Monthly Archives: December 2021

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is in Trouble in Finland This Xmas

As we close for the holiday season, a large US media story by Mongabay highlights the troubles of the Inari Sami in Finnish North.  Mongabay reports: In Finland’s northern Arctic landscape, the Indigenous Inari Sámi community practice a unique form … Continue reading

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Rautavaara (Ruʹvddvääʹrr), Skolt Sámi Indigenous forest area, joins the programme

Rautavaara (Ruʹvddvääʹrr) OGF is a Skolt Sámi Indigenous forest area, totalling 108 hectares of preserved and recovering habitats in the Rautaperäjärvi lake basin has many ecological values left.  Rautavaara (Ruʹvddvääʹrr) OGF is a Skolt Sámi Indigenous forest in the north … Continue reading

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Voices from EPA Indigenous Climate Change

Alaska Pacific University Professor, Inupiaq Professor Victoria Hykes-Steere (Unalakleet/Anchorage) joins Wilson Justin (Nabesna, Alaska) in reviewing the moment in time in the context of climate change and Alaska Indigenous priorities.  They position the changes of now with the past events and … Continue reading

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