One by one, each snowflake accumulate in a deep snow cover on Jokkmokk. Albeit fragile in itself, it is unity and bonding that makes this snow pack so strong. Perhaps this a good analogy to what is happening at JWC, each year, more unity and bonds are created over our common concern for the effects of a changing climate.
From scholars to businesses, the message was clear; there is still a great need for better communication. Day two of JWC 2015 evolved around practical ways to communicate science in a fruitful manner.
Winter is weaving its thick heavy blanket over Norrbotten. Under mix feelings of excitement and concerns about the snow conditions, the town of Jokkmokk is getting ready for the annual Winter Market. Here in Aja, part of the Sami museum, more than 100 participants of the Jokkmokk Winter Conference 2015 are filling up the room.