Living in the landscape (LiLa) is an multidisciplinary summer school for MA and PhD students where landscapes are explored with culturally sensitive and new materialistic investigations and art-based processing.
UArctic Thematic Network on Critical Arctic Studies invites abstracts for the Panel "Post-anthropocentric approaches to Arctic International Relations" to be held at the 16th EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Postdam, 5-9 September 2023.
From a distance, the mountain peaks of the Canadian Rockies look like a pristine landscape, untouched by human activity, but Caroline Aubry-Wake experienced firsthand how interconnected our world is while studying the impact of wildfires on the Athabasca Glacier.
An international team of scientists used a supercomputer at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) to calibrate their findings as they examine the impact of climate change on glaciers in Western Canada and around the world. Their work is the cover story in the latest issue of the journal Science.
The Government of Iceland, with financial support from the Nordic Council of Ministers, will host the Second International Symposium on Plastics in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Region at Harpa, Reykjavík Concert Hall and Conference Center, 22-23 November 2023.
Relate North is an English language, peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the exploration and sharing of contemporary practices in arts-based research and art-based knowledge exchange in the fields of arts, design and visual culture education across the North and Arctic.
The Polar Science Early Career Community Office (PSECCO) invites registration for their 2023 Polar Postdoctoral Leadership Workshop (PPLW). The workshop will take place 15-19 May 2023 at the University of Colorado Boulder’s (CU Boulder) Mountain Research Station in Nederland, Colorado.
The Arctic Ocean is one of the most rapidly warming regions on Earth and is headed towards being ice free in the summer. However, this provides opportunities for new ecosystems to develop, biologist Karl Attard argues.
UArctic and the Arctic Circle are pleased to open the call for nominations for the 2023 Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award. The Award includes a 100,000 euro grant to promising projects which address climate change through concrete actions and plans. The call is open until April 30, 2023.
The University of Bergen is hosting a hybrid side event at the Arctic Frontiers conference in Tromsø. Can we solve the global challenges of today by looking to the Arctic – where people and societies always have faced the extreme?