Climate change and the corporate scramble for the Arctic

This is the second of a two-part feature examining the impact of climate change on the Arctic. Part I examined the uses of the colonial imagination of the Arctic.  Many of the winter months of 2012 were among the warmest on record. The warming of our winters is an unsettling trend. For example, in the Arctic […]

Climate change, the Arctic and the colonial imagination

This is the first in a two-part feature examining the impact of climate change on the Arctic. Next week, Part II will look at the harmful impacts of climate change in the Arctic and how corporations are looking to move in, taking advantage of the retreating ice to pursue extractive industrial projects.  There is a […]

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