19 Jun 2019
09:00 – 09:30
09:30 – 09:45
  • Mr. Marc Mézard, ENS Director
  • Mr. Fred-Arild Pettersen,Education and research advisor, Norwegian Embassy in Paris
  • Mrs Ségolène Royal, Ambassadrice des pôles Arctique et Antarctique
09:45 – 11:00
Impact of new technologies on traditional activities and governance
  • Jon Petter Gintal (N) – the Sámi Parliament - governance and work on climate change and traditional knowledge/Árbediehtu
  • Niklas Labba (N) – Integrating new technologies in reindeer herding and indigenous communities
  • Samuel Roturier (F) –Digital ethics: questions about ILK and new technologies
  • Vincent Kerbaol (F) - Contribution of spatial technologies in the Arctic
11:00 – 11:30
Coffee break
11:30 – 12:45
Observing and monitoring a changing arctic: combining new technologies and traditional knowledge
  • Marie Roué (F) – Transmission, revival, transformation of indigenous sami knowledge in relationship with identity
  • Vera Hausner (N) – Participatory mapping technologies for observing and adapting to changes in the Arctic
  • Sylvie Blangy (F) – Indigenous knowledge and action-research
  • Ann Eileen Lennert (N) – Sustainability in the Arctic
  • Alexandra Lavrillier (F) – The contribution of Indigenous knowledge to Social and Environmental Sciences (Lavrillier A. and Gabyshev S.)
12:45 – 14:15
Lunch break
14:15 – 15:30
New technologies and energy in a changing Arctic, impact on local population
  • Rasmus Bertelsen (N) – The Arctic, advanced technology and brain circulation – cases from Iceland and Tromsø
  • Florian Vidal (F)  ENS Groupe d’études géopolitiques – Mining activities in the Barents Region: Local Governance and Economic Perspectives
  • Bjarte Hoff (N) – Renewable energy in Northern Norway
    • Dorothée Cambou (Fi) – The impacts of renewable energy on the rights of the Sami people
    • Marlène Moutel Sabella (F) – Harnessing tidal stream power for sustainable arctic communities
    15:30 – 16:00
    Coffee break
    16:00 – 17:00
    Telling the Arctic

    Olivier Truc, writer

    20 Jun 2019
    09:00 – 12:00

    In day 2 of our seminar, we will take part in a participatory workshop which aims at developing France Norway collaborations in Arctic research across fields and disciplines. We will start by listing the diverse sources of funding (present and to come) available in both countries and at the EU level and of interest to all of us. Then we will work in small groups exploring different cooperation program scenarios in the year to come and check their feasibility. The workshop will be co facilitated by Rasmus Bertelsen, Sylvie Blangy and Florian Vidal.

    The event agenda's time zone is CEST.