Henry Huntington studies human-environment interactions in the Arctic and beyond, and also works to conserve the Arctic environment in light of climate change and industrial development. In addition to dozens of scientific papers, he has written chapters in several major Arctic Council reports. He is also one of the authors of “The Meaning of Ice,” a recent book about sea ice in three Arctic communities. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Princeton University and his master’s and doctorate at the University of Cambridge. He lives with his wife and two sons in Eagle River, Alaska.