Organized by the International Arctic Science Committee, the 2023 Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) in Vienna focused on the Arctic in the Anthropocene. Issues related to climate change, education, indigenous governance and knowledge, community-based monitoring, and much more, were approached from multidisciplinary perspectives with input from both natural and social scientists. Dr. Jessica Aquino presented the overall methodology of our project. Dr. Sandra Granquist explained the importance of citizen science to collect valuable data and increase public awareness of environmental issues through her work on the Great Seal Count in Northwestern Iceland. Deisi Maricato introduced her new Handbook of Nature Activities, engaging discovery, inclusion, play, and learning in connection with Arctic nature. Finally, Cécile Chauvat presented her work on the Youth for Arctic Nature app, and how it is used in the YAN project to connect youth to local nature.