The Good News About UK Expats' Rights In The EU Ignored

Dr Michael Arnheim | Posted 27.03.2017 | UK Politics
Dr Michael Arnheim

In addition, nationals of 88 non-EU countries (including Russia) working in the EU are accorded the same rights as EU citizens by agreements between these countries and the EU. Why can't Britain become the 89th such country? As far as I am aware, this possibility has never been raised by anyone in the UK. And, once again, these are agreements with the EU as a whole, not with individual EU member-states.

Beautiful Blue Lakes In East Antarctica Send A Worrying Message About Climate Change

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 22.08.2016 | UK Tech

Thousands of blue lakes are appearing on an ice sheet in East Antarctica and scientists know it is bad news. A team of researchers in the UK have bee...

Culture for Change

Nancy Campbell | Posted 08.10.2016 | UK Entertainment
Nancy Campbell

'Climate is culture.' So say ArtCOP21, a global festival of cultural activity on climate change which runs from September to December 2015. ArtCop21 l...

UN Climate Change Summit Framed By Landmark IPCC Study

Julian Hunt | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK
Julian Hunt

The annual UN Annual Climate Change Summit began in Poland on November 11th and continues until the 22nd. This major international conference is a key stepping stone towards the goal of securing by end-2015 a comprehensive global climate change treaty to take effect from 2020 onward.

Poles Apart

Conor Mills | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Conor Mills

Not to be trumped by the third heir to the throne, I too am in the process of organising a return trip to Greenland and to the Arctic. Unexpectedly, the Greenlandic Tourist Board has kindly invited me back in December to celebrate Christmas in the capital city of Nuuk with the locals.

Caroline Frost

DOCUMENTARY: How To Survive When You Live At The End Of The World... | Caroline Frost | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK Entertainment

The director of the documentary film 'The Village at the End of the World' admits that she didn't even realise the power of the story in in her camera...

Clare Carter - Recording in the Dark

Nancy Campbell | Posted 08.01.2013 | Home
Nancy Campbell

Carter's understanding of landscape is multiple. It can be "inner and outer, physical and psychological, inhabited and uninhabited." She has mapped "the pathways and entry points between these worlds" using painting and, more recently, music as The Horn The Hunt, with composer/musician Joe Osborne.

Drawing in Arctic Water

Nancy Campbell | Posted 14.12.2012 | Home
Nancy Campbell

Although the bookbinder's craft isn't always about preservation, Rowledge has done a lot of book conservation work. But can the arts of the book protect the future of the environment?

Arctic Sea Ice 'At Lowest Extent For A Million Years'

The Huffington Post UK | Ted Thornhill | Posted 25.09.2012 | UK

Sea ice in the Arctic has melted to below four-million square kilometres, the lowest it has been for a million years, according to a noted sea ice geo...

Nobel Prize-Winner Reveals What Has Caused Extreme Global Weather

The Huffington Post UK | Ted Thornhill | Posted 20.08.2012 | UK

It’s highly likely that recent extreme weather events around the world were the result of man-made global warming, according to Nobel Prize-winning ...

Greenland's Glaciers Melting At Their Fastest Since Records Began

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 15.08.2012 | UK

The Greenland ice sheet is melting at its fastest rate since records began, boosting concerns over rising sea levels and the threat of global warming....

Snow Way! Giant Iceberg Twice The Size Of Manhattan Forms In Greenland

The Huffington Post UK | Ted Thornhill | Posted 20.08.2012 | UK

As icebergs go, this is a whopper. A 46 square-mile (120 square km) chunk of ice broke away from Greenland’s Petermann Glacier on Monday. If y...

A Greenland Food Adventure in Ilulissat

Conor Mills | Posted 18.07.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Conor Mills

As our small propeller-powered plane begins its descent into Ilulissat I'm glued to the small porthole-shaped window mesmerised by the breathtaking views. Once we break through the stationary clouds and snow-capped mountains, the sea reveals itself for the first time.

A Greenland Food Adventure

Conor Mills | Posted 24.06.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Conor Mills

Twenty-four hours after departing a chaotic and densely populated London Heathrow, I touch down in Greenland on what appears to be the only patch of land that isn't blanketed in white for as far as the eye can see. The reason I've come to this predominantly uninhabited and perilously cold country is to learn as much as possible about its mysterious and unique food culture.

Global Warming Threatens Ancient Inuit Traditions

PA | Posted 25.11.2011 | UK

Traditional ways of life in polar regions may disappear within 25 years, according to an academic who spent a year living in one of the world's most r...