Photo credit: Rebecca L - Pixabay.

Professor Jan Borm, director of MIARC and UArctic Chair in Arctic Humanities, took part in the panel discussion that linked two major institutions, UArctic and the Arctic Circle.

The Arctic Circle Assembly is the largest annual international gathering on the Arctic, attended by more than 2000 participants from over 60 countries. The Assembly is held every October in Reykjavík, Iceland.

The last session included a panel discussion on "UARCTIC Responses to Climate Change: New Perspectives in Research and Education", organized by Jan Borm, together with Hanne Christiansen, professor of Physical Geography at the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Norway.   

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14 October 2022


David Anderson, Professor, UArctic Chair in Anthropology of the Arctic, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom: From Cultural Landscapes to Cultured Landscapes - an Anthropology of Living with Climate Change

Melody Burkins, Professor and Director, the Institute of Arctic Studies; UArctic Chair in Science Diplomacy and Inclusion, Dartmouth College,
USA: Centering Arctic Knowledge in Climate Cooperation and Policy

Hanne Hvidtfeldt Christiansen, Professor UNIS-University Centre in Svalbard, Norway; UArctic Chair, Permafrost and Physical Processes:
Permafrost and Climate Change - What Actions Are We Taking and Why

Jan Borm, Professor and Director, Malaurie Institute of Arctic Research Monaco-UVSQ, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en- Yvelines,
France: Perception of Arctic Climate Change in Contemporary Cultural Productions

Photo credit: Rebecca L./Pixabay



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