Improving dialogue among researchers, local and indigenous peoples and decision-makers to address issues of climate change in the North

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  • Terry V. Callaghan, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, Tomsk State University
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  • Olga Kulikova, Tomsk State University, Fb. Physik der Univ. Konstanz, Russian Academy of Sciences
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  • Lidia Rakhmanova, Tomsk State University
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  • Elmer Topp-Jørgensen
  • Niklas Labba, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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  • Lars Anders Kuhmanen, Gabna Sámi Village
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  • Sergey Kirpotin, Tomsk State University
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  • Olga Shaduyko, Tomsk State University
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  • Henry Burgess, British Antarctic Survey
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  • Arja Rautio, University of Oulu
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  • Ruth S. Hindshaw, Norconsult AS
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  • Leonid L. Golubyatnikov, Russian Academy of Sciences
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  • Gareth J. Marshall, British Antarctic Survey
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  • Andrey Lobanov, Arctic Research Centre of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District
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  • Andrey Soromotin, Tyumen State University
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  • Alexander Sokolov, Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Arctic Research Center of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District
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  • Natalia Sokolova, Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Arctic Research Center of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District
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  • Praskovia Filant, Reindeer Herders Association of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District
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  • Margareta Johansson, Lund University

The Circumpolar North has been changing rapidly within the last decades, and the socioeconomic systems of the Eurasian Arctic and Siberia in particular have displayed the most dramatic changes. Here, anthropogenic drivers of environmental change such as migration and industrialization are added to climate-induced changes in the natural environment such as permafrost thawing and increased frequency of extreme events. Understanding and adapting to both types of changes are important to local and indigenous peoples in the Arctic and for the wider global community due to transboundary connectivity. As local and indigenous peoples, decision-makers and scientists perceive changes and impacts differently and often fail to communicate efficiently to respond to changes adequately, we convened a meeting of the three groups in Salekhard in 2017. The outcomes of the meeting include perceptions of how the three groups each perceive the main issues affecting health and well-being and recommendations for working together better.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftAMBIO
Vol/bind49
Nummer6
Sider (fra-til)1161-1178
Antal sider18
ISSN0044-7447
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StatusUdgivet - 2020

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