The Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award serves to promote and raise awareness of promising projects which address climate change through concrete actions and plans. The Award provides high-level recognition for innovative ideas that transforms knowledge into action to help address the impacts of climate change in the Arctic. Each prize comes with a 100,000 Euro unrestricted grant that is intended to help develop the ideas through outreach, engagement, and communication.

The two prizes will be granted at the Arctic Circle Assembly in October in Reykjavík, Iceland where the awardees will also be celebrated at a special reception. The recipients will be asked to give a short presentation at the Arctic Circle Assembly and other potentially beneficial venues.

Nomination deadline: 17 May 2022

For more information, go to:
Arctic Academic Action Award webpage

For questions, contact:
Jenny Baeseman