The event is part of the ACCC Impact Week on Co-designing Science-based Solutions for Safe Climate and Clean Air (which runs from December 7-10, 2021).
About the AASCO: "The sustainable development of the Arctic regions under fast changing climate is built on science based knowledge. However, we currently lack a holistic process understanding of the Arctic and cold regions atmosphere – ocean – terrestrial ecosystems. The “Arena for the gap analysis of the existing Arctic Science Co-Operations (AASCO)” aims to bridge that gap."
The ACCC Impact Week will promote dialogue between Earth System scientists and society stakeholders interested in co-creation of science-based solutions for climate change and air quality.
Also taking part in the event on December 9 is UArctic's President Lars Kullerud, UArctic Chair Jeff Welker and this years winner of The Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award, Trevor Bell.
Read more on AASCO here. See the updated agenda of the program here.
You can participate in the event online through the AASCO web-stream.