"Climate Justice in the Arctic: A Critical and Interdisciplinary Climate Research Agenda", by Sennan D. Mattar, Michael Mikulewicz & Darren McCauley, is a recently published article in the Arctic Yearbook 2020.
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.
The postdoctoral project focuses on the geography of changing tourist flows to Arctic Sweden and the extent to which these changes have created issues around unforeseen ‘tourism bubbles’, over-tourism and land-use competition. Apply by December 31, 2020.
The Arena for the gap analysis of the existing Arctic Science Co-Operations (AASCO) gathered scientists together on November 2-3 to discuss and analyze the most crucial science questions related to climate change and the Arctic.
The online workshop "Multilevel Governance and Interregional Cooperation: Vol.1 – The Pacific Arctic" will be held on (Tue) January 12, 2021, 16:00-17:30 (Japan Standard Time, GMT +9) on Zoom (hosted by Hokkaido University Arctic Research Center).
Across the world, soils are impacted by disturbances caused by trampling of large animals and us, humans, as well as by the weight of our vehicles. Polar tundra ecosystems face these same pressures, as tundra is occupied by large grazers, such as reindeer and musk ox, but also experiences ever increasing human activities. Sti...
This article is a shared message from the leadership of the three leading Arctic Science observer Organisation in the Arctic Council; IASSA, IASC, and UArctic, the authors are the presidents and other central leaders of the three organisations.
The University of Lapland is looking for four junior researchers (salaried, full-time PhD positions) to carry out their doctoral theses in the multidisciplinary doctoral programme. Apply by no later than 21 January 2021 at 1:00 pm (local Finnish time).
The webinar entitled "Examining the Food-Energy-Water Nexus through the Lens of Renewable Energy in Remote Alaska Communities" is about the MicroFEWs Project and will be presented by Dr. Erin Whitney and Dr. Jen Schmidt on December 14, 2020, from 12:00 - 1:00pm CST.
You are invited as stakeholders in Arctic research, to provide insights, experiences, opinions, criticism, ideas and, best practice models in collaborative and community based participatory research which can include also aspects regarding COVID-19 conditions.