A report entitled "Scientific Cooperation within the Arctic: Understanding the Bottlenecks in Cross-Border Research" based on the UArctic Survey "Potentials and expectations of the Agreement on Enhancing Arctic Scientific Cooperation" is now available.
The Agreement on Enhancing Arctic Scientific Cooperation was signed in May 2017 after which it has been ratified by all Arctic eight countries (USA, Canada, Kingdom of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia).
The purpose of the Agreement is to enhance cooperation in Scientific Activities in order to increase effectiveness and efficiency in the development of scientific knowledge about the Arctic. The key element of enhanced cooperation are better access to research areas, infrastructures, facilities and data including education, training and entries and exits of the persons. More information on this "Arctic Science Agreement" will be available from IASC on this page soon.
The report is available here.
This article is lightly edited from text provided by UArctic. The contact person for the report is Kirsi Latola.