The Agricultural University of Iceland is looking for a motivated PhD student to join the project “Herbivores in the tundra: linking diversity and function (TUNDRAsalad)” funded by the Icelandic Research Fund.

This book will be number eight in the Relate North series connected to the Arctic Sustainable Arts & Design (ASAD) Thematic Network of the University of Arctic and the second to be published by InSEA Publications.

The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor) has launched a pan-Canadian challenge aiming to empower territorial communities to adapt innovative strategies to improve the lives of their residents by increasing food security.

EU-PolarNet 2 invites European Polar research projects to take part to online survey on on-going and planned stakeholder and rightholder engagement in European Polar Research (Arctic and Antarctic). The survey  is open until February 28th, 2021.

Support is currently available for early career researchers, Arctic researchers at Russian institutions and/or focusing on the Russian Arctic, and Indigenous Scholars and Knowledge holders with homeland in the Arctic. Deadline: February 10, 2021.