Participants at Arctic Frontiers 2021 can continue to use the platform for networking and connect directly with other participants. We will continue to use this platform for future events throughout the year.
Anu Fredrikson, Arctic Frontiers Executive Director, will join the panel discussion “The role of Arctic Cooperation – Icelandic, Russian and Norwegian Perspectives” at the High North Dialogue 2021.
We are excited to be a part of the newly established Norway-EU Science Diplomacy Network led by the UiT The Arctic University of Norway and funded by the Research Council of Norway. Stay tuned for updates!
Arctic Frontiers plenary program will have five main sessions with the following working titles: Building Bridges, Ocean meets Coast, Wellbeing and Societal Health, Business Solutions and Building the Future.
An arena for latest findings in environmental, technological and social research in the region. Arctic Frontiers Science program have six main sessions.
Arctic Frontiers Young brings together an international community of young scientists, students and young professionals to share knowledge and new perspectives on development in the High North.
An open, free and inclusive arena for discussion on topics of local, regional and national interest and importance.