The integrative science and society project “SmartICE” is the first winner of the Frederik-Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award at the 2021 Arctic Circle Assembly.
The Arctic Circle Assembly shows that protecting the Arctic while promoting the development of its inhabitants is at the top of the agenda for many countries just before the climate summit.
The Arctic Circle Assembly, the largest meeting of Arctic stakeholders, will be held again this year as a direct meeting and PolarJournal will be there.
Today’s Arctic Council ministerial meeting discussed some important issues on security, climate, development and the new chairmanship of Russia.
This year’s Arctic Council meeting could also be a simultaneous US-Russian summit, as both foreign ministers will be attending.
The Clean Arctic Alliance called on the ‘International Maritime Organization’ to take the step of immediately banning ships from using heavy fuel oil in the Arctic.