The January 17-18, 2012 Conference will be a major event to discuss the way the Arctic Council should be developed. This is important in light of the fact that the Arctic Council has gone through a full rotation of chairs and because of the new challenges facing the region as climate change focuses the world’s attention on the Arctic now more than ever. The Conference will be followed by an online publication.
The Conference will feature original research contributions, but will
also seek to engage decision-makers to debate these new ideas proposed
by the researchers. The Members of the Arctic Council have expressed an
interest in discussing new initiatives for the way forward and this
project will help to inform that debate.
Please click here to register or view the conference brochure.
To access the contributors' biographies, please follow this link.
Also visit the conference webpage for further updates.
Early Bird Registration now open - "The Arctic Council: Its Place in the Future of Arctic Governance" Conference
Fri, May 13, 2011
The next major project for the Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program is a joint project with the University of Lapland entitled, "The Arctic Council: Its Place in the future of Arctic Governance."The final conferene of the project will be held on January 17-18, 2012, Vivian & David Campbell Conference Facility of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.