Monthly Archives: July 2014

Another Snowchange Sámi Publication Made Available – Drowning Reindeer, Drowning Homes

  This is a book regarding violence that was done against land, nature and people. It tells globally little-known story of an Indigenous people, the Sámi and other local people living in the Sompio (Vuotso) region of Province of Lapland, … Continue reading

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Major Oral History Publication Made Available from Unalakleet, Alaska, USA

Snowchange makes available a major oral history document from Alaska: It Has Been in Our Blood for Years and Years that We Are Salmon Fishermen – A Book of Oral History from Unalakleet, Alaska, USA documents observations, and knowledge presented … Continue reading

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Snowchange River Restoration and TEK Work Recognized in the UNEP Yearbook

The efforts of the local villages in North Karelia, Finland to restore the heavily-damaged Jukajoki catchment area in the villages of Selkie and Alavi has received tremendous recognition globally. They are featured in the esteemed “UNEP YEAR BOOK 2014: EMERGING … Continue reading

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Discussion Paper 4 Released on the Visit to Khanty Mansi Region

Snowchange releases today its fourth Discussion Paper: Photo Essay on the Snowchange Visit to the International Oblas Dug-Out Canoe Competition, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Region – Jugra, Western Siberia, Russia, 3rd – 7th July, 2014 It is available here as a PDF.

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