12 energy topics under the 2018-2020 Horizon 2020 Work Programme are open for application. The projects will be selected for funding in a single-stage evaluation. The deadline to submit a proposal is September 1, 2020.
The One Health project is led by the Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) of the Arctic Council and now is in its third Chairmanship cycle under the leadership of the United States, Canada, and Finland. The One Arctic, One Health Fact Sheet is now published.
Good health is not the mere absence of diseases. It is the result of a complex interplay between factors influencing our daily lives and the surrounding environment. However, increased human activities resulting in the loss of natural habitats imperil both healthy ecosystems and healthy humans.
International Centre for Reindeer Husbandrys report to Horizon 2020 INTERACT: Guide for facilitating local adaptation to environmental change by Rosa-Máren Magga, Anders Oskal & Svein D Mathiesen (editors). Project No. 730938
You are invited to participate in an online workshop to discuss topics and ideas that you think are important for policy makers and the Arctic Science Ministers to better understand and prioritize at the Third Arctic Science Ministerial (ASM3; https://asm3.org/).
We at UArctic, together with the local host organizations in Iceland, have made the difficult decision to postpone the UArctic Congress (originally scheduled to take place in Reykjavik Oct 6-8, 2020) until May 2021 in conjunction with the Arctic Council Ministerial.
The Arctic Centre at the University of Lapland is seeking candidates for two post-doctoral positions (ca. 45 months) starting in the fall 2020, by 1 October 2020 at the latest. Apply by August 3, 2020, 1.00 pm.