A journey through the waters of our rapidly changing Arctic.
I Canoed to the Arctic Ocean, and What Did I Find? A Balmy Beach
Water that’s 72 degrees Fahrenheit would be pleasant just about anywhere, let alone in the Arctic Circle.
The People Making Solar Power Where the Sun Doesn't Set
The tricky balance of diesel and renewable energy in the far north.
This Is Where 1 Million Paddle Strokes Gets a Climate Reporter in a Canoe
Hint: Very, very far north.
The Best Place in the World to Set a Forest Fire
“Up here we can go to the 95th percentile, the worst conditions.”
Silt Built This Town—And Melting Ice Will Eventually Destroy It
The island upon which Fort Simpson rests has always been in flux, but climate change has tweaked the balanced system.
Everything I Brought With Me on a 1,200-Mile River Canoe Trip
It took five months to plan, purchase, test, re-purchase, and pack the gear I'd need to paddle the entire length of the Mackenzie River to report on climate change.
Why I Canoed 1,200 Miles to the Arctic Circle to Report on Climate Change
How did you spend your summer?