Norilsk State Industrial Institute would like to invite researchers, lecturers, PhD students and students to participate remotely in the 19th annual international conference "Taimyr Readings - 2020" dedicated to the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013 - 2022). The conference is to be held on December...
The IV International Forum “Creative Industries of the Arctic Region: Experience and Prospects for Development” is aimed at cooperation and exchange of experience between the provision of professional development services for the entertainment industry, the country and abroad.
The University of Oulu coordinated networking project “Indigenous and non-indigenous residents of the Nordic-Russian region: Best practices for equity in healthy ageing (NORRUS-AGE)” received its successful online start on November 4, 2020.
The special issue of the Polar Record journal discusses Arctic science diplomacy case studies which both exercise examples from the regional to global and global to regional co-influence, and explore innovative tools and approaches to delivering science diplomacy in the rapidly changing global context. Deadline: Nov 30, 2020.
The online session on November 10 by the Canadian International Arctic Centre and Polar Knowledge Canada will explore how to best advocate for including Indigenous knowledge, what it looks like in the field, and to share best practices with participants.
The second event of the Third Arctic Science Ministerial (ASM3) Webinar Series will take place on 11 November 2020 at 13:00 UTC. The series is a joint cooperation between the ASM3 Organizers in Iceland and Japan and the European Polar Board.
Climate changes have been important stressors of biodiversity since the beginning of time. This applies not least to Arctic birds during all of the Quaternary, since few places on Earth have fluctuated as much climatically as the polar regions. This means that Arctic biodiversity may be better adapted to climate fluctuations...
Despite COVID-19, it succeeded this weekend in completing an international PhD course at the Greenland Center for Health Research at Ilisimatusarfik. The participants came from Canada, Russia, the USA, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
Professor Jeffrey Welker* and Colleagues
*UArctic Research Chair, University of Oulu, Finland & University of Alaska Anchorage
The Snowier, New Arctic may lead to major increases in C capture and storage: A negative climate change feedback.
Every year, the Arctic Futures Symposium creates discussions and exchanges between Arctic stakeholders from different backgrounds and perspectives over key challenges and issues the Arctic is facing. The 2020 Symposium will be held as a series of webinars from 30 November to 2 December.