17 Arctic co-operation projects funded so far

The Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme, administered by NAPA and Ilisimatusarfik, University of Greenland, has so far granted funding to 17 projects this year with a total amount of 7 mio. DKK. 

The Programme aims to promote Nordic co-operation in the Arctic and contribute to increased knowledge about the environment, economy, and social conditions in the region. To receive funding, partners across the Arctic and Nordic Region must present projects to improve the Arctic region focusing on:  

In addition, this development needs to be facilitated through collaborations and partnerships. (PARTNERSHIPS)  

So far, the following projects have been approved for funding from the Nordic Arctic Co-operation Programme this year: 

 

Title 

Lead partner 

Countries involved 

Enhancing
Nordic Geological Mapping of the Seabed (ENIGMAS)
 

Marine
and Freshwater Research Institute, Iceland 

Iceland
(leading partner), Norway, Faroe Islands, Denmark
 

 

Seaweed
Resource for Harvest in Greenland (SeaRcH)
 

 

Universityof Aarhus, Denmark 

Denmark,
Greenland, Norway, Faroe Islands
 

The
Ikaite columns – past and future, and prospects in a changing Arctic
 

 

Jarvik GeoConsulting, Sweden 

Sweden,
Greenland, Denmark, United Kingdom, Iceland
 

Sisters
in the Arctic Blue Network – Third year
 

 

Natural
Resources Institute, Finland (LUKE)
 

Finland,
Norway, Denmark, Sweden
 

Making
knowledge accessible to the circumpolar community: production of a podcast
series on indigenous knowledge sharing and research in the Circumpolar
Maternal and Child Health group
 

National
Institute of Public Health, Denmark  

Denmark,
Norway, Canada, Greenland
 

Arctic
Healthy Aging communities: Safe and inclusive outdoor environment and public
spaces (The Nordic AHA-Communities
 

University of Oulu, Finland 

Finland, Iceland, Sweden 

Infrastructural
deprivation in the Arctic
 

Ilisimatusarfik, University of
Greenland
 

Greenland, Norway, Finland,
Sweden, Denmark
 

 

Arctic
Peoples’ Conference – A 50th Commemoration
 

 

Inuit Circumpolar Council
Greenland
 

Greenland,
Norway, Sweden, Finland
 

Seals,
Stigma and Survival: Finding Solutions to the EU Stigmatization of Seal
Hunting
 

 

University of Southern Denmark 

Denmark,
Finland, Norway, Canada
 

The
unseen life in soils at Disko Island under climate change
 

 

University of Gothenburg 

Sweden, Denmark, Greenland 

A
sustainable local tourism and food experience
 

 

New
Arctic Kitchen C/O Made of Tales, Denmark
 

Denmark, Norway, Åland, Greenland 

The
Sustainability Portrait Project – Art, location, and social responsibility
for sustainable development in the Arctic
 

 

Ilisimatusarfik, University of
Greenland
 

Greenland, Norway, Sweden,
Finland, Denmark
 

“Your
Story – Our Future” – Defining Arctic Leadership
 

 

Old
Friends Industries/ v Jens Larsen, Denmark
 

Denmark, Greenland,
Norway, Germany
 

Genetic
diversity of fish species in the Arctic ecosystem
 

 

University
of the Faroe Islands
 

Faroe
Islands, Iceland, Norway, Denmark
 

Natur for alle 

Handicaptalsmanden Tilioq,
Sisimiut
 

 

Greenland,
Norway, Denmark
 

CBMP Terrestrial Scoping Process 

 

CAFF International Secretariat 

Iceland,   

Denmark,
Finland, Canada, USA
 

Underwater
Noise in the Arctic: Understanding Impacts and Defining Management Solutions
– Phase II
 

 

The Arctic
Council – PAME working group
 

Iceland,
Norway,
Denmark,
Greenland, Faroe Islands, Sweden, USA, Canada
 

 

All applicants have been notified of the status of their application. If you still haven’t received news on your application, you are welcome to contact NAPA at napa@napa.gl.  

  

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