The Arctic Environmental Responsibility Index seeks to better understand resource extraction and environmental responsibility in the Arctic.
Author: Ilan Kelman
What happens to animals in disasters? Ilan Kelman reflects on how disasters impact different groups of animals, from pets to service animals to wildlife.
With Norway having territorial claims on both the North and South Poles, disaster researchers ask: could Norway lead the way in polar disaster diplomacy?
2021 marks the beginning of the UN Decade of Ocean Science. Norway’s projected contributions are outlined by the Research Council of Norway.
Ilan Kelman reports on the recently completed MOSAiC expedition into the Arctic, with data to be made available to all in 2021.
Ilan Kelman reflects on the potential for “disaster diplomacy” to help ease potential tensions between Norway and Russia in the Arctic.
Norway has emerged as a leader in the development of vaccines with its founding membership in several international science coalitions.
Researchers in Norway studied the effects of reading texts in both digital and hard-copy formats, opening questions about our digital age.
As summer begins, Ilan Kelman discusses the current scientific understanding of the dangerous relationship between tanning and skin cancer.
Ilan Kelman discusses recent studies that demonstrate the effects of fish farms on fish health and methods to minimize the risks.