Indigenous Peoples

"Great stories and beautiful photos" - Many Strong Voices Arctic youth photo project on display in Canada
As you walk through the front entrance of the Vancouver Aquarium, you are struck by the images. Two-metre long banners containing photos and stories of youth from four Arctic communities are b ...
Published to 'News' 18 Jan 2016
Arctic side event during UNEP meeting in Nairobi
February 18, 2013, Nairobi, Kenya, - A side event entitled "What future for the Arctic?" was organized on the occasion of theFirst Universal Session of the Governing Council / Global Ministerial ...
Published to 'News' 18 Feb 2013
Journalist training on climate change held in Nepal
A journalist training workshop, held inNepal, brought together about 20 different journalists from the region to improve their skills for communicating on climate change.
Published to 'News' 18 Feb 2013
Changing Taiga: Challenges for Mongolia’s Reindeer Herders
Mongolia’s reindeer herders and their taiga homeland are today facing unprecedented challenges from unregulated mining, forest logging, loss of access to natural resources, tourism, and climate ...
Published to 'Changing Taiga' 23 Mar 2012
Many Strong Voices launches new website
New website launched for Many Strong Voices, a programme which links the Arctic and Small Island Developing States to meet the challenges of climate change.
Published to 'News' 15 Mar 2012
Women at the frontline of climate change - Gender risks and hopes
Women are often in the frontline in respect to the impacts of a changing climate. Globally the world is seeing increasingly frequent droughts and floods which are having economic but also profou ...
Published to 'Women at the frontline of climate change' 06 Dec 2011
Many Strong Voices - MSV
Many Strong Voices is a collaborative programme with the goal of promoting the well-being, security and sustainability of coastal communities in the Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS ...
Published to 'Websites' 17 Jun 2008
Vital Arctic Graphics
The fate of the Arctic environment deserves global consideration. The Arctic is the world’s last continuous, undeveloped and unexploited coastal and marine region. It is an area highly unique in ...
Published to 'Vital Arctic Graphics' 15 Jun 2006