Hoppa yfir valmynd

Conference

Mynd - The Third Arctic Science Ministerial

Key Dates

  • 10-13 October 2019: Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík, Iceland
  • 2-6 March 2020: 6th International Symposium on Arctic Research (ISAR-6) in Tokyo, Japan
  • 27 March – 02 April 2020: Arctic Observing Summit 2020 (AOS2020), and the Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW2020) in Akureyri, Iceland
  • 15-20 June 2020: 10th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS X) in Arkhangelsk, Russia.
  • 8-11 October 2020: Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík Iceland
  • 21-22 November 2020: Third Arctic Science Ministerial in Tokyo Japan

Conference Background

Washington, D.C. First Joint Statement of the Ministers

In order to increase cooperation in Arctic science the United States organized the first meeting of Arctic Science Ministers (ASM1) in Washington in September 2016. Science Ministers from 25 governments, the European Union and representatives from Arctic indigenous peoples’ organizations gathered to discuss increased international collaboration on Arctic science. The outcome of the meeting, including the release of a Joint Statement of Ministers, was published in the “Supporting Arctic Science” document.

 

Berlin – Strengthening cooperation in Arctic research

In follow-up to the first Arctic Science Ministerial (ASM1), the European Commission, the Republic of Finland and the Federal Republic of Germany co-hosted the Second Arctic Science Ministerial (ASM2) in Berlin on 25 and 26 October 2018. Under the patronage of Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel, the international community agreed to strengthen collaboration in Arctic research. The participation of indigenous peoples – for whom the Arctic is home, living environment and source of livelihood – was a vital concern of all the conference partners. Their collective efforts concluded with the signing of a Joint Statement

This website uses cookies Read More