We bring together diverse experts to co-produce and share new understanding of the drivers and consequences of environmental change in the Arctic.

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Human Well-Being

Physical safety, food security, sea level, coastal erosion, community resiliency

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Drivers & Ecological Consequences

Changes to sea ice, glaciers, ice sheets, permafrost, and life in the ocean & on land

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International Cooperation & Economic Decision-Making

Implications for local, regional, and international cooperation; business and economic impacts

News from SEARCH

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Informing decisions in and about the Arctic

By brendanpkelly | 6 June 2022

Scientists, Indigenous experts, and leaders from governments and commerce are meeting in Anchorage this week to forge new ways of informing decisions in and about the Arctic. Rapid warming is changing the Arctic with pronounced consequences for people in and beyond the region. Decisions made at local, regional, and global scales need to be informed…

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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.”