Monthly Archives: February 2021

Arctic Seas Portal Shares Marine Spaces to Wide Audiences

Today Snowchange with partners releases ”Arctic Seas”, a major international atlas and a portal that summarizes Indigenous and ecological information from the changing oceans of the North. The Planet Has Only One Ocean But Many Seas. Our work is connected … Continue reading

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Is ecosystem restoration our last/best hope for a sustainable future?

Ecological restoration refers to a range of human activities designed to promote the recovery of ecosystems that have been so disturbed that their structure has been altered and their healthy functioning has been impaired. Researchers are increasingly warning that human … Continue reading

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New Science Article Outlines Steps for Reform in Alaska

  Snowchange staff and Indigenous knowledge holders’ text as well as oral histories from over 20 years of work in Alaska have contributed to a new science article “Towards a shared understanding of Arctic climate change and urgency in Alaska“. … Continue reading

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FORECAST – A NEW CULTURAL PROGRAMME BY INVISIBLE DUST EXPLORING HOW WE THINK ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE PLANET

What is shaping how we think about our planet’s future? Faced with the uncertainty of the pandemic and in the midst of the climate crisis, it has never been so unclear what lies ahead. How can we go forward positively … Continue reading

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2021 Small Grants Call Opens

Snowchange and Land is Life declare the Indigenous-led grant making open for 2021. This year small grants applications will be received on a rolling basis. Maximum amount of support for a community is 5000 USD in the Arctic and boreal. … Continue reading

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