Category Archives: News
World Parks Congress Done, Queensland Indigenous Community Cooperation, On the Way to Aotearoa and South East Asia
Travels in Australia are winding down, this leg of the tour ending. Participation in the World Parks Congress was success, with a VIP panel discussion on the Arctic issues, mining in Finland and a opening of a letter campaign towards … Continue reading
The US documentary film crew shooting in Selkie, Finland maintains a blog of their visit, which is available here.
Snowchange delegates head down under as the South Pacific tour 2014 kicks off. First in early November the Indigenous and Local Community Conserved Areas Workshop close to Sydney will allow exchange of view with many communities around the world. Then … Continue reading
Today the Federation of Finnish Fisheries Association, the national body to advance professional fishing has recognized Elder, professional fisherman, 80-years-old Kalevi Veko with the highest national award that can be given to an individual – the Golden Award. Kalevi Veko … Continue reading
The recently-launched “Forager” magazine, out of Vancouver, BC, Canada, has written about Snowchange activities titled “Training of Future Elders“. The story is available for 5 CAD here.
The FENNIA science journal has published today a new Snowchange-related peer-reviewed article “Endemic Time-Spaces of Finland”. It is available here.
This week, an US-based documentary film crew from the Pretty Good Productions arrives in Selkie, North Karelia to start a year-long activity. Main purpose of the film project is to document the efforts on the Jukajoki watershed in Selkie – a … Continue reading
The Washington DC -based Foreign Policy journal reports on the efforts of Snowchange to restore watersheds in lake Kuivasjärvi and Jukajoki. The article can be read here .
Everybody is busy with Autumn fisheries and preparations for the South Pacific tour of the Autumn here at Snowchange HQ. In October we have focused on getting several science papers ready for release based on the 2014 work, and enjoying … Continue reading
The recently-held Festival of Northern Fishing Traditions proved to be a great success. The United Nations report captures the essential – it can be read here.