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7th May 2024

From ICARP IV to IPY 5: IASC at the Arctic Circle Berlin Forum 2024

The International Arctic Science Committee will participate today in the Arctic Circle Berlin Forum (7-8 May, Berlin, Germany) with the session Defining Priorities for Arctic Research and International Cooperation for the Next Decade: From ICARP IV to IPY 5. The Arctic Circle Berlin Forum, hosted by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and co-organized with the German Arctic Office at the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, will explore the roles of Science, Climate, Policies, and Europe in the future of the Arctic. 

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ASSW 2025 – First Circular : Invitation to Boulder, Colorado (USA) for ASSW 2025

2nd May 2024

ASSW 2025 – First Circular : Invitation to Boulder, Colorado (USA) for ASSW 2025

On behalf of the U.S. National Academies’ Polar Research Board and the Local Organising Committee, we invite you to Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) 2025 in beautiful Boulder, Colorado (USA) from 20–28 March 2025. The theme of ASSW 2025 is “Arctic Research Planning for the Next Decade” as it will include the Fourth International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP IV) Summit, providing a unique opportunity for participants to contribute toward planning the next decade of Arctic research. 

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27th April 2024

IASC Activities and Cross-Cutting Activities Allocation 2024/2025

IASC aims to facilitate international and interdisciplinary Arctic science. To meet this aim, it allocates funds each year for Cross-Cutting Activities – activities that are supported by at least two of the five IASC Working Groups (WGs). The objective of this WG-spanning program is to promote system-scale activities within IASC and to encourage the WGs to explore interdisciplinary activities, in particular across the natural and social sciences. In addition, IASC allocates funds to Working-Group-specific projects. 

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