Next January marks the 20th anniversary of the Barents cooperation. The event provides an opportunity to review lessons learned after 20 years of cooperation and identify new challenges and priorities for the future cooperation. BarentsObserver invites you to voice your views here.
When Bjørne Kvernmo docked his ship, “Havsel,” at the port in Tromsø this month, he knew it would be the end of a tradition he’s kept up for 40 years. With his return, northern Norway’s long-standing seal hunt had finally come to a close.
According to a doctoral dissertation to be published by the University of Helsinki, the indigenous Sámi people of Northern Finland generally have lower cancer rates than the rest of the country’s population.