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Summer news

Summer is here and a busy, exciting Snowchange time ahead. Summer newsletter captures main news of the season. Summer has arrived in Karelia and in Finland. Snowchange summer will work across the Arctic and boreal: Finally thanks to all who … Continue reading

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Spring News: Arctic Passion, Post-Prize, Rewilding On the Way

Spring newsletter reviews the big turns of the winter and spring and looks to the busy summer ahead at HQ. Spring and early summer are here! A range of updates from across the Snowchange realm: Check back for a summer … Continue reading

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Thank You to all for the Goldman Prize Congratulations

Snowchange and Tero Mustonen, the Chair are thankful for the continued congratulations around the world regarding the recent Goldman Environmental Prize! We are humbled by the width and scope of the prize impact! Thank you all ! Work continues next … Continue reading

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Arte Features Rewilding, Nilijoki Sámi Forest Added

The French-German TV Channel Arte has released a full documentary. It features Snowchange. A large Sámi forest realizes rewilding and community rights. Arte has released a full documentary on peatlands in Europe, titled “Es lebe das Moor”. It features several … Continue reading

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Snowchange Highlights Female Fishers on the International Women’s Day – Noora, Karoliina and Minna are the keys to our fishing success

Today is the International Women’s Day. Snowchange celebrates the women involved in the fisheries in the Cooperative together with LIFE – Low Impact Fishers of Europe. Snowchange fisheries involve many female experts. Noora Huusari, our Head of Human Resources handles … Continue reading

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New Policy Brief on the Traditional Knowledge of Fisheries in Europe; CHERISH Project Winds Down

The Interreg CHERISH Project is winding down. Snowchange experts release a Pan-European Policy Brief on traditional knowledge and the small-scale fishers. The policy brief highlights the endangered role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) across Europe. In this brief TEK is … Continue reading

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Heading to Greenland: EU Arctic Forum Kicks of the 2023 International Events

The European Commission and the Government of Greenland will jointly organise the EU Arctic Forum and Indigenous Peoples’ Dialogue in Nuuk, Greenland, on 8-9 February 2023. Snowchange staff and Steering Members in attendance. The European Commission and the Government of … Continue reading

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An Archaeological Breakthrough Starts the Year

Snowchange staff and friends has discovered the very first inland ancient labyrinth or “Troy Town” from Arctic Finland. Following a public announcement from the Museum of Lapland in late 2022, Snowchange can confirm that Jaakko Pohjoismäki originally in 2021 and … Continue reading

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Tumultuous Year Ends With Support for Sámi Forests and Messages from the Bering Sea

2022, a tumultous year draws to a close with major news of a support from Sweden to the Sámi forest rewilding and restoration. Additionally, a new science paper highlights the work with the Inupiaq in Unalakleet, Alaska. Snowchange Arctic Rewilding … Continue reading

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Monitoring Environmental Changes in Tahltan Territory

Snowchange and Curtis Rattray, an Indigenous leader from the Tahltan Nation and TWILD‘s co-lead for community-led environmental monitoring developed  steps to check out the feasibility of setting up a field monitoring camp in the Tuya Mountain area. They wanted to fly into … Continue reading

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