Report on “Arctic biodiversity, climate and food security” in Brussels, with webstream and photos

Report by Julien Lebel (Senior researcher at Nordland Research Institute, Norway) CHARTER, ECOTIP and FACE-IT, three EU-funded projects that are researching on biodiversity in relation to ice loss in the Arctic, organized jointly with the EU Polar Cluster a policy briefing in Brussels on 15 March 2023. The meeting was entitled “Arctic biodiversity, climate and food security” and constituted a useful opportunity


CHARTER, FACE-IT and ECOTIP, the three Horizon 2020 projects working on Arctic biodiversity and ice loss are conducting a policy briefing on 15 March 2023, 2 pm, in Brussels. We will be joined by the EU Polar Cluster both during organization and on-site. The event is open to EU Arctic policymakers in the European Commission, its various departments and agencies, European members of

Save The Date! Initiating A Policy Dialogue On Changing Arctic Biodiversity And The Societal Implications

The three Horizon 2020 projects ECOTIP, CHARTER and FACE-IT, together with the EU Polar Cluster, warmly invite you to attend a joint event in Brussels during the afternoon of Wednesday March 15th, 2023.   This will also be a hybrid event if you are unable to join in person.  What is this event about and why are we holding it?

Arctic Café held in Rovaniemi

Three Horizon2020 projects in a common Rovaniemi event by Markku Heikkilä. CHARTER was one of the three new EU Horizon 2020 projects on stage during a Arctic Café discussion event in Rovaniemi on 25thNovember. The event was organized together with the Arctic Centre and Horizon2020 projects CHARTER, JustNorth and ArcticHubs. All three projects have a strong presence in Rovaniemi research

EU funded CHARTER project starts up

Prof. Bruce Forbes to coordinate a major international project 27.4.2020 13:15 Advancing adaptive capacity of Arctic communities. This is the aim for CHARTER, a new EU Horizon 2020 funded project, coordinated by Professor Bruce Forbes of Arctic Centre. The European Commission has just signed the papers and work can begin. CHARTER (Drivers and feedbacks of changes in Arctic terrestrial biodiversity)