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National Geographic Magazine
September 2019
The Arctic is Heating Up
By Neil Shea, Craig Welch, Jennifer Kingsley & Acacia Johnson
As the Ice Melts and the Tundra Thaws, Old Rivals Scramble for Position – and Ancient Ways Risk Being Lost
Photograph by Acacia Johnson

As the world warms, old tensions reignite on the last of the ice at the top of the world. These stories explore the lives on the front line of this new conflict: one between landscape and the climate, humans and the landscape, and between humans and humans across the melting ice of a fast-changing territory.  

A Special Issue of National Geographic

The New Cold War How climate change is setting the stage for conflict at the top of the world 
An Arctic Mystery The new clues to one of seafaring's coldest, darkest vanishings. 
The Carbon Threat How thawing tundra is having unexpected global effects
Alone With Wolves a solo encounter with a ravenous wolf pack deep within the Arctic circle
Before It Melts Inuits are teaching their children how to live of the vanishing ice to preserve their culture 

Plus Art from Beach Rubbish | The Source of Flavour | The Tiger Cam

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