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Heartbreaking Video Shows Starving Polar Bear On Warming Canadian Island
A photographer filmed the "soul-crushing" scene to try to break through climate change apathy.
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Loaded for Polar Bear in Nunavut: Nanook of the North On the Looney Front -- Part 6
My Inuit guide Maurice is not free today but his brother Alan turns up astride the tracked metal beast, and I ensconce myself atop a plastic ice-cooler at the back of a sled behind a little on-board hut-type contraption.
Of Ice Fields and Icebergs in Frozen Nunavut: Nanook of the North on the Looney Front -- Part 5
Doing in reverse in 40 minutes what it took Mr. Cheltenham and his friend seven days to complete with skis and spiked boots down below, I gain a magnificent bird's eye view of the craggy splendours of Nunavut's Auyuittuq National Park on the flight from Pangnirtung to Qikiqtarjuaq.
A James Bond Park in Canada's Frozen Nunavut: Nanook of the North on the Looney Front -- Part 4
There's a huge thick eiderdown on the sled and I burrow down under it, with only my head emerging, like a curious ninja turtle. But my feet are still freezing, my hands are frozen, my balaclava-ed face is stinging like old buggery, and, yes, my lashes have frozen over again.
Moving up Baffin Island in Nunavut's Arctic Spring: Nanook of the North on the Looney Front - Part 3
I still have enough time in Iqaluit, Nunavut's capital, to recoup for my earlier failure to find Sylvia Grinnell territorial park. I find an office in a shack and enquire. "First right, first left, you can't miss it," I'm told.
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