Monthly Archives: March 2020

Lived Displacement among the Evenki of Iyengra

A new peer-reviewed science paper has been released that brings forth the situation of the Evenki of Iyengra in Southern Siberia. Evenki co-researched with Snowchange teams between 2005-2020 both social and environmental change and its meanings. More specifically, this article studies … Continue reading

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IPCC WG2 to Collect Indigenous and Local Knowledge

The importance and relevance of Indigenous Knowledge and Local Knowledge in responding to the challenge of anthropogenic climate change is recognized by policymakers and academics. The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) in its recent Global Assessment … Continue reading

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Fishing for the Future: Climate and Young Fisherman in Finland

Climate changed winter has hit the fisheries across boreal Finland like never before. Winter seining has been delayed for months, if to begin at all, and ice conditions are a memory of a “normal” winter. Snowchange rises to the challenge … Continue reading

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