Ikaluktutiak, una nunaliitni tahamani Kitikmeoni aviktoghimaningnani Nunavut havakvigiliktat ukkua Polar Knowledge-kut Kanatami (UKKIUKTAKTUK) una nuttak naonaiyaiyiuyut havakviat, una Kanatami Kuttiktuni Ukkiuktaktumi Naonaiyaiyiuyut Havakviat (CHARS-kut). Tatvani Nuvaipa 08 2018-mi ukkakatiginggaghimayaga una Marla Limousin, Ataniluloaktok Titigaktiovluni Hamlatkuni Ikaluktutiami tatva kanok ihomagiyakakmangmata haffuminga CHARS-kunik tatvalo kanok ikpigiyakaktat hapkua nunnakatigit tatvani.
Wintering at Svalbard had been a lifelong dream of Hilde Fålun Strøm (51). However, it was only when nature required its first ‘climate deaths’ that her trip found its goal and a meaning larger than herself. (Originally published at: March 18, 2019 Written by: Elisabeth Bergquist This is an article originally posted in High North News.)
There are other great opportunities for Arctic scholars to bring attention to their work. The "Arctic Relations: Scholarship & Stories" blog is one such avenue.