New Report Summarizing the White House Arctic Science Ministerial Now Available

November 21, 2016
By Jessica Rohde

Supporting Arctic Science summarizes the first-ever Arctic Science Ministerial that was held in Washington, DC, at the White House, on September 28, 2016, to advance international research efforts. It includes the meeting agenda, a list of participants, a White House “fact sheet” that describes the outcomes from the meeting, a Joint Statement of Ministers, and a list of media reports on the event. The document also includes a compilation of two-page descriptions of Arctic science support provided by the ministerial delegations (representing 24 nations and the European Union). These self-reported snapshots follow a standardized format that includes (1) points of contact, (2) Arctic research goals, (3) Arctic research policy, (4) major Arctic research initiatives, and (5) Arctic research infrastructure.

See more at: https://www.arctic.gov/publications/other/supporting_arctic_science.html

Published by Jessica Rohde on behalf of Meredith LaValley, USARC

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