The Final Conference Statement of the 3rd Biennial Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) has now been released.
The statement follows four days of meetings at the University of Alaska Fairbanks last week. More than 450 delegates from 30 countries met to identify a way to create an internationally supported Arctic observing system that meets the urgent information needs of those who are affected by and responding to rapid Arctic change from the local to the global level. The delegates included scientists, representatives from government, business and nonprofit organizations and indigenous leaders from throughout the Arctic.
Find the full conference statement at http://www.arcticobservingsummit.org/aos-2016-conference-statement-0