Project team members Shauna Burnsilver, Alexander Kholodov, Vera Kuklina, Andrey Petrov, Nikolay Shiklomanov, and James Temte, participated at the Navigating the New Arctic Community Office Annual Meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, hosted by Alaska Pacific University, during November 15-17, 2022. They presented the progress of the project in posters, presentations and roundtable discussions.

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Pavel Groisman and Vera Kuklina participated in the NASA LCLUC Workshop that summarized the 25 years of activities of the NASA Land Cover Land Use Change Program. At the first day of the Workshop, Groisman presented there a thirty-min-long talk “The LCLUC NEESPI-NEFI: Accomplishments and Synthesis“.

Hyatt Hotel, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, 18-20 October, 2022

Vera Kuklina made a presentation of the project Frozen Commons: Change, Resilience and Sustainability in the Arctic at the NNA International community meeting as part of the Arctic Science Summit Week, on March 31, 2022 in Tromso, Norway.

Project team members Vera Kuklina, Andrey Petrov and Alexander Kholodov are giving presentations at the Alaska Forum on the Environment virtual meeting on February 9, 2022. They are giving an overview of the main components of the recently launched project to gather communities’ concerns and experiences about Arctic ice, snow, and permafrost landscapes collectively used and governed by communities and non-local stakeholders.

New article is published in GW Magazine on Arctic research conducted by GWU scholars. It highlights several projects with ArtSLInK team members, including Frozen Commons, Informal Roads and MUST.

ArtSLInK team members made presentations of artistic works, community engagement and Domesticating Landscapes projects at the 2021 Navigating the New Arctic (NNA) Annual Community Meeting (8-12 November, 2021). For the first time, conference included Art Highlights as a part of the program to highlight and share art-based research or education/outreach programming. We used our experience of work within ArtSLInK approach to emphasize the need in decolonization practices that encompass simultaneous, equitable, co-productive engagement of science, arts and place-based local and Indigenous Knowledge systems. While the first presentation gave an overview of ArtSLInK projects, team member James Temte in his presentation had focus on community engagement with stronger emphasis on communities. Finally, the presentation on Domesticating Landscapes was more focused on ArtScience collaboration.

Videopresentation “Convergence of Arts, Science and Local and Indigenous Knowledge”

Frozen Commons: Researchers will study shared Arctic landscapes affected by climate change

“The project sets the stage for a convergence of knowledge and concepts across diverse cultural and political contexts, starting with thoughts held by Indigenous and local communities and scaled up to those implemented by regional stakeholders,” said Alexander Shiklomanov, research assistant professor in UNH’s Earth Systems Research Center […]