The topics covered in the 2023 issue include building new partnerships between regions, fields and industries, working with local communities, training a new generation of researchers, creating better living conditions for Arctic inhabitants, and leveraging the knowledge and expertise of past and present UArctic collaborators when looking to the future.
You can read Shared Voices 2023 online as individual articles, or download the entire magazine as a PDF. Print copies are also available at the UArctic Assembly meeting in Québec, Canada on May 22-26.
The magazine is supplemented by UArctic at a Glance which provides an overview of our membership and key activities in 2022.
Table of Contents
- Letter from the President
- Imagining Possible Futures Through Circumpolar Partnerships
Aubyn O’Grady & Timo Jokela
- A Bridge Between UArctic Generations - Interview with Stephen Heal
- Introducing Mike Sfraga: UArctic Engagement Throughout the Years
- Building the Best Response System for Landsliding in Svalbard
Hanne H. Christiansen & Marius O. Jonassen
- Fighting Global Sea Level Rise in Greenland – In Search of Sustainable Co-design with Locals
Ilona Mettiäinen & John Moore
- Financing a More Sustainable Future
- Strengthening UArctic’s Scientific Expertise with UArctic Chairs
Arja Rautio & Heli Niittynen
- My Northern Journey: Anastasia Emelyanova
- Permafrost Thaw and the Changing Arctic Coast: Science for Socio-economic Adaptation
Leena-Kaisa Viitanen, Tiina Kurvits & Levi Westerveld
- BEfore the FLUXes – A Research Training Network at the Frontier of Environmental Monitoring in the Arctic
Torben R. Christensen, Efrén López-Blanco & Riku Paavola
- Exploring the Social Problem of Homelessness in Arctic Urban Settings
Steven Arnfjord & Kevin Perry
- Young People's Stories on Climate Change and Climate Justice
Timo Jokela & Maya Salganek
- Arctic Youth: Key Actors in Keeping Northern Communities Vibrant
- A New Voice in UArctic - Interview with Aaja Chemnitz
Cover photo: Icebergs in Ilulissat, Greenland by Ilona Mettiäinen
The magazine has been made possible with support from Global Affairs Canada through the Global Arctic Leadership Initiative.