||The New England Arctic Network (NEAN) will address links between Arctic change and the natural, social, and built systems throughout the Arctic and the North Atlantic Arctic region. NEAN combines the wealth of academic expertise in Arctic research across New England with researchers, stakeholders, and external partners concerned with environmental, economic, and social impacts, providing an ideal community for anticipating and responding to Arctic change and its impacts on the eastern coast of North America. (...click for more)|
Symposium: “Climate Repair and the Arctic: Science and Ethics”
Monday, November 28, 2022
A TED-Audacious funded project led by Woodwell Climate Research Center with founding partners at Harvard Kennedy School's Arctic Initiative, Alaska Institute for Justice, and Alaska Native Science Center. We are bringing together leading experts in climate science, policy action, and environmental justice to inform and develop adaptation and mitigation strategies to address permafrost thaw Here's an overview of our activities over the past six months.
University of Maine
Graduate research program fostering systems perspectives to address the challenges of complex socio-environmental changes in the Arctic. Applications for fall 2023 are open.
Student applications are open for summer 2023.
Thu 3 November, 2-3:30 pm
Bonnie Newsom "Community Engagement, Climate Change, and Archaeological
Site Stewardship in Acadia National Park"
Matt Magnani: "Raising Indigenous Voices through Small Museum Collections"
Arctic Cooperation Through a Lens - October 27 4:30pm, Dr. Jeff Kerby
Dr. Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, President of Iceland - November 8th 4:30pm
Bering Strait: Navigation and Conservation in Times of Conflict
Wed., Nov. 2, 2022 | 12:00pm - 5:30pm
Museum is open until November 18th at which point the collections and exhibits
will move to the John and Lile Gibbons Center for Arctic Studies
that will open in Spring 2023
June 2, 2022
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Innovation Hall, University of New England, Portland
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
(There is also a video of the online discussion available for those who attended the in-person event. Please email email@example.com for that link)
due April 12, 2022
Congratulations Jacqueline Richter-Menge, of Lyme, New Hampshire. Good to see you back on the Commission!
Proposals accepted any time
Please send us notifications of online events to firstname.lastname@example.org for posting on this page as well as through Facebook and Twitter
Nina Kirchner, Larry Mayer, Hideaki Murayama, Niklas Eklund,
Nancy Kinner (moderator)
Tues April 9th, 4-6 pm, Huddleston Hall
The University of New Hampshire
Sponsored by the Arctic Science IntegrAtion Questi (ASIAQ)
and the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (SMSOE)
Thanks for attending!!!
Click here for materials, agenda., and notes....
Workshop Report (draft) - pdf
"UMaine Researchers: Indigenous People Key To Building Biodiversity In Wilderness" - Maine Public - featuring Darren Ranco
"UNH Receives NSF Grant to Research Carbon Interactions in Thawing Arctic" - Fosters - featuring Jessica Ernakovich from UNH
"Kittery-based Coast Guard cutter joins historic Arctic mission" - Portsmouth HeraldNew UMaine program trains students to become future arctic scientists" - News Center Maine
Gray Zones in the Blue Arctic: Grappling with China's Growing Influence
Rebecca Pincus and Walter A. Berbrick