Accelerating the pace of Arctic research

Collaboration fosters creativity. Through IARPC (Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee) Collaborations, scientists from Federal, State, academic, NGO, and industry organizations find talent, share their work, and team up to solve hard problems.

Photo by Karl Horeis (PolarTREC 2010), Courtesy of ARCUS

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Panel Discussion and Recap of the White House Arctic Science Ministerial
August 19, 2016

The public is invited for a recap and discussion of the first-ever White House Arctic Science Ministerial event taking place on September 28. Continue »

Final Week to Comment on IARPC's Draft Arctic Research Plan 2017-2021
August 16, 2016

The IARPC Arctic Research Plan 2017-2021 is in the last week of the Federal Register review process. Submit your comments now! Continue »

Video Now Available: IARPC's Draft Arctic Research Plan 2017-2021 Overview
August 11, 2016

On August 3, the drafting team for the IARPC Arcitc Research Plan 2017-2021 held an open webinar to explain the plan and to answer community questions. Continue »

Register Now for Arctic Change and Mid-latitude Linkages Workshop
August 9, 2016

As extreme heat, rainfall events, and severe winters become more common, scientists investigate the possible link between Arctic change and extreme weather across the mid-latitudes. Continue »

Government agencies working together

IARPC comprises agencies, departments, and offices across the Federal Government and is chaired by the National Science Foundation. More about who's involved »

IARPC also cooperates with the State of Alaska, indigenous organizations, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, the Arctic Council, and international partners.

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Membership in IARPC Collaborations is subject to approval and adherence to the codes of conduct.

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