Monthly Archives: December 2015

Winter Solstice, Re-capping 2015, Australian Tour Announced

Snowchange thanks  all partners, friends, allies and supporters at this Winter Solstice. And what a year it was for us.  Early in the year, the forest fight in Ostola resulted in an international victory of a first ‘community forest‘ in … Continue reading

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Snowchange Mourns Alaska Indigenous Leader Maxim Dolchok

Snowchange joins in mourning of another key Indigenous leader from the Arctic. One of the most respected Indigenous leaders of Alaska, mr. Maxim Dolchok has passed away. He was 78 years old and suffered from several different illnesses. Max was … Continue reading

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A Major Nordic Indigenous Knowledge Report Out With Snowchange Input

Indigenous and Local Knowledge in a Scoping Study for a Nordic IPBES Assessment Report has been released today. It is available here. It has been published by the Swedish Biodiversity Center. The report is summarized as: “There is a multitude … Continue reading

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“Fatal Thaw” – A Major U.S. Media Story on Snowchange and Saami Climate Work Out

The influential Take Part journal in the USA has released a major news story of Snowchange and Skolt Sámi work with climate change and the Näätämö Co-Management Project. It is here.

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