News & Press Releases
11 February 2022
The Northern Forum Organisation has established a formal association, the Northern Forum Foundation.
7 February 2022
Due to developments of the COVID-19 pandemic and the current travel restrictions in Asia, the Forum, previously scheduled for March 5-7, has been postponed until next year.
4 February 2022
The 6th ‘Arctic: Territory of Dialogue’ International Arctic Forum is set to take place on 11–13 April 2022 in St. Petersburg.
1 February 2022
The Spring Festival is an annual event held in China and in Chinese communities around the world. This massive event takes place on different dates each year, but it typically begins during the beginning of February and continues until the middle of the same month. This year the festival is from 31 January to 6 February, with the New Years day being the first of February.
28 January 2022
The Arctic Frontiers conference will be held in Tromsø from May 8th-11th 2022
The conference theme this year is Pathways. The choices the Arctic is facing will be explored when addressing pressing global challenges.
25 January 2022
The Alaska-Siberia air route (ALSIB) was an air bridge created during World War II. From the end of 1942 until the Victory over Germany, 8090 fighters, bombers, transport, and training aircraft were delivered along the Alaska-Siberia route, which accounted for about 44% of the total number of aircraft received from the USA and England.
21 January 2022
The Arctic Yearbook 2022 - Call for Abstracts, in Russian translation.
18 January 2022
Arctic Yearbook 2022 - The Russian Arctic: Economics, Politics & Peoples
Call for Abstracts (deadline): 1 March 2022 (250-400 words)
Draft papers (deadline): 15 June 2022 (4500-6500 words)
17 January 2022
Wilson Center has published On the Horizon - What to Watch in 2022.
14 January 2022
Goal: The goal of CliC fellowships and grants is to increase the engagement of Early Career Scientists in CliC activities and to promote participation of scientists from regions currently underrepresented in CliC, i.e., South America, Asia and Africa.
13 January 2022
The High North Dialogue 2022 brings together major stakeholders concerned with Arctic development, not at least young people who will be leaders with responsibility for the Arctic in a few years. The purpose of the High North Dialogue is to encourage and facilitate dialogue between stakeholders to promote sustainable business and societal development in the Arctic, as well as information sharing and discussion of best practices.
12 January 2022
When: 18th January 2022
The lecture series is a part of the 75 anniversary of diplomatic relations between Canada and Iceland.
A conversation on opportunities to increase diversity and gender equality in the Arctic through policy- and decision-making processes.