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Young Voices from the Arctic: Insights on Climate Change and Permafrost Degradation
Nordregio working paper 2023:6
ISBN: 978-91-8001-081-8
ISSN: 1403-2511
DOI: 10.6027/WP2023:61403-2511
© Nordregio 2023
Layout: Sofia Strömgård
Photos: Leneisja Jungsberg

About the study

This knowledge brief has been produced as part of research conducted during three fieldwork visits in Greenland and the Nordic Arctic. The interview data is based on four qualitative interviews and one group questionnaire with young people in the age group 18-35 years old. We chose this age range as it encompasses different phases of education, work, and settling for this group, all of which have relevance for community planning. The underlying hypothesis for this brief is that youth participation is critical for long-term resilience and mitigation efforts in Arctic communities.
Authors & contributor team
Leneisja Jungsberg & Diana Huynh Nordregio
Joan Nymand Larsen, Stefansson Arctic Institute & Akureyri University
Ulla Timlin, University of Oulu
Arja Ratio, University of Oulu

Acknowledgement
The research leading to this brief received support from the Nunataryuk project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under grant agreement No. 773421 and the Arctic Youth and Sustainable Futures Project led by Stefansson Arctic Institute.
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