EU-PolarNet – the world’s largest consortium of expertise and infrastructure for polar research – and the European Polar Board (EPB) – an independent organisation focused on major strategic priorities in the Arctic and Antarctic – will host a webinar called “Stronger together: European cooperation for Polar science and society – The Integrated European Polar Research Programme” on 11th June 2020, 10:00 – 13:00 CEST.
In the webinar, participants will be given an introduction to the Europea Polar Research Programme.
The EU-PolarNet project, within which the European Polar Research Programme was developed, describe it as “the outcome of a five-year process of co-designing and developing a future research agenda for Europe. It represents a bottom-up community effort, building on the challenges and needs raised by all who are affected by the ongoing changes in the Polar Regions. It has been designed using a truly transdisciplinary approach and aims to bridge the knowledge gaps in and between natural and social sciences, the economy and society in the Polar Regions”.
Registrations are open at this page.
The agenda of he webinar can be found here.