Spring break was dedicated to getting to know Fairbanks closer. Despite the season for Northern Lights our main focus was to connect with citizens, conduct...
We promote convergence of diverse knowledge systems such as Arts, Science, Local and Indigenous Knowledge (ArtSLInK). It encompasses synchronous, equitable, co-productive engagement across the social and natural sciences, the arts and place-based local and Indigenous knowledge systems, each with their distinct modes of exploration and expression.
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Measuring Urban Sustainability in Transition
Co-Designing Future Arctic Cities in the Anthropocene
Change, Resilience and Sustainability in the Arctic
The Impact of Unofficial Transportation Routes on Remote Arctic Communities
Building Socio-Ecological Resilience through Urban Green, Blue and White Space (SERUS)
Exhibition Arctic InfraScapes 2023
Exhibition Arctic InfraScapes was held in Vienna from 18 to 23 February 2023 in conjunction with Arctric Science Summit Week. More information can...
2022 NNA Annual Community Meeting
Shauna Burnsilver, Alexander Kholodov, Vera Kuklina, Andrey Petrov, Nikolay Shiklomanov, and James Temte, participated at the Navigating the New...
We organize exhibitions all over the world, with scientists, photographers, and artists.
MUST Expedition 2022
The MUST project team visited Luleå in May/June 2022 in order to investigate how this northern city works to become more sustainable. The city is going through a dramatic period of growth now, expecting to add 20,000 residents to the population of 80,000. It is the...
МӨР: Following Nomadic Tracks and Trails in Northern Mongolia: 2022 Informal Roads Expedition
In June 2022, a research team comprising Mongolian, American, and Russian researchers traveled to the province to learn more about the communities, relationships with their animals, informal roads, and the landscape. The researchers’ work is part of the “Informal...