Scientific sessions:
- Rovaniemi Process: past, present, future (Plenary)
- Arctic responses to global environmental problems
- People and extractive industries
- Tourism in the Arctic
- The Arctic in global economy
- Climate change in the Arctic
- Indigenous peoples in cities
- Arctic global flows

Cross-cutting themes:
- Arctic Cities and global processes
- Management and governance in the Arctic
- Arctic together with non-Arctic

Deadline for Papers-extended deadline 15 June 2013
Registration: starting June 2013

Please send your abstracts (up to 250 words) for papers and posters to
Please include: your affiliation, contact information and specification to which session the paper is submitted (e-mail title: "Rovaniemi Process Conference - Abstract Proposal")

Information on acceptance of abstracts and draft programme: beginning of June 2013

- Speakers presenting their papers and students participating in poster session will be exempted from the conference fee (EUR 100 for regular participants; EUR 50 for PhD and MA students; EUR 50 for Wednesday dinner).
- Each session will have a Session Keynote Speaker. Depending on the session, the speakers other than session keynotes will have about 15-20 minutes to present their papers. Number of papers per session is strictly limited.
- Registration: Summer 2013 (Deadline 7 October 2013) (see website for details)

Further information:
Arctic Centre,
Scientific lead: Professor Timo Koivurova, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland

Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, PL 122, 96101 Rovaniemi, Finland