Over three days, invited experts in northern development, economics, politics, environmental change, technology and innovation, and northern culture will lead panels in a series of discussions based on five sessions.
Session One - Political Evolution in the Arctic
Session Two - Economic Development: Opportunity, Responsibility, and Regulation
Session Three - Climate Change and the Environment
Session Four - Northern Communities and Residents
Session Five - Cold Climate Technology and Innovation
In each session, three panelists have been invited to make a presentation, followed by an open discussion. Participants of the conference will include academics, government officials, industry
representatives, and NGO's, with Northern Arctic issues as the common thread amongst all. Participants, and especially students, are invited to submit posters for display during the meetings.
For further information and to register, please go here.
Conference Announcement - Canadian Arctic Summit
Wed, Apr 23, 2008
As part of a year long celebration of the University of Alberta's Centenary, the School of Energy and the Environment is hosting its signature event - the Canadian Arctic Summit - to be held Wednesday through Friday, 28-30 May 2008, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada at the University of Alberta.