The 2022 September Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) Report is now available online. The Sea Ice Outlook, managed by the Sea Ice Prediction Network–Phase 2 (SIPN2) Project Team, provides an open process for those interested in Arctic sea ice to share predictions and ideas.
Patti Bruns, the newly appointed Secretary-General of the Arctic Mayors Forum, and Tuula Rintala-Gardin, Director of International Relations for the City of Rovaniemi, met with the UArctic International Secretariat at the Univeristy of Lapland on Sept 20.
SIOI – UNA Italy and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Italy, in collaboration with the High North Center for Business and Governance – Nord University (Bodø), launch the International Symposium “The Great Challenge of the Arctic: perspectives and changes for a peaceful cooperation”.
UArctic member Alaska Pacific University (APU) is a part of a collaborative effort, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that will address water and sanitation challenges in Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
In order to hear two perspectives to the same topic, we decided to reach out to one of the international supporters for the Arctic Indigenous Film Fund AIFF: the acclaimed Icelandic actor, director and film producer Baltasar Kormákur.
As a part of the the Permafrost Discovery Gateway (PDG) seminar series, Dr. Ingmar Nitze from UArctic member Alfred Wegener Institut, will provide insight into ongoing work towards the goal to quantify and monitor permafrost region disturbances.
UArctic member Institute of the North and its partners has announced the Arctic Resilient Communities Youth Fellowship (ARC-YF), which is a new initiative to educate and train young community leaders (age 18-23) to both serve a direct role in and benefit from the prosperity of resilient Arctic communities.