Community-led Investments in Climate & Food Security: An Inclusive Model for Arctic Energy Transitions
By Mary Albert, Toku Oshima, Lene Kielsen Holm (posthumous), Christopher Polashenski, Weiyang (Fiona) Li, Hunter Snyder, Alyssa Pantaleo
The Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award provides high-level recognition for innovative ideas that transform knowledge into action to help address the impacts of climate change in the Arctic. The prize comes with a 100,000 euro unrestricted grant that is intended to help develop the ideas through outreach, engagement, and communication.
The third Award will be announced at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík in October 2023. The Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award is a collaboration between Arctic Circle and UArctic.