Following on last year's pilot, there is a new round of the Arctic Graduate Shool Seminar series on perspectives on sustainability in Arctic research. This year's series of lectures is called "Changing Arctic", and will cover key concepts and perspectives to sustainability in the changing Arctic under the broad overarching theme of Green transition.
The seminar will run throughout the academic year of 2023-2024 as a series of monthly meetings that will take place in hybrid mode. Each lecture will consist of a short keynote talk by invited experts followed by group work.
Today, 9 November, Tanja Joona will talk about A Justice Approach to (Economic) Development in the Arctic. Tanja Joona is a Docent in International Law at the University of Lapland, Finland.
The schedule for this autumn
14 September Tiina Ikäheimo (UiT): Arctic environmental and occupational health in the changing climate 12 October Miguel San Sebastian (UMU): Title TBA 9 November Tanja Joona (ULapland): A Justice Approach to (Economic) Development in the Arctic 7 December Janina Priebe (UMU): Title TBA
For those interested in doing this as a course with course credits, contact Linda Lundmark for further instructions.
The seminars are arranged by the Arctic Five Universities University of Lapland, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, and Umeå University, and their respective Doctoral schools targeting Arctic areas.