Actionable Science: Arctic Research Addressing Stakeholder Needs // AGU Town Hall Hosted by IARPC and SEARCH

November 13, 2017
By Jessica Rohde

Please join us this year for a town hall in partnership with the Study of Environmental Arctic Change:

TH43A: Actionable Science: Arctic Research Addressing Stakeholder Needs

Presenters: 

  • Martin Jeffries, Office of Science and Technology Policy, IARPC
  • Brendan Kelly, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Study of Environmental Arctic Change

Thursday, 14 December 2015, 12:30 - 13:30
Location: New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center - 252-254

The Interagency Arctic Research Committee (IARPC) and the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH) recognize the importance of science that is actionable by stakeholders. This town hall will share their evolving approaches and engage the community in discussions of best practices and new approaches. Examples of Arctic research addressing stakeholder needs will serve as test cases to examine: how are needs identified; how are questions appropriately framed to meet stakeholder needs; and what promotes and constrains research addressing those needs? The executive directors of SEARCH and IARPC will moderate discussion among SEARCHand IARPC teams and the broader community

Refreshments will be provided!

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Join scientists from Federal, State, academic, NGO, and industry organizations working to accelerate the progress of Arctic research.

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

IARPC
Contact

Sara Bowden, IARPC Executive Secretary
bowden@arcus.org
(703) 447-7828

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