Planning the WP2 workshops!

The main objective of the second workpackage, named CONSULT, is to determine stakeholder driven scenarios of vulnerability and adaptive capacity to the socio-ecological effects of climate change and related stressors, such as ocean acidification on the provisioning and cultural services provided by the Svalbard Fisheries Protection Zone (SFPZ). In other words – how vulnerable are Read More …

Call for Masters Students! Arctic bioeconomy

Economic impacts of climate change on fisheries in Norwegian Arctic Waters The world ocean has warming up, snow and sea ice are melting, glaciers are retreating, sea levels are rising, and seawater is becoming more acidic. All these changes in climate have produced noticeable effects on ecosystems and ecosystem services. It has become more evident Read More …