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The International Indian Treaty Council invites Indigenous food producers, knowledge and rights holders to an Indigenous Peoples Multi-regional Virtual Consultation in preparation for the United Nations Food Systems Summit

Is there a future for Arctic indigenous peoples in face of Arctic change?  

Reindeer Herding news

Building competence locally based on the best available knowledge, both Indigenous-based knowledge and science are important. The challenge for Indigenous people is that their traditional knowledge is not included in education and research in the Arctic, says Mikhail Pogodaev.

At the Arctic Frontiers 2021 conference, Joel Clement held the keynote for the “Building the future” panel. His inspirational speech was an ode to empowering youth and building a resilient Arctic – and a reflection on the discussions of the 2020 Arctic Resilience Forum.

Indigenous peoples´ food knowledge is essential to our future ability to adapt to the ongoing and future climate changes in the Arctic.

Ямальские ученые вернулись с полевых работ. Исследователи побывали на фактории Яхады-Яха, посетили Тамбей, Сеяху и Сабетту. Не обошли стороной и Еркуту. Именно там стартовал проект, который поможет обновить данные о жизни оленей в тундре 

The authorities of Kamchatka are checking information about death of approximately 300 reindeer in the Tigil region of the Kamchatsiy District of Russia.

A video of a polar bear wandering in Tomponskiy district of Yakutia (Russia) has become viral on the Whatsapp messenger today. The territory of the Tomponskiy district is not a habitat of polar bears

Data shows that Indigenous people are more susceptible to contagious illnesses 


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