The Arctic Yearbook is calling for abstracts for its 2021 volume - the 10th anniversary edition. This year's theme is “Defining and Mapping the Arctic: Sovereignties, Policies and Perceptions”. Deadline for abstracts is March 1, 2021.


Faculty members in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill University are seeking highly motivated applicants for graduate students, postdoc, and lab technician positions in Arctic marine fish genomics and feeding ecology for the FISHSENS project for Fall 2021. Deadline for application is 15 February 2021.

The UArctic Læra Institute for Circumpolar Education is calling for participation in an online workshop on Friday 12th March to discuss different themes about Circumpolar Studies. As the climate changes, the Arctic now looms large in the popular perception as one of the most important regions on the planet. It attracts attent...


Are you a woman working in polar sciences, research, Traditional Knowledge, Indigenous Knowledge, advocacy, or the arts? Polynya wants to feature you! Published by The Anchorage Museum and supported by the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, Polynya is a new free magazine that aims to activate a culture shif...

Open Call for Nordic Talks

Mon, Jan 11, 2021
Nordic Talks are looking for projects that are setting new agendas and strengthening the Nordic mindset in the global arena. The Nordics is The Nordic Council of Ministers’ branding project, and they support ideas and collaborations that embrace common Nordic values like trust, innovation, sustainability, openness and equalit...


The Nord University Centre for High North Logistics in Kirkenes, Norway has been granted NOK 7,5 million for further research and development of Arctic maritime logistics and transport solutions in the Barents region. Part of the work within the project will be done in coordination with the newly established Thematic Network...





Climate justice is an emerging and increasingly relevant field in Arctic research as the region undergoes rapid physical and socio-economic change because of climate change. Recently, the Centre for Climate Justice hosted a webinar on charting a way for climate justice research in the Arctic.