The UArctic Thematic Network on Local-scale Planning, Climate Change and Resilience and Live It Earth partnered to create a bilingual educational program with supplemental resources featuring climate stories of resilience and adaptations from across the Canadian Arctic.
Located on the border town of Kirkenes at the Norwegian-Russian border, The Barents Institute at the UiT The Arctic University of Norway seeks to fill a one-year position in border studies and research.
After a long wait, which included a pandemic, the Norwegian Scientific Academy for Polar Research (NVP) could finally again invite students to the NVP International Summer School in Longyearbyeb on 17–26 June.
At Arctic Frontiers 2023 Moving North, there will be seven science themes, covering a wide range of topics in physical and social sciences. The call-for-abstracts is now open with a deadline on September 26.
The SmartICE project titled “Mobilizing Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit of Ice Travel to Enhance Community Engagement with and Adaptation to Changing Ice Conditions” is partnering with the communities of Arctic Bay, Arviat, Gjoa Haven and Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut, and Nain, Nunatsiavut to document and share their local Inuit Qaujimajatu...
The UArctic Chair on Arctic Legal Research & Education, Kamrul Hossain, is pleased to announce the launch of a database project to store information on doctoral and post-doctoral projects on Arctic Law.
The EU-H2020 funded INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) opens a call for research groups to apply for Transnational Access and Remote Access to 39 (TA) and 26 (RA) research stations.
The Danish funded project "Widening the Impact of the Thematic Network on Collaborative Resource Management" led by Nordisk Fond for Miljø og Udvikling (NORDECO) is progressing, and has had several activities, furthering community-based monitoring and management in the Arctic.
In 2018 the International Sámi Film Institute (ISFI) joined forces with international film partners to create a network of support for Indigenous filmmaking, which included establishing the Arctic Indigenous Film Fund (AIFF).
A new exhibition at the University of Aberdeen brings together the work of one of Scotland's most acclaimed landscape artists and the story of an Orcadian explorer - united by both their name and passion for the Arctic.