ancient weapon is as vital to hunters today as it was 12,000 years ago.