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SEARCH announces new focus on co-production and call for nominations

By Athena Copenhaver | 4 October 2021

Three teams—each comprised of scientific, Indigenous, and decision-making experts—will synthesize the drivers and consequences of change, and make this understanding accessible to all. Nominations for team members are now being accepted.

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SEARCH’s Arctic Answers fill knowledge gaps with plain language expertise

By Athena Copenhaver | 21 October 2021

If you’ve found yourself pondering, for example, how does land motion influence sea level rise? Or, how fast is sea level rising? Or even, how does diminishing Arctic sea ice influence coastal communities? Then Arctic Answers is for you. A collaboration between SEARCH and the journal Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, Arctic Answers provides accessible…

SEARCH contributes Arctic expertise to Wilson Center’s new book, “Navigating the Arctic’s 7 Cs”

By Athena Copenhaver | 21 October 2021

In the opening chapter of this new book, published October 2021, SEARCH contributor Elizabeth Francis and director Brendan Kelly take readers on a journey through our changing Arctic climate. Together they illustrate in accessible language the history of our global climate, the unprecedented changes we’re witnessing today, and the cascading impacts on human communities and…

“Nangaghneghput – our way of life,” by Vera Kingeekuk Metcalf published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

By Athena Copenhaver | 15 October 2021

“Siku, sea ice, remains the most real and powerful presence in our relationship with our world in the Arctic,” writes Vera Kingeekuk Metcalf in her latest article for peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Vera serves as the Director of the Eskimo Walrus Commission and co-chairs the SEARCH co-production team dedicated to understanding…

joining hands

SEARCH announces new focus on co-production and call for nominations

By Athena Copenhaver | 4 October 2021

Three teams—each comprised of scientific, Indigenous, and decision-making experts—will synthesize the drivers and consequences of change, and make this understanding accessible to all. Nominations for team members are now being accepted.

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ACCAP webinar: “Co-producing understanding of drivers and consequences of Arctic change”

By brendanpkelly | 22 September 2021

Webinar date: 5 October 2021 @ 10:00 am AKDT — We will introduce our team leaders, describe our approach, and seek participation of Indigenous, scientific, and decision-making experts.

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SEARCH’s Arctic Answers published in Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research

By brendanpkelly | 22 September 2021

To promote an understanding of the science underlying climate change impacts in the Arctic, the journal Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (AAAR), published by the University of Colorado Boulder, is teaming up with SEARCH to release a series of short articles called “Arctic Answers.”

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SEARCH’s Arctic Answers published in Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research

By brendanpkelly | 22 September 2021

To promote an understanding of the science underlying climate change impacts in the Arctic, the journal Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (AAAR), published by the University of Colorado Boulder, is teaming up with SEARCH to release a series of short articles called “Arctic Answers.”