"Nunavut Governance and the Incorporation of Inuit Traditional Knowledge"ARKTIS Graduate School and the Arctic Centre, with the support of the Embassy of Canada in Finland, organise an open seminar on Monday, March 29, 2010 at 14.00 at the Aurora Hall, Arktikum.

The Conference Board of Canada recently launched a new five-year initiative called the Centre for the North. The Centre brings together Aboriginal leaders, businesses, governments, communities, educational institutions, and other organizations to achieve a shared vision of sustainable prosperity in the North. We are seeking a...

Friday, 19 March 2010Miami, FloridaWebstreaming for the International Day of the State of the Arctic Conference will begin Friday, 19 March 2010 at 8:30 a.m. EDT. An address given by Alaska senator, Hon. Lisa Murkowski, will begin at 3:00 p.m. EDT.

Indigenous organizations representing groups such as the Sámi, Inuit, Nenet’s, etc have a wealth of information that is useful in helping to adapt to climate change. The incorporation of this knowledge through policy and decisions which affect the Arctic regions could be beneficial. To read more about this click here to read...

Findings through the Arctic Species Trend Index (ASPI) reflect a decline of 26% in species populations in high arctic regions. The most current edition of the ASPI report will be presented at the State of the Arctic conference in Miami, Florida and it will be made available on the internet after March 17, 2010 at www.asti.is

Tuesday - Friday, 16-19 March 2010 Miami, FloridaThe State of the Arctic will be a milestone for arctic science by providing an open international forum to review the current knowledge of the arctic system in a time of rapid environmental change and point to future research, resource management, and policy directions.

The workshop, held in Rovaniemi, Finland in March 8-10th, brought together the Arctic organizations working on metadata, electronic libraries and online learning. The goal was to share knowledge, discuss and find possible synergies and forms of co-operation that will benefit all.

The Faculty of Geology and Survey, and the “Mineral raw material resources and evaluation technologies” Research Educational Center invite undergraduate and post-graduate students to join Summer Geological School.