Greenland Science Week is a multi-disciplinary Arctic science platform that facilitates dialogue and cooperation for Greenlandic and international research, business, management and citizens, and it is right around the corner!
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.