Climate justice is an emerging and increasingly relevant field in Arctic research as the region undergoes rapid physical and socio-economic change because of climate change. Recently, the Centre for Climate Justice hosted a webinar on charting a way for climate justice research in the Arctic.






Across the world, soils are impacted by disturbances caused by trampling of large animals and us, humans, as well as by the weight of our vehicles. Polar tundra ecosystems face these same pressures, as tundra is occupied by large grazers, such as reindeer and musk ox, but also experiences ever increasing human activities. Sti...