One of the ways to implement ethical conduct of Arctic research involving Indigenous peoples, is to involve them in the whole research process. Even when this means that the research takes longer time, and possibly also a change of topic.
Although the green transition is necessary, sustainable investments in the Arctic could pull the rug from under traditional reindeer husbandry. Researchers are calling for a balance of interests and for all parties to be heard.
More and more animals from southern climes carrying infectious micro-organisms are migrating north due to global warming. Researchers at the CLINF Nordic Centre of Excellence have developed new models to predict the spread of these infectious diseases
The long-term effects of climate change are well known. But what about next year, or in three years? A soon to end research project has developed a tool for exactly this purpose. The ARCPATH tool can become a game changer in both the private and public sector.