The purpose of the conference is to form an international interdisciplinary platform for discussing topical issues of climate change and assessing their impact on further socio-economic development and international cooperation in the Arctic. Special attention will be paying to find the ways to implement an environmentally sustainable model of development of the region.
The conference will be attended by leading scientists from Russia, France, Norway, Finland and other countries, leaders of organizations of indigenous small peoples of the North, representatives of the diplomatic corps and relevant state authorities, as well as professional associations that are engaged in research in the Arctic region and are focused on the development of economic and scientific cooperation in the Arctic.
- September 7, 2021 – First information letter
- September 7, 2021 – start of applications and theses registration by the official conference e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- October 6, 2021– Second information letter
- November 1, 2021 – End of registration and reception of abstracts of reports
- November, 2021 – establishment of the Conference Program
- November 25-26, 2021 – Conference holding
- Russian National Library (Russia, St. Petersburg, Moscow ave., 165, k.2); November 25, 2021 - 9:00-13:30 (Moscow time).
- Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU), (Russia, St. Petersburg, Rizhsky ave., 11); November 26, 2021 - 10:00-15:50 (Moscow time).
THEMATIC SECTIONS AND THEIR MAIN AREAS OF WORK
During the conference, it is planning to highlight a wide range of issues affecting the development of the Arctic region:
1. Plenary session (hearing of reports on the main topics of the conference)
2. Round table number 1. Climate change and sustainable development in the Arctic region
3. Round table number 2. Changing the gas and aerosol composition of the Arctic atmosphere in a changing climate
4. Round table number 3. Ecosystems of the Arctic region in the face of global change
5. Round table number 4. Socio-economic aspects of Arctic development
RULES OF THE CONFERENCE
Following the conference, the organizing committee plans to publish an electronic collection of articles made on the material of the reports, which will be included in the RSCI database. Certificates of participants will be issued and represented to the conference participants.
The working language of the conference is ENGLISH, RUSSIAN.
Participation is FREE.
Applications for participation with a report will be accepted ONLY via the official conference mail email@example.com in accordance with the conference rules (example you can find on «Information letter»).
More detailed information can be found in the Information Letter.
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