A French Norwegian seminar on traditional knowledge and modern technologies in the Arctic will take place in Paris on 19th and 20th of June. Join us to participate and meet top researchers, journalists and companies from France and Norway.

Contribution of traditional ecological knowledge and modern technologies in a Changing Arctic
Paris, 19 Jun 2019 – 20 Jun 2019

 

The Arctic region is especially exposed to climate change, undergoing fast-paced transformations. Its natural resources attract all kinds of industries, from fisheries to oil drilling, while local communities are going through important socio-economic changes. How can modern technology, social and biological science work collaboratively with local and indigenous ecological knowledge? 

Building on the success of the 2016 Franco-Nordic seminar in Tromsø, the Institut français de Norvège and  the Research Council of Norway have decided to further explore topic of « The Changing Arctic ».

The Paris seminar will address « the contribution of traditional ecological knowledge and modern technologies in a Changing Arctic » through a set of conferences, round-tables and workshops. 

REGISTER ON https://changingarcticparis.b2match.io/ [FREE EVENT]

Funding will be provided to support the mobility of Norwegian participants to France. If you would like to receive financial support from the Institut français in Norway to attend the seminar in Paris, please contact us at science@france.no.

1_1 Jon Peter Gintal_the Sámi Parliament – governance and work on climate change and traditional knowledge Árbediehtu
3_3 Bjarte Hoff_Renewable energy in Northern Norway
3_4DorothéeCambou_The impacts of renewable energy on the rights of the Sami people
3_5MarlèneMoutel_HarnessingtidalStreamPowerForSustainableArcticCommunities