At Home in the Barents
The Barents Region is Europe's largest zone of cross-border cooperation. At Home in the Barents is a compact virtual exhibition that present five relatively remote and small places around this large area. It features some of the findings of the research project NEO-BEAR, Neoliberal Governance, Local Communities and Sustainable Development in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region.
Why is Kirkenes, Norway, the hometown of Barents cooperation? What is booming and busting in Pajala, Sweden? Is Inari, Finland, left to survive on its own? What keeps people in Teriberka, Russia? Why is Ust-Tsilma, Russia, a great example of modern branding?
Find the answers to these questions …
The interactive version of this virtual exhibition is on display at Arktikum Science Centre, Rovaniemi, Finland.
Exhibition is edited by Marjo Laukkanen who is working as a science communicator at the Arctic Centre.
Marjo Laukkanen, science communicator, Arctic Centre, marjo.laukkanen(at)ulapland.fi