The seminar focuses on developing and presenting innovative perspectives on human-environment relations in the circumpolar North, especially within a context of contemporary environmental changes which affect livelihoods, human engagement with the environment, resource use and development at multiple and interrelated levels.

Keynote speakers and presenters from the fields of anthropology, sociology and geography will address the main theme of the seminar in four subthemes:

  1. People, Energy and Resources
  2. Climate, Livelihoods and Tourism
  3. Rivers and Watersheds
  4. People, Predators and Pests
The seminar is free of charge.
Registration is required by 16th February.

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or contact Hannah Strauss or Kaarina Tervo.