Arctic Frontiers 2022 Postponed

Pathways postponed

Arctic Frontiers is an important national and international meeting point in the Arctic about the Arctic. Considering the current Covid-19 situation, it is not responsible to organize the conference as planned from 31 January to 3 February 2022.

Early in the new year, Arctic Frontiers will inform about new dates for the 2022 Pathways conference.

 

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Postponement background

Arctic Frontiers has been mapping alternative solutions for several weeks. The board of Arctic Frontiers has now made the hard decision that the best option is to postpone the 2022 conference until it is possible to meet our colleagues and friends across borders.

– We recognize the need to meet within the pan-Arctic community, and after two years of a pandemic we prefer to use our resources on organizing a physical meeting place, Executive Director Anu Fredrikson says.

Arctic Frontiers is the largest conference focusing on Arctic questions that is located in the Arctic, and is an important arena for scientists, politicians, businesses, indigenous and local populations, and other stakeholders interested in the north.

– On these grounds we have opted to postpone rather than cancel, Fredrikson says.

 

Please do not hesitate to reach out via arcticfrontiers@vican.no for questions about registration, or secretariat@arcticfrontiers.com for questions about the conference.

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