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Vahágat leat šaddan sullii 100 000 euro ovddas ja goddojuvvon bohccot leat gávdnon sullii 50 dán vahkus, muitala bálgosa boazoisit Iisko-Henrik Näkkäläjärvi.

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - The Reindeer Herding and Resilience project took a significant step forward following a successful visit to Mongolia by the International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry (ICR) in May-June 2023.

The National Association of Norwegian Reindriftssamers can no longer accept the state's management of wild game.

International centre for Reindeer Husbandry, World Reindeer Herders and GEF UNEP Reindeer Herding and Resilience project team are visiting Mongolia where they met Dukha reindeer herding community in Tsaaganur village. 

Latest scientific update on rapid changes in the Arctic and effects on indigenous reindeer herders: Reindeer Husbandry Adaptation to the Changing Arctic, Volume 1 is one of the winners in the category D24 CLIMATE & FOOD, today at the 28TH GOURMAND WORLD COOKBOOK AWARDS 2023 in Umea, Sweden. 

Report of the RIEVDAN project 2016-2022 led by Sámi allaskuvla and International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry is available for download. This final report from Rievdan research project to Research Council of Norway was prepared by the researchers and the professional team of the research project: Prof. Svein D. Mathiesen, Dir. Anders Oskal, Ass. prof Inger Marie Gaup Eira, Ass. prof. Ravdna Biret Marja Eira Sara, Ass. prof. Marina Tonkopeva. 

EU-PolarNet workshop organized by International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry with a topic Sápmi as Homeland: Co-designing Future Research with Indigenous Rights Holders, prioritizing future research and giving a direction for new ethical guidelines for research activities

A half-century of research by University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) alumni and others uncovers how caribou react to oil work on Alaska’s North Slope.

The international Arctic conference High North Dialogue started today in Bodø, Norway, and it is a platform for dialogue about the sustainable future in the Arctic. This year’s topic is “Business in the Arctic – Spaces of Opportunities”, emphasizing the opportunities connected to Politics, Business, Outer Space and Ocean Space. ICR director Anders Oskal is attending the conference and took part in the side-event panel "Arctic Leadership for the future".


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