From 7-9 November 2023, the Norwegian project "The Nansen Legacy" invites the international research community to symposium with the title "Towards the new Arctic Ocean – Past, Present, Future" in Tromsø, Norway.
Launch event of the book “Education, Equity and Inclusion – Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable North” (Springer) will be held on 21st November 2022 at 2-3:30pm at Seminar hall 103, University of Lapland. Welcome to listen a panel discussion about the themes of the book.
This is an open invitation for academics, policy makers and practitioners to propose a session for Sustainability Science Days conference 2023: Pathways of Hope – Knowledge, Actions, Solutions, that will be arranged on 24–26 May 2023.
Albert van Wijngaarden is one of the first individuals to receive an event scholarship through UArctic thanks to a private donation. In October 2022 he spent several days in Reykjavík, Iceland, immersing himself in Arctic perspectives and conversations.
Maajja-Krihke Bransfjell was one of the twenty participants of the Indigenous youth leadership workshop organized in Arendal in August 2022. For her, meeting youth with similar challenges and experiences was an important opportunity.
The Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) announces the availability of community meeting space at the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), to be held 12-16 December 2022 in Chicago, Illinois.
A process has started to connect scientists, engineers, writers, economists and politicians with the indigenous rightsholders in Greenland to discuss active conservation of the Greenland ice sheet. In their meetings in Reykjavik they have agreed that research on topic is urgently needed.
Thanks to a private donation to UArctic, Alexandre Delangle got to spend three intensive days in Reykjavík expanding his networks and knowledge. He joined the 2022 Arctic Circle Assembly as one of the My Northern Project participants, pitching his research topic in less than five minutes in the science popularization contest.