Monthly Archives: September 2021

Warming world, changing ocean: mitigation and adaptation to support resilient marine systems

A new science article reviews mitigation and adaptation issues for a climate-hit ocean around the world. Indigenous viewpoints are included. Article is available here. There was no part of the world’s Ocean where traditional and Indigenous peoples did not travel, … Continue reading

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Rewilding Work as a Finalist for the St Andrews Prize for the Environment

We re delighted to announce that the Landscape Rewilding Programme of Snowchange has been selected to be a Finalist for the St Andrews Prize for the Environment, one of the most prestigious environmental prizes. The Jury says: “Originally founded in 2000, … Continue reading

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Climate Change and Unalakleet: A Deep Analysis

A new science paper, capturing 20 years of work in Western Alaska, and reviewing options of actions under climate change, is now released. The paper is here. This multi-disciplinary science and Indigenous knowledge assessment paper reviews over 20 years of … Continue reading

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