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The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for policy-makers and academics to deliberate on how the security, resilience and sustainability of the globalized Arctic region and its peoples may be enhanced, and what instruments of governance may most suitably contribute.
In the context of its 25th anniversary in 2015, IASC presents a comprehensive publication on its history from the planning process in the late 1980s until today. Printed as a special issue of the IASC yearbook, the publication compiles and analyzes the history and development of IASC and its initiatives and achievements. A short film, a collection of historical documents and a brochure presenting a timeline of the most important events in the development of IASC in the last quarter of a century complement the publication.
The House of Lords Select Committee on the Arctic has published its report 'Responding to a changing Arctic'. Momentous and unprecedented change is underway in the Arctic, with temperatures there rising twice as fast as the world average. This will have a massive impact on the region’s environment, ecosystems and people and presents both huge challenges and opportunities.
Two Canadian and two US partners in INTERACT are opening transnational access to European-based research groups for conducting studies at their field sites in 2015.
The 2015 IASC Medal, which is awarded in recognition of exceptional and sustained contributions to the understanding of the Arctic, goes to Jacqueline Grebmeier.
The ASSW 2015 will be held in Toyama, Japan, 23-30 April 2015 and include the Fourth International Symposium on the Arctic Research (ISAR-4) and the…
Arctic Science Summit Week 2016 will take place in Fairbanks, Alaska, USA 12–18 March 2016. For more information see www.assw2016.org
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