Latest News for: Greenland society


Queen Mary and King Frederik make controversial decision that sends a

The Daily Mail 03 Jun 2024
The King has assumed 14 of his mother's patronages which includes the American-Scandinavian Foundation, The Danish Bible Society, The Sports Confederation of Denmark (DIF), The Greenlandic House and The Royal Danish Geographical Society.

From Australia to the Arctic, young Indigenous changemakers speak out

Grist 24 Apr 2024
Ilulissat, a small town on the western coast of Greenland ... Bro believes Indigenous and LGBTQ+ communities are especially vulnerable in Greenland. “We have been struggling within society and we need to be included in decision-making,” he said.

Blinked and missed the eclipse? Here's when the next one will be

WPTV 09 Apr 2024
According to the Planetary Society, only Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota will get to see the totality in 2044, with Greenland and Canada as a starting point. .

Solar eclipse maps show 2024 totality path, peak times across the U.S.

Sandhills Express 07 Apr 2024
The 2024 eclipse will start in Greenland, pass over Canada and end as the sun sets in Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota, according to the Planetary Society.

CO2 Bursting into the Atmosphere

Dissident Voice 22 Mar 2024
It’s almost impossible to grasp the damage happening to world ecosystems because it happens on the fringe of civil society, such as Siberian and Alaskan permafrost leaking methane, Antarctica ice ...

Why world powers are wooing resource-rich Greenland

Korea Times 20 Mar 2024
Greenland is about 80 percent ice-capped and, until the 1940s, was a protected, isolated society ... In this context, the more than 810,000-square-mile Greenland is an increasingly prominent player with huge potential.

Greenland’s growing appeal to key global powers

Arab News 14 Mar 2024
Greenland is about 80 percent ice-capped and, until the 1940s, was a protected, isolated society ... km of territory of Greenland is an increasingly prominent player, with huge potential ... in Greenland.

Greenland is turning GREEN: Area of ice the size of Wales has melted over the ...

The Daily Mail 13 Feb 2024
Even though the island was covered with white snow as far as the eye could see, he called it 'Greenland' in the hopes the name would attract settlers ... Photos show how much the Greenland Ice Sheet melted during baking summer temperatures.

A Painting by Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II Heads to Auction

New York Observer 01 Feb 2024
Profits from the sales of her posters, lithographs and calendars typically benefit organizations like the Danish Cancer Society, the Danish Multiple Sclerosis Society and Greenlandic Children.

Veterans Day: Only 19 WWII veterans still living in Allegany County

Olean Times Herald 11 Nov 2023
The oldest of those, is Gerald Luckey of Fillmore, who is nearly 100 years old. Luckey served in the U.S ... who served in uniform from 1941 to 1945 ... From any level of society. As young as 15 or as old as 72 serving anywhere from Greenland to New Guinea ... .

Glacial rock flour creates new opportunities for Greenlandic agriculture

Phys Dot Org 18 Oct 2023
The study is published in the Soil Science Society of America Journal ... Weber et al, Glacial rock flour reduces the hydrophobicity of Greenlandic cultivated soils, Soil Science Society of America Journal (2022) ... Soil Science Society of America Journal.

Exploring Native American influence on founding mothers: a fascinating podcast discussion

The Cincinnati Herald 09 Oct 2023
Native women, on the other hand, were fully equal in their society and played an integral role in political affairs and in keeping harmony with nature ... Northern areas of Canada, Greenland, and Alaska.

‘Kalak’: San Sebastian Review

Screen Daily 28 Sep 2023
... translated here as ‘dirty Greenlander’, seemingly both insult and compliment, but apparently implying the possibility of Jan’s total integration into the society he has chosen to escape to. .

Collapse 2.0

Consortium News 21 Aug 2023
Mayan civilization is believed to have supported a population of more than 10 million people at its peak between 250 and 900 A.D., while the Norse Greenlanders established a distinctively European society around 1000 A.D.