The symposium will bring together a wide variety of stakeholders from local, national, and EU policymakers, Arctic indigenous peoples, entrepreneurs and representatives form the business sector, natural and social scientists, and other academics with interests in the Arctic.
Due to Covid-19, this year's symposium will be held as a series of webinars over three successive days starting at 2 pm Central European Time (GMT+1) or 8:00 am Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5) during week 49 (Monday 30 November - Wednesday 2 December).
The symposium will feature panel discussions that cover a number of key topics chosen by Arctic stakeholder partners including:
- Arctic Challenges
- Arctic Policies of the EU, Arctic states, and Arctic Stakeholders
- Arctic Community Needs and Preparedness
- Pollution, Climate Change and Biodiversity: Challenges and Solutions
- Community Resilience through Empowerment
- A Unique Arctic Entrepreneurship and Investment Culture
- The EU's Engagement in the Arctic and Implementing the EU Green Deal
All are welcome
All those who are interested in what is happening in the Arctic region - be they politicians, diplomats, civil servants, academics, indigenous peoples, representatives from industries operating in the Arctic, representatives of civil society, teachers, students, or members of the general public, - are welcome to register to the event.
If you have any additional questions about the symposium, you are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +32 (0)2 520 34 40, and we will be happy to get back to you as soon as possible.
We look forward to seeing many of you online at the end of November!