An Interdisciplinary Event
A joint project of the International Polar Foundation and the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco, the Brussels-based interdisciplinary event sees Arctic stakeholders, including prominent international policymakers, scientists, academics, Arctic indigenous peoples and industry representatives engage in open and frank discussions on the future of the Arctic.
Arctic Futures focuses on building cooperation and dialogue, and explores matters such as the development of shipping, search and rescue capabilities, indigenous affairs, transport and infrastructure, scientific research and monitoring, ecosystem stewardship and management of natural resource development.
“The success of Arctic Futures demonstrates how international cooperation and dialogue are key to achieving sustainable Arctic policies that benefit the people that live work there, to protect the region’s fragile ecosystem and to explore the way forward for scientific research and the development of natural resources.”- Nighat Amin, International Polar Foundation Vice-President.
We would like to thank the following partners for their support