Within the framework of the contest for projects related to applied R&D carried out by MSc and PhD students to ensure sustainable development of the Arctic and the Far North, Nikita Yakimov, 1st year PhD student of the Department of Ecology and Environmental Management of the SFU School of Ecology and Geography (PhD supervisor – Prof. Irina Bezkorovainaia) received grant of Regional Scientific Foundation to work on research called “Long-term severe fires consequences exertion in cryolithic zone of Siberia based on satellite monitoring data”.
The voting and awarding for the best photo in four nominations of the photo-contest devoted to Sustainable Development in Mountain and Arctic territories have been completed. The contest was a part of events organized within #ERASMUSDAYS-2020.
Within the framework of the special event called #ERASMUSDAYS-2020 in Russia, SUNRAISE project partners announced the Photo-Contest devoted to «Sustainable Development in Mountain and Arctic Territories».
On-site seminar-presentation of the MOOC “Sustainable Development of Mountain Territories in the Context of the Concept of Ecosystem Services” was held at Gorno-Altaisk State University on September 17, 2020. Though the MOOC in Russian was launched in April 2020 and its English version on June 2020, there was no way to organize such presentation earlier due to COVID-19.