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Current Projects

"Building Skills around Wood Construction across Nordics and Russia"

Wood has been used as a basic building material for centuries. With years, the scale and the way of using wood for construction changes but thanks to its unique and versatile characteristics, wood is still seen as an attractive material not only to build houses, but also variety of other constructions and products. Many researchers now consider the use of wood from well-maintained forests as one of the most important solutions for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Collaborative and Knowledge-building Project Collaborative Project Development of Arctic Maritime Logistics and Intermodal Sea-Land Transport Connections: Implications for the Barents Euro-Arctic Region

Today, the transport infrastructure in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region (BEAR) is divided along national boundaries
into distinct national transport systems. Transport across national boundaries is extremely limited, which hampers
local economic development. This project aims to improve the cost-effectiveness and environmental sustainability of
transport systems in the BEAR through the development of a transshipment hub(s)Read more

EduSmart: Education and Knowledge Development for Smart City Governance and Performance Management in the High North

There is an increasing debate about smart cities and communities and the sustainable development of different regions all over the world. This includes the Arctic and the High North. However, while smart city initiatives are growing, the concept itself, developed outside the High North and the Arctic, requires local knowledge and competence buildingRead more

Cross-Border Innovations in Arctic Aquaculture (ARCTAQUA)

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GrAB: Green Arctic Building

The severe nature of the Arctic region has specific requirements to building technologies, energy efficiency and implementation of sustainable construction principles. These are the challenges faced by any country of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region in the face of growing demand for energy, risks of global warming and the unique vulnerability of Arctic ecosystemsRead more

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