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All of SEARCH and many people in Utqiagvik and around the world are greatly saddened by the loss of our colleague and friend, John Craighead George. Craig was lost in a rafting accident on the Chulitna River on 5 July and his body recovered on 16 July. A resident of Utqiagvik for the past 46…Read More
We are pleased to welcome Alexander Shahbazi back to SEARCH. While a student at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, Alex conducted research on Arctic high seas fishing for the World Wildlife Fund, polar bear management for Polar Bears International, and co-production of knowledge for SEARCH. Since graduating, he founded Terra Virens Consulting…Read More
At this year’s Arctic Encounter Symposium in Anchorage, SEARCH team members explored the Meaning of Melt.
With 11 different voices speaking on the meaning of melt—and with audience members welcomed to share their own thoughts—we centered what the loss of sea ice means for Indigenous people, scientists, artists, policy makers, and moreRead More