IARPC 2015 Biennial Report Released Today by the National Science and Technology Council

December 14, 2015
By Jessica Rohde

Today, the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) released the 2015 IARPC Biennial Report. The report describes key interagency activities and accomplishments carried out over a two-year period following the release of the IARPC 5-year research plan in 2013. These efforts focused on leveraging research funding and scientific talent to accelerate our understanding of, and ability to predict, environmental changes in the Arctic. The report details how IARPC enhanced cooperation among the agencies, and encouraged participation from other entities, including the State of Alaska, indigenous communities, universities, local organizations, and international research agencies.

To read a blog post by Tamara Dickinson (co-chair of the Committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Sustainability of the NSTC) and Mike Kuperberg (IARPC Interim Executive Director) click here. The report is available for download here.

Posted by Jessica Rohde on behalf of Sara Bowden, IARPC

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