Arctic Horizon Scan 2022

Thu, Jun 30, 2022
The Oxford University Polar Forum, is are organising the Arctic Horizon Scan 2022, a collaborative effort to identify research priorities for the Arctic that will be important over the next decade.

The webpages have now been published for the four new Thematic Networks, which were approved by the UArctic Assembly in the meeting held on 1-3 June, 2022 in Portland, Maine.   

The Korea Arctic Academy, hosted by the Korean Ministry of Oceans & Fisheries and co-organized by the Korea Maritime Institute (KMI) and University of the Arctic (UArctic), is an initiative to facilitate exchanges between students from both the Arctic region and Korea in order to develop and share a common Arctic vision.

June 6, 2022 Just four days after being approved as a provisional University of the Arctic Thematic Network, the DALAM (Decolonizing Arctic Library and Archival Metadata) Network held its first in-person workshop, in conjunction with the 28th Polar Libraries Colloquy in Quebec City Canada. The Polar Libraries Colloquy is the...

The new UNIS boat is baptized

Tue, Jun 28, 2022
On World’s Ocean Day 8 June, UNIS’ new research boat, Hanna Resvoll, was baptized in Longyearbyen. The boat is named after the first female researcher on Svalbard, Hanna Resvoll-Holmsen, Norway’s first environmentalist. 

EU-PolarNet 2 has as a general goal to generate a platform for the development of strategies that allow progress in a European Action for Polar Research and its contribution to the process of build European policies in this field.

The Calotte Academy 2022, with the title "The global Arctic today: cooperation & power politics, fossil economy & climate catastrophe, science & Indigenous knowledge" took place 10 – 18 June 2022 in Sapmi, the European Arctic. Read the student experience below.