Arctic Frontiers Executive Director, Anu Fredrikson, will be attending the High North Dialogue conference in Bodø, Norway from April 18. to 20. Anu will present the award to the High North Hero.
Arctic Frontiers senior advisor for science, Jenny Turton, will be present at the European Geoscience Union (EGU) conference in Vienna from April 24. to 28. at the Vienna Centre in Austria. We will take part in a number of short courses, panel discussions and present our education and outreach activities at the conference.
Norway, Canada and Sustainable Development: A Case Study on Blue Economy. Canada and Norway have the longest and second longest coastlines in the world, with a combined length of approximately 344,000 kilometres. Both countries have unutilized potential for ocean growth, and both have strong policy, research and business developments in the blue economy sector. Read […]
Can the Arctic Become a New Marketplace for Data Communications? Digital connectivity is a prerequisite for modern development. In the Arctic, digital connectivity plays an even bigger role as many communities are distant, sparsely populated, and challenging to reach due to, among others, harsh weather conditions. However, the Arctic also presents many advantages for becoming […]