Fisheries techniques, innovations, and new technology in Greenland could work elsewhere in the Arctic and Antarctic. Cold weather batteries, fish-preserving technology, and moving toward community collaboration with research and policy are explored in this podcast. Join us as we dive into aspects of Greenland fisheries, scholarly activities, and visual and musical art.
Arctic Together Episode 4, part 1, and part 2 are now available to stream on Podbean and your favorite streaming platform! Tune in to discover insights to the Innovations in Early Technologies and Empowerment in Arctic Fishing Communities, also known as the Qulleq project, hear from scholars Edna Lyberth and Jay Kim about Greenland fisheries, and dive deep with artists Nive Nielsen and Erin Gingrich. This episode is split into 2 parts, part one features the Qulleq project and Greenland Inuit recording artist and actor Nive Nielsen of Nive and the Deer Children. Part two features the scholars Edna Lyberth of Greenland, Arctic Resilient Communities Youth Fellow, and Jay Kim, a Systems Approaches to Understanding and Navigating the New Arctic (SAUNNA) fellow at the University of Maine, and Alaskan multi-media artist Erin Gingrich. Check out the show notes for more information.