The BarentSaga is published by the International Barents Secretariat and the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland.
The Barents Cooperation Calendar this fall is crammed with more interesting events than ever before. BarentSaga 3/2011 highlight some of them, read more.
Severe cases of diverse contamination, lack of ownership, and incomplete analysis and prognosis are all some of the factors making the work on the Barents Environmental Hot Spots slow and difficult. However, the recent breakthrough enabling three hot spots to be taken off the list creates a positive outlook for finding solutions also to others. Read more >>
The scenario for the Barents Rescue 2011 exercise was based on a dam collapse in the River Lule , which results in a number of incidents. Read more >>
More than 70 young entrepreneurs from the whole Barents
region have been working hard to develop their business ideas and
enterprises. Read more >>
The mission of the Barents Regional Youth Council (BRYC)
is to strengthen the cooperation among the young residents empowering
them to actively participate in shaping their future life. Read more >>