Algeria

Benghazi 'self-rule' resonates with Berbers

Libya's main ethnic minority still yearns for recognition, two years after Gaddafi's death.

Benghazi 'self-rule' resonates with Berbers

Witness

Village at the End of the World

How an Inuit community on the north coast of Greenland is pulling together to save their village and way of life.

Environment

UN: Global warming is reshaping the planet

Greenland will eventually become green as its ice sheets melt, UN Climate Change Panel reported Friday.

Opinion

A fishy situation at the top of the world

With climate change opening up the Arctic, a pact regulating commercial fishing in the region is urgently needed.

Michael Byers

by Michael Byers

Michael Byers

Environment

Vast canyon discovered beneath Greenland ice

While measuring ice, scientists studying climate change made new discovery that pre-dates human life.

Opinion

China could be the future of Arctic oil

Though China does not have jurisdiction in the Arctic Ocean, it aims to be the power behind drilling for Arctic oil.

Michael Byers

by Michael Byers

Michael Byers

US & Canada

Nunavut and the future of Canada's Arctic

Inuit challenge Canadian government over failures on Nunavut deal's 20th anniversary.

Nunavut and the future of Canada's Arctic

Opinion

Climate change: The next challenge for national security

The question isn't whether we can afford to combat climate change, but rather how can we not?

Wesley Clark

by Wesley Clark

Wesley Clark

Environment

China angles for Arctic power as ice melts

China aims to expand its influence in the resource rich area.

China angles for Arctic power as ice melts

Opinion

Is the press too big to fail?

From climate change to financial meltdown, the worst of our journalism is becoming the norm, writes scholar.

Todd Gitlin

by Todd Gitlin

Todd Gitlin

Opinion

Entering a resource-shock world

Climate change will wreak its havoc on us by constraining our access to the basics of life: vital resources like food.

Michael Klare

by Michael Klare

Michael Klare

Opinion

World Energy Report 2012: The good, the bad, and the really, truly ugly

Energy industry's ability to boost production of oil, coal and gas is ensuring ever higher levels of carbon emissions.

Michael Klare

by Michael Klare

Michael Klare

Environment

Polar ice melt 'accelerating'

Glaciers and icebergs are believed to be melting at the fastest rate recorded in decades.

The Climate Question: Degrees of Change

As delegates gather in Doha for COP18, we examine communities on the front line of global warming.

The Climate Question: Degrees of Change

Fault Lines

The Battle for the Arctic

Fault Lines travels to the Arctic Circle to investigate the impact a resource rush might have on local communities.