- Arctic expert-to-expert initiative introduced
Arctic expert-to-expert initiative introducedCircumpolar scientific cooperation in the Arctic is more important than ever at present challenging geo-political situation. The main purpose of the Arctic expert-to-expert initiative is continued dialogue and exchange of knowledge between transdisciplinary Arctic experts of all nations. This dialogue should proceed in people-to-people format (in[…]
- COP27 - Sharm-El-Sheikh Adaptation Agenda
COP27 - Sharm-El-Sheikh Adaptation AgendaOn 8 November at the COP27 the COP27 Presidency announced the launch of Sharm-El-Sheikh Adaptation Agenda in partnership with the High-Level Champions – a comprehensive, shared agenda to rally global action around 30 adaptation outcomes that are needed to address the adaptation gap and achieve a resilient[…]
- COP27 in Egypt - We must act now!
COP27 in Egypt - We must act now!The 27th Conference of the Parties or COP27 kicked off on 7 November in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. On the inauguration of the Climate Implementation Summit, more than 100 World Leaders gathered at COP27 to work towards implementation of existing climate agreements such as the Kyoto Protocol (adopted[…]
- The World Food Forum 2022 Recap
The World Food Forum 2022 RecapThis year, World Food Forum 2022 brought together more than 2,000 people in person at FAO headquarters in Rome, from presidents to artists, scientists, investors, Indigenous Peoples and young leaders from around the world! With over 40,000 visits online, and registrants from more than 180 countries,[…]
- New US National Strategy for the Arctic Reg...
New US National Strategy for the Arctic Region - first Wilson Centre online seminarWilson Center’s Polar Institute held its first discussion in a series about the new National Strategy for the Arctic Region (NSAR) on October 25th, featuring representatives from the Arctic Executive Steering Committee, Department of Defense, State Department, and National Security Council.
- New book by Professor Jean Malaurie
New book by Professor Jean MalaurieJean Malaurie's new book "De la Pierre à l'âme" ("From Stone to Soul") has been published on 20 October 2022, by Éditions Plon.
- Reindeer herders in Rome: all roads lead to...
Reindeer herders in Rome: all roads lead to the FoodLabThe World Food Forum by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) takes place from 17 to 21 October 2022 with a special focus on “Healthy Diets. Healthy Planet”. The Forum brings together thousands of participants at the FAO headquarters in Rome that discuss food, science[…]
- Arctic Investment Partners announced at the...
Arctic Investment Partners announced at the Arctic Circle AssemblyAt the 2022 Arctic Circle Assembly, which took place in Reykjavík, Iceland on October 13-16, attended by over 2000 participants from over 60 countries, Chairman of Arctic Circle, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, announced the official formation of an Arctic Investment Partners working group.
- The Winners of the 2022 Frederik Paulsen Ar...
The Winners of the 2022 Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action AwardA research team in Svalbard receives a 100,000 euros grant to continue developing an advanced permafrost and meteorological climate change response system in the arctic.
- Winners of the 2022 Arctic Circle Prize!
Winners of the 2022 Arctic Circle Prize!At the final night of the Arctic Circle Assembly the 2022 Arctic Circle Prize was presented to the Alfred Wegener Institute for the MOSAiC Expedition in the Arctic.
- Polar lessons in December 2022
Polar lessons in December 2022Be invited to the online lessons about the Arctic and polar research. Find out the educational offer in December: 6 Dec at 8 UTC: Polar bear - the king of the Arctic 7 Dec at 9 UTC: the Unknown world beneath our feet 9[…]
- CliC Grants 2022: Open Call
CliC Grants 2022: Open CallGoal: CliC grants aim at increasing the engagement of Early Career Scientists in CliC. The project strives for gender balance and geographical diversity so submissions from regions currently under represented in CliC, such as Asia and Africa, are particularly encouraged. Objectives: Applications shall target[…]
- Arctic Basecamp - Save the Date: Davos 2023
Arctic Basecamp - Save the Date: Davos 2023When: 15th - 20th January 2022 We are delighted to announce that we will once again be pitching our tents outside the Schatzalp hotel in Davos this January to Speak Science to Power. We are planning a range of high level sessions on the global risks of Arctic change and highlighting key[…]
- Arctic Yearbook 2022 published
Arctic Yearbook 2022 publishedThe newly released Arctic Yearbook 2022 explores the theme“ The Russian Arctic: Economics, Politics & Peoples.” This theme was chosen prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as understanding the Russian Arctic has always been a critical component of understanding Arctic affairs. It’s even more[…]
- Event: From Thule to MOSAiC - 75 years of...
Event: From Thule to MOSAiC - 75 years of French and German Arctic ResearchWhen: Monday 12th December 2022, 6 pm - 8 pm Where: French Embassy, Wilhelmstraße 69, 10117 Berlin Entrance free Language: English Registration on www.reklim.de/klimatalk2022 / until 9th December We kindly asku you to bring an ID card, which is needed for the security checks.[…]
- INTERACT III Newsletter #6 November 2022
INTERACT III Newsletter #6 November 2022Top Stories INTERACT annual meeting in Iceland The last week of September, INTERACT held its annual meeting in Keflavík, Iceland. 71 participants from 16 countries met for the General Assembly and the fourth Station Managers' Forum in INTERACT 3. Presentations from the meeting can[…]
- World Data System Newsletter November 202...
World Data System Newsletter November 2022 Edition, Vol. 1The Transition to Open Access in Scholarly Publishing On 14 November 2022, the International Science Council (ISC) held a meeting to open discussions on transitioning to Open Access (OA) in scholarly publishing. This meeting was originally for ISC members and affiliates, and the WDS[…]
- Arctic Frontiers 2023 - Moving North: Big...
Arctic Frontiers 2023 - Moving North: Big Picture Speaker AnnouncementsRead more about the sessions held during the Arctic Frontiers 2023 Moving North conference
- Webcast: Achieving Security in the Arctic...
Webcast: Achieving Security in the Arctic: The Role of DHS and its ComponentsWhen: Tuesday, November 29, 2022, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET Historically, the Arctic Region has served as a natural strategic buffer between nations competing for geopolitical and economic interests. The impacts of climate change on the Arctic’s physical environment have coincided with[…]
- SEVENSEAS Media newsletter for November 2...
SEVENSEAS Media newsletter for November 2022 is outSEVENSEAS Media just released a newsletter for the month of November 2022 Newsletter includes Blind Spots in the Monitoring of Plastic Waste Plastic Makes Up 81% of Trash Recorded in National Parks Fall Foliage & Solitude: 7 Vacation Ideas Events & Webinars NOAA Science[…]
- SSOW Newsletter: Navigating GBS & Sha...
SSOW Newsletter: Navigating GBS & Shared Services - 2022 in reviewWhat are the key priorities and objectives for European Global Business Services (GBS) and shared services in 2022? How have service delivery models, future of work strategies, experience management, and digital agenda evolved in the post-pandemic world? To help you answer these questions and[…]
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- Pastel paintings by Jean Malaurie exhibited at the Oceanograph...
Pastel paintings by Jean Malaurie exhibited at the Oceanographic Museum of MonacoThe Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is hosting an exhibition of pastel paintings by Jean Malaurie from 15 December 2022 to 24 January 2023.
- Are you based in Tromsø? Join our office team!
Are you based in Tromsø? Join our office team!The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) is looking for new team members in the International Directorate Office based at the UiT University Library. We are looking for 1-2 people that can work part-time on an hourly basis. The working hours are flexible, so this job can fit alongside other commitments. It is a great step for those on a polar career path! Due[…]
- ASSW 2023: Registration now open
ASSW 2023: Registration now openRegistration for the Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) 2023 is now open and an "Early Bird" discount is available until 9 January 2023. Discounted registration is also available for Indigenous participants and Early Career Scientists. Please follow this link to register. ASSW 2023 will be held in Vienna, Austria, from 17 - 24 February 2023 and is organised in a hybrid format.
- PRESSEMELDING FRA FORSKNINGSPROSJEKTET RIEVDAN
PRESSEMELDING FRA FORSKNINGSPROSJEKTET RIEVDANPRESSEMELDING FRA FORSKNINGSPROSJEKTET RIEVDAN: BÆREKRAFTIG REINDRIFT ER AVHENGIG AV REINDRIFTENS TRADISJONELLE KUNNSKAP Raske endringer i reinbeitene skaper utfordringer og muligheter for reindriften.
- Latest Program for Reindeer Husbandry Conference 2022
Latest Program for Reindeer Husbandry Conference 2022Latest Program for Reindeer Husbandry Conference 2022. International conference on the traditional knowledge of reindeer husbandry in a changing world within the Riedvan project will be held in Kautokeino, Norway 30 November – 1 December 2022.
- Prográmma Boazodoallokonferánsa 2022
Prográmma Boazodoallokonferánsa 2022Mánggat máhttovuogádagat - okta boazoealáhus Fágalaš konferánsa boazodoalu árbevirolaš máhtu birra rievddadeaddji servodagas. Mii háliidit lágidit saji duohta ságastallamii badjeolbmuiguin/boazosapmelaččaiguin boahtteáiggi boazodoalu birra.
- III Northern Forum Governors' Summit was held within the ...
III Northern Forum Governors' Summit was held within the framework of the NSDFOne of the highlights of the first day of the IV Northern Forum on Sustainable Development was the III Northern Forum Governors' Summit with the participation of the heads of regions: the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), regional coordinators, business partners, Northern Forum Goodwill Ambassadors, representatives of the regions and the business and expert community.
- Northern Notes 57 released
Northern Notes 57 releasedIASSA secretariat has released the latest issue of Northern Notes (57), which consists of articles about the latest developments in Arctic social science, and also a letter from the president Grete Hovelsrud and news from the secretariat. Read Northern Notes issue 57 here.
- Prof. Jan Borm has been awarded the title of Honorary Professo...
Prof. Jan Borm has been awarded the title of Honorary Professor of the Ukrainian University Poltava V. G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University (PNPU)The ceremony was held online on 16 November 2022, bringing together French and Ukrainian academics.
- V International Scientific and Practical Conference "Arct...
V International Scientific and Practical Conference "Arctic Telemedicine"The Administration of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug is holding the V International Scientific and Practical Conference "Arctic Telemedicine".
- The Northern Forum Model will be held during NSDF
The Northern Forum Model will be held during NSDFOn November 26 and November 30, 2022, the Northern Forum Model (NFM) will be held in a mixed format - an international non-governmental organization of the northern regions on sustainable development, established on November 8, 1991 in Anchorage, Alaska. The Secretariat is located in Yakutsk, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).