Monthly Archives: October 2017

Major New Research Report Out on Linnunsuo Wetland

“The Jukajoki restoration project is a symbol of major importance that crystallizes some of the biggest issues of our century…The Jukajoki Project and the future of Linnunsuo deserve an international attention and could constitute the starting point of new way … Continue reading

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Removing Dams, Returning Salmon

This and next week Snowchange is hosting, together with other partners such as the Finnish-Swedish Transboundary River Commission, a U.S. ecologist Jeff Duda from Seattle, Washington. Mr. Duda will visit North Karelia, Lapland and Swedish Lapland on his tour of … Continue reading

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Geography from the Margins: New Discussion Paper Out

Geography from the Margins collects together essays and scientific texts that have been written in honour of the 60th anniversary of Professor of Geography Ari Lehtinen at University of Eastern Finland. They celebrate the writings, lifework and academic approaches of … Continue reading

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A New Climate Change Video From Indigenous Australia

Snowchange partner in Australia, Mulong Productions, releases a new community documentation of climate change from Anindilyakwa, in Far North Queensland. This important video discusses impacts of rising sea level to fisheries, sacred sites, culture and other aspects of life of … Continue reading

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