Live Webcast of the Arctic Science Forum of the 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial TOMORROW

October 24, 2018
By Jessica Rohde

The Arctic Science Forum will be available via live Webcast on Thursday, 25 October. Information on how to join the Webcast is available at the end of this post.  

The Arctic Science Forum will bring together over 300 representatives of 30 nations, the European Commission, the Permanent Participants of the Arctic Council, and ten international science organizations on 25 October in Berlin, Germany. The Arctic Science Forum precedes the 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial, which is co-organized by the European Commission, Finland and Germany. 

The Arctic Science Forum will be organized according to the three themes of the Arctic Science Ministerial:

  1. Strengthening, integrating and sustaining Arctic observations, facilitating access to Arctic data, and sharing Arctic research infrastructure;
  2. Understanding the regional and global dynamics of Arctic change;
  3. Assessing the vulnerability and building resilience of Arctic environments and societies.

Participants in the Arctic Science Forum will hear from keynote speakers and panels who will address each of the themes, and engage in discussions that will be reported the following day to the participants in the 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial.

The Arctic Science Forum will be available via live Webcast from 10 am to 6:30 pm Central European Time (4 am to 12:30 pm Eastern Time). The Webcast can be accessed at  

Posted by Jessica Rohde on behalf of Martin Jeffries, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

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