In the news: Consequences of rapid Arctic environmental change for people, Arctic Report Card 2022
Co-chair of the Human Well Being team Jackie Qataliña Schaeffer spoke with multiple news outlets about the importance of the 2022 Arctic Report Card. To read all the original stories click the links below or check out our “In the News” page to see the running coverage. Questions? Media inquiries? Please reach out to Athena Copenhaver: .
Alaska Public Media – “Arctic Report Card 2022: Rapid climate change brings extreme events to the North” by Liz Ruskin
The Conversation – “Arctic Report Card 2022: The Arctic is getting rainier and seasons are shifting, with broad disturbances for people, ecosystems and wildlife”
The New York Times – “The Arctic is becoming wetter and stormier, scientists warn” by Raymond Zhong
Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, University of Georgia – “2022 Arctic Report Card” by Alan Flurry
Indian Country Today – “The warming Arctic reveals shifting seasons: Scientists release the 2022 Arctic Report Card” by Joaqlin Estus
Washington Post – “Warmer and stormier conditions are destabilizing the Arctic, report says” by Kasha Patel