Here’s what you can do in your community
There are many ways to tackle climate change, ranging from daily action, personal actions to political involvement. For inspiration on taking action, have a look at these links below.
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How you can help your city fight climate change
Daily actions, political engagement, and community activity you can do right now.
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Climate change – what you can do
On climate change
Live Science – Climate change affecting Arctic Antarctic differently
Climate Hot Map
Reddit – Earth just had the hottest august in 136 years
Hindawi – Temperature and Precipitation Development at Svalbard 1900–2100
The Guardian – Why our brains are wired to ignore climate change and what to do about it
On and from Spitsbergen
Polar Permaculture – sustainable farming solutions in the Arctic
Weather statistics for Longyearbyen
Ice People – the worlds northernmost newspaper
The Barents Observer – More tourists sail Svalbard waters
The Barents Observer – Busy days Svalbard waters
Washington Post – What its like in the cold dark isolated coal mines of the Arctic
Independent – Svalbard: 100 days dark winter
The Barents Observer – New Arctic satellite laser on Svalbard
Sysselmannen – the Governor of Svalbard
Topo Svalbard – map
Norges Kart – map
Unis – the University Centre Svalbard