Here's a roundup of stories that made headlines across the Arctic this past week:
Canada: Two new lawsuits have been launched in realtion to the First Air plane crash in the Canadian Arctic last year.
Finland: Tests by the Finnish Food Safety Authority have found organ damage in dead birds at the Talvivaara processing pond in Sotkamo in east Finland.
Norway: Norway, Russia and the United States are planning a joint naval drill this August.
Russia: A Russian expert voices concerns about the country's new oil platforms and about the environmental impact of developing the Northern Sea Route
United States (Alaska): An interactive map is launched detailing Alaska's mininig boom.
This story is posted on Alaska Dispatch as part of Eye on the Arctic, a collaborative partnership between public and private circumpolar media organizations. Write Eilís Quinn at eilis.quinn(at)cbc.ca.