Is it time for tailor-made early childhood and compulsory education? Yes, argues Dutch researcher Barbara Piškur. Teachers will feel less stress, school children will be able to participate better and feel more at home at school. Does this sound too good to be true? Well, scientific results say otherwise.
Living on 18 small islands in the North Atlantic, the Faroese people are used to wild weather. But what should they be doing to prepare for the increasingly extreme storms caused by climate change? Researchers warn that the climate debate often overlooks the Nordic Region’s smaller communities.
The Nordic countries should join forces to promote sustainable cities by the sea, according to one of the recommendations in a new publication from NordForsk based on input from more than 160 Nordic leaders.
A recent study from Iceland reveals that many tourists ignore repeated warning signs when visiting sites. We feel invulnerable when we are on holiday and we want the perfect selfie, is one of the explanations from one of the researchers behind the study
For a few pupils, home-schooling during the pandemic has worked better than regular education. But for most, it was worse. This is clearly shown by completely new findings from a major Nordic research project funded by NordForsk.