Sustainable development for the next generation: Call 88 – 18 – 48!

Arctic Frontiers 2018: Sustainable development for the next generation. Can business learn anything at all from the scientist? Call 88 –  18 – 48!

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In this Side Event, we assemble scientist/researchers and business for a talk about how we can work for a sustainable future in the Arctic.

 

 

• The Arctic is changing- to what?

• Climate changes affect our lives today – what are the prospects for the future?

• Business sees new opportunities

• Is the research aligned with the potential development in the Arctic?

• Is there a mismatch between research and societal needs?

• What can we learn from earlier experience?

These are some of the issues we wish to discuss in this session.

Moderator: Nils Arne Johnsen from Haleyg AS

 

Panel/speakers:

Nicole Biebow, Project Manager EU-Polarnet, Alfred-Wegener- Institute

Erling Kvadsheim, director international affairs, Norwegian Oil and Gas Association

Per Fauchald, Senior Researcher at Norwegian Institute for Nature Research in Tromsø. Leader of the MIKON flagship at the Fram Centre

Rolf Ims- Professor at UIT- the Arctic University of Norway, Leader of the Terrestrial Flagship at the Fram Centre and COAT,

Organised by Norwegian Institute for Nature Research and the FRAM – High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment in collaboration with Haleyg AS, Ramboll, COAT/UiT and the Fram Centre research program "Environmental impacts of industrial activity in the north (MIKON).

Arctic Frontiers – Tromsø

Wednesday 24th January 2018 12:15 – 14:15

Venue:  Aurora Nord

We serve light lunch. Welcome!

 

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