"Out of the Arctic" — the SEARCH Podcast

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An Arctic soundscape exploring  perspectives of environmental change

Through compelling (10-30 minute) episodes, Out of the Arctic:

  • highlights co-production of knowledge by SEARCH and others,
  • details the successes and challenges of co-production in the Arctic,
  • explores perspectives of Indigenous People, scientists, and decision makers about environmental change in the Arctic, and
  • deepens understanding of how environmental change in the Arctic impacts human communities and ecosystems.

Listen to our first episode

01: SEARCHing the Arctic

2 May 2022

Welcome to the first episode of Out of the Arctic. In this episode we introduce the latest phase of SEARCH, featuring an interview with Chief Scientist Brendan P. Kelly and the voices of those who co-designed SEARCH’s co-production project. 

All episodes

05: An Icebreaker, International Law, and “Owning” the Arctic

30 September 2022

Land, ice, and sea are not the only rapidly shifting elements of the Arctic. With increased political tensions rippling throughout the Arctic, international relations, governance, and decision making at all levels are all being forced to adapt. Here to share a fascinating and necessary perspective in the fifth episode of the SEARCH podcast is Betsy…

04: When Code Comes Alive

19 August 2022

What’s it like to move between the digital world of climate modeling and the vast land, ice, and seascapes of the Arctic? In the fourth episode of the SEARCH podcast, we speak with Marika Holland, a SEARCH team co-chair and a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado. Marika has thought a…

03: My Sea Level Isn’t Your Sea Level

7 July 2022

In the third episode of Out of the Arctic we hear from two experts—Twila Moon (National Snow and Ice Data Center) and Jackie Qataliña Schaeffer (Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium)—about how the science of sea level rise, ice loss, and climate change intersects with human health, well being, and community in the Arctic and beyond.

crop person admiring view of cold ocean

02: How Do We Know When—and If—We’re Saying the Same Thing?

7 June 2022

How do we know when and if we are saying the same thing? Across cultures? Knowledge systems? Values? Even vocabulary? Digging into this concept, we talk with SEARCH co-chair and co-Principal Investigator Vera Kingeekuk Metcalf to hear about her experiences with translation.

01: SEARCHing the Arctic

2 May 2022

Welcome to the first episode of Out of the Arctic. In this episode we introduce the latest phase of SEARCH, featuring an interview with Chief Scientist Brendan P. Kelly and the voices of those who co-designed SEARCH’s co-production project.