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Responding to change - ISAC workshop

The first ISAC Responding to Change workshop, entitled "Responding to Arctic Environmental Change: Translating a Growing Understanding of Change into a Research Agenda for Action" is planned in collaboration with the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada and is scheduled for 30 January - 1 February 2012, at Queen's.

We expect participation from a diverse group including representatives of the research community, local northern and indigenous people, industry, fisheries, policy and decision-making groups, NGOs, and others.

This workshop was planned during a series of open meetings over the course of the past year and half. It is designed to feed into the IPY 2012 Conference "From Knowledge to Action".  Through the active engagement of both the arctic research and the arctic stakeholder communities the major objective is the development of a plan to shape and coordinate initiatives for research that directly addresses the needs of the needs of stakeholders who are affected by change or who are addressing arctic environmental change. The long-term objective is to enable local people, the arctic nations and the wider global community, including the scientific community, to better respond to a changing Arctic.

You will find the workshop prospectus Nouvelle fenêtreand some background information on the International Study of Arctic Change by clicking on the appropriate link. If you are interested in participating, the website for workshop registration is located at: http://www.queensu.ca/qieepNouvelle fenêtre.

Registration will begin on Tuesday 15 November 2012. There may be some financial support for participants.


If you have any questions about the ISAC Responding to Change workshop or ISAC in general, please contact:
Maribeth Murray, the Executive Director, International Study of Arctic Change

msmurray@alaska.edu; murray0arcticchange.org


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