Securing just green transition in the European Arctic

In accordance with the EU Green Deal, the member countries should be carbon dioxide neutral by 2050. To achieve this goal, society must go through a challenging transition. A new research project coordinated by the University of Lapland in Finland aims to investigate how justice can be secured in the green transition in the Arctic.Continue reading “Securing just green transition in the European Arctic”

Arctic Five Fellows selected

On behalf of the Arctic Five partnership, the following candidates have been selected as successful applicants for the Arctic Five Fellow program. Considering the competitive applications we received, their selection is a testament to their academic achievements and alignment with the aims and purpose of the Arctic Five. Photo: Dag Avango As Arctic Five Fellows,Continue reading “Arctic Five Fellows selected”

New secretariat for The Arctic Five

As of March 20, 2023, Luleå University of Technology leads The Arctic Five, with a new secretariat with Professor Dag Avango as the director and Jan Gunnar Winther from UiT Norways Arctic University as co-director. “In the coming years, the Arctic Five will strengthen our interaction with actors involved in and affected by the greenContinue reading “New secretariat for The Arctic Five”

Many junior researchers interested in the new Arctic Five Fellow programme

A total of 36 people has applied to become Arctic Five Fellows. The aim of the programme is to strengthen cooperation in research and education on Arctic issues between the partner universities. Now follows an internal evaluation of the applicants at each partner university. The granted publications will be published on the Arctic Five webpageContinue reading “Many junior researchers interested in the new Arctic Five Fellow programme”