The sustainable development of the Arctic regions under fast changing climate is built on science based knowledge. However, we currently lack a holistic process understanding of the Arctic and cold regions atmosphere – ocean – terrestrial ecosystems. The “Arena for the gap analysis of the existing Arctic Science Co-Operations...

Building competence locally based on the best available knowledge, both Indigenous-based knowledge and science are important. The challenge for Indigenous people is that their traditional knowledge is not included in education and research in the Arctic, says Mikhail Pogodaev.

Murmansk State Technical University (MSTU) delegates paid a visit to North-Eastern Federal University (NEFU), Yakutsk, to discuss partnership prospects. The trip to Yakutsk was made possible through Arctic Urban Planning and Design UArctic Thematic Network financing, within the framework of the TN development activities.

This postdoc will be part of a research team that includes the Nunavut Wildlife Management Board, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and the University of Saskatchewan, with Inuit guidance.