Women in the Energy Industry21.03.2023
International Conference on Climate Change ...
International Conference on Climate Change & Melting of the PermafrostThe International Conference on Climate Change and Melting of the Permafrost will take place in Yakutsk on 22 – 24 March 2023 organized by the Committee of the Russian Chairmanship of the Arctic Council. The conference will be organized in a hybrid format both personal attendance[…]
Anthropology conference 2023 invitation
Anthropology conference 2023 invitationAn event organized under the flagship of APECS Art project group and Arctic Center of the University of Lapland named Appearing of Disappearing: Transformation of the relations in the Arctic societies observed in the visual archives is scheduled to be on 21st March 8:30 - 10 00 GMT[…]
Call for Nominations: 2023 Arctic Academic ...
Call for Nominations: 2023 Arctic Academic Action AwardNominations are now open for the 2023 Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award. The goal is to further the development of new ideas that could contribute materially to preventing, mitigating, adapting, and reversing the effects of climate change in the Arctic.
Arctic Circle Japan Forum 2023 - Asia in th...
Arctic Circle Japan Forum 2023 - Asia in the Future of the ArcticThe Arctic Circle Japan Forum starts tomorrow in Tokyo, from March 4 to 6. The Forum will feature over 100 speakers from 20+ countries in more than 50 sessions. Among the participants are ministers, members of the National Diet of Japan, ambassadors, scientists as well as[…]
Indigenous Leaders Are Meeting with EU Parl...
Indigenous Leaders Are Meeting with EU Parliament MembersOn February 27-Mach 2, 2023, three Indigenous leaders are meeting with European Union Parliamentarians in Brussels, Belgium, to bring attention to the impacts the extractive industries including oil, gas, and mining have on Indigenous Peoples’ rights, lands, and environments globally.
In Search of a High North Hero: "More ...
In Search of a High North Hero: "More Important Than Ever"Every year, the High North Center for Business and Governance awards the High North Hero Award to someone who has a positive impact in the north. "It is more important than ever to lift up those who contribute to development, cooperation, and the promotion of the[…]
Call for participation in the conference fo...
Call for participation in the conference for schoolchildren: The Arctic - the territory of cooperationThe Ministry of Education of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) on the premises of the International Arctic School of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in co-operation with its partners is delighted to be hosting the Second Annual All-Russia Scientific and Practical Conference of schoolchildren with international participation[…]
Urgency of climate change unites scientists...
Urgency of climate change unites scientists in the ArcticThe first Expert-to-Expert initiative’s webinar “Climate change and the Arctic: state of the art and what kind of scientific cooperation is most needed?” took place 15 December 2022.
ASSW 2023 in progress in Vienna!
ASSW 2023 in progress in Vienna!Arctic Science Summit Week - ASSW 2023 is being held in Vienna, Austria from 17 - 24 February 2023 and includes
The UK and the Arctic - New policy paper out!
The UK and the Arctic - New policy paper out!The UK published the 9th of February 2023 a new Policy paper on the Arctic, Looking North: The UK and the Arctic. The United Kingdom’s Arctic Policy Framework, stating: The Arctic matters to the United Kingdom.
Don’t miss the opportunity to nominat...
Don’t miss the opportunity to nominate the High North Hero 2023!The High North Hero Award is an annual award established by the High North Center for Business and Governance to honor a person, organization or company who has contributed to highlighting or developing the High North.
Meet UArctic session on ICARP IV process
Meet UArctic session on ICARP IV processThe University of the Arctic is pleased to announce the upcoming session of "Meet UArctic", our online update and Q&A meeting for members. The session is dedicated to ICARP IV process. We will also be taking questions from the audience. The session will take place on[…]
High North Dialogue is also online and free
High North Dialogue is also online and freeIt's now 20 days until the Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre will open High North Dialogue 2023 – Spaces of Opportunities, in Bodø. But did you know that you can attend the main conference for free online on April 19 and 20? This part of High North Dialogue 2023 will be streamed online.[…]
Event: Global Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Ch...
Event: Global Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Change (GIYSCC)The Global Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Change (GIYSCC) is being convened by, for and among Indigenous youth (in contrast to Elders), who will participate in designing the agenda and invite the participants from three 8-hour time zones, in a 24-hour period, on 9th August 2023 (United Nations International Day of the World’s Indigenous[…]
Youth Employment Magazine Issue 23 is out
Youth Employment Magazine Issue 23 is outWe are glad to present you a very rich issue. While thanking all the Projects that contributed, this is an edition full of reflections and deep thoughts about a delicate topic: mental health, in all its possible declinations. Talking about mental health is never easy. It is even more difficult when one has to[…]
Event: AITC 2023 Mapping the Arctic
Event: AITC 2023 Mapping the ArcticWhen: April 24-27, 2023 Where: Nuuk, Greenland More than ever have the changes of the Arctic region in terms of climate change, geopolitical issues, societal resilience and adaptation enhanced the need for mapping, monitoring, precision navigation and new technologies in all its aspects inspiring new ways of collaborations between the world of science, authorities,[…]
IACN newsletter for March 2023
IACN newsletter for March 2023Icelandic Arctic Cooperation Network has just released a newsletter for the month of March 2023 and it is available for online reading. In Focus Norway’s Chairship of the Arctic Council 2023–2025 ‘We will work to ensure that the Arctic Council remains the leading international forum for Arctic issues. The pace of climate change is[…]
Submit your abstract to 20th WEGENER Assembly
Submit your abstract to 20th WEGENER AssemblyDear colleague, Since more than 40 years ago, WEGENER has brought together geoscientists who want to collaborate on the application of space and terrestrial geodetic techniques to the study of geodynamics in the Alpine–Mediterranean plate boundary region. During the past decade, WEGENER has broadened its scopes beyond the Mediterranean and Geodesy. This led to[…]
SEVENSEAS Media newsletter for March 2023 is out
SEVENSEAS Media newsletter for March 2023 is outSEVENSEAS Media just released a newsletter for the month of March 2023 Newsletter includes 2023 Event Planning Toolkit & Action Focus for World Ocean Day New Research Paper Reveals There’re More Than 170 Trillion Pieces of Plastic Afloat in The World’s Oceans Climate Change Could Cause Mass Exodus of Tropical Plankton Events & Webinars[…]
Webcast: America’s Energy Future
Webcast: America’s Energy FutureWhen: Mar. 29, 2023 , 2:30pm – 3:30pm ETWhere: 5th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center and Online For the past 12 months, global energy markets have been roiled by geopolitical conflict and instability, rising post-COVID demand, and efforts by many developed countries to speed their transition to a less carbon-intensive energy matrix. The United States has not[…]
NSIDC Seminar: Climate Warming Impacts on Permafros...
NSIDC Seminar: Climate Warming Impacts on Permafrost in Alaska and the Western Canadian ArcticDr. Thian Gan, University of Alberta When: 22nd March 2023, 11:00 am - 12:00pm The Arctic, dominated by continuous and discontinuous permafrost, which occupies about 22 million km2 of exposed NH land areas, has been warming much faster than the rest of the world, commonly known as Arctic amplification. The active layer above the permafrost[…]
Event: Arctic Development Expo 2023
Event: Arctic Development Expo 2023When: 12th - 14th June 2023 Where: Inuvik Northwestern Territories Canada The Arctic Development Expo welcomes all researchers, Indigenous leaders, circumpolar Governments, scientists, industry experts and passionate individuals to join us in 2023. The Arctic Development Expo takes place in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Canada as we strive to make knowledgeable decisions to enhance circumpolar life[…]
Polar online lessons in March 2023
Polar online lessons in March 2023The EDU-ARCTIC program will be hosting 3 online lessons in March: Arctic hydrology on 15 March 10.00 UTC by Tomek Wawrzyniak How do humans (including polar researchers) cope with cold on 17 March 9.30 UTC by Anna Wielgopolan Plants adaptations to the Arctic climate on 28 March 10.00 UTC by Daga Bożek
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Rášša project meeting in Kautokeino
Rášša project meeting in KautokeinoLast week participants of the Rášša project: Governing, producing, and negotiating reindeer landscapes – towards fair and sustainable use of land gathered in Kautokeino for a 2 days’ workshop.
New APECS staff members
New APECS staff membersThe APECS International Directorate has doubled in size this winter!
UVSQ's International Colloquium on Travel writing in ...
UVSQ's International Colloquium on Travel writing in modern EuropeThe University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ) is organising an international colloquium on travel writing in modern Europe on 23 and 24 March 2023: "Penser et écrire le voyage en Europe du XVéme au XVIIIème siècle" (in French).
Call for reviewers: Sharing Circle for Early Career Profession...
Call for reviewers: Sharing Circle for Early Career Professionals & Arctic YouthAPECS is affiliated with the EU Project Arctic PASSION and is cooperatively calling for applicants for the Sharing Circle, announced above. The APECS International Directorate also organizes the application review process for the APECS & Arctic PASSION Sharing Circle for Early Career Professionals and Arctic Youth and invites anyone who did not or will not apply for the Sharing Circle to help as a reviewer. The APECS office[…]
Call for interest in an APECS special collection in PLOS Climate
Call for interest in an APECS special collection in PLOS ClimateImage credit: PLOS APECS is working with the journal PLOS Climate to create a bespoke collection produced by APECS. We are looking for authors who would like to publish opinions and reviews that address a variety of thematic topics within the polar and alpine sphere that are connected with climate and that discuss experiences and the role of early career researchers (ECRs) in polar science.
Knowledge about the Arctic in early modern Poland - Guest lecture
Knowledge about the Arctic in early modern Poland - Guest lectureJoanna Kodzik, Junior Professor at MIARC, has been invited to give an on-line lecture entitled “Humans, Nature and the Climate: Interest in the Arctic in Poland in the 18th century“ by the Centre for Research on Climate Change and the Department of Literature, Culture and Media of the German Countries at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (Poland).
ICARP IV Townhall Meeting during the ASSW 2023
ICARP IV Townhall Meeting during the ASSW 2023The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) in cooperation with many partners, is coordinating a multi-year planning process for the Fourth International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP IV) lasting from 2022 until 2026. The ICARP IV process will engage Arctic researchers, Indigenous Peoples, policy makers, residents and stakeholders from around the world to discuss the state of Arctic science, the place the Arctic occupies in global affairs and systems.
Activity Report: IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology meeting rep...
Activity Report: IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology meeting report (26-28 January 2023)In late January scientists with an interest in glaciers and climate gathered in a beautiful winter setting in Obergurgl, Austria. The IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology meeting included a cross-cutting activity on “Glacier – atmosphere interactions in a warming and wetting Arctic” together with a general workshop on the dynamics and mass budget of Arctic glaciers.
Activity Report: Quantifying the Indirect Effect: from Sources...
Activity Report: Quantifying the Indirect Effect: from Sources to Climate Effects of Natural and Transported aerosol in the Arctic (QuIESCENT Arctic) 2nd workshopCloud-aerosol interactions remain a key source of uncertainty in projections of the future Arctic climate. The aim of the QuIESCENT programme is to gather Arctic scientists from different disciplines (aerosol and cloud scientists, physicists and chemists, experimentalist and modellers) who will work together to identify key challenges in quantifying cloud-aerosol processes and propose ways to improve knowledge transfer from observations to atmospheric models.
Focus on Paul Gaimard and La Recherche at the University of Ic...
Focus on Paul Gaimard and La Recherche at the University of IcelandThe University of Iceland organized a session dedicated to Paul Gaimard and La Recherche during the Annual Humanities Conference of the University of Iceland.
Indigenous youth occupy Norwegian energy office to protest ill...
Indigenous youth occupy Norwegian energy office to protest illegal wind farm"We cannot be sacrificed in the name of the green transition." Indigenous Sámi youth and dozens of environmental activists in Oslo, Norway shut down the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy on Monday, with many chaining themselves to the building. The action is part of a human rights campaign that demands the Norwegian government close an onshore wind energy complex that the country’s supreme court says was[…]