Headline: Shaping Arctic’s Tomorrow through Indigenous Knowledge Engagement and Knowledge Co-Production

This perspective presents a statement of the 10th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences Indigenous Knowledge and knowledge co-production panel and discussion group, 20 July 2021. The statement is designed to serve as a characterization of the state-of-the-art and guidance for further advancement of Indigenous Knowledge and knowledge co-production in the Arctic. It identifies existing challenges and provides specific recommendations for researchers, Indigenous communities, and funding agencies on meaningful recognition and engagement of Indigenous Knowledge systems.

Publication Year
2022
Publication Type
Academic Articles
Citation

Degai, T., Petrov, A. N., Badhe, R., Egede Dahl, P. P., Döring, N., Dudeck, S., Herrmann, T. M., Golovnev, A., Mack, L., Omma, E. M., Retter, G.-B., Saxinger, G., Scheepstra, A. J. M., Shadrin, C. V., Shorty, N., & Strawhacker, C. (2022). Shaping Arctic’s Tomorrow through Indigenous Knowledge Engagement and Knowledge Co-Production. Sustainability, 14(3): 1331. doi:10.3390/su14031331.

DOI
10.3390/su14031331
Links
https://publications.iass-potsdam.de/rest/items/item_6001607_7/component/file_6…
Staff involved
Projects involved
Global Change and Arctic Sustainable Transformations (GloCAST)