Dinner Reception: Living in the Arctic

The smart city concept is relevant also in the Arctic. Northern communities are diverse societies, with modern urban and remote and sparsely populated areas, and thus face an array of possibilities and challenges. As with other parts of the world, there is great interest in planning for greater sustainability, accessibility, affordability and healthier cities, towns and villages. How may technology and connectivity enhance resilience in arctic communities and promote a green economy?

Program

Opening remark by Minsiter of Foreign Affairs of Norway Ine Eriksen Søreide and Senator Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) 

Riddu Riđđu og Arctic Frontiers presents: Circumpolar Hip Hop Collab!

Indigenous musicians in rap, electronic music, yoik and throat singing from the circumpolar area were one of the highligts of Riddu Riđđu festival in July. You will get a taste of it here.

Networking at Arctic Frontiers:

Arctic Frontiers gathers political leaders, business executives and other key policymakers from all over the world and across many industries to discuss the future of the Arctic. Following the Plenary, Science programs and the side events, the delegates are offered to attend our networking receptions. The receptions keep the interaction going and continue the day's conversations in a relaxed environment. Attendees, speakers, journalists and side event organizers enjoy the opportunity to network with colleagues, and new professional connections. The Arctic Frontiers receptions provide the opportunity to share ideas, solutions and create lasting connections with our partners, speakers and conference delegates.

Arena Arena

Monday 21st January 2019

19:00 - 22:30

Clarion Hotel The Edge - Margarinfabrikken

Add to Calendar 2019-01-21 19:00 2019-01-21 22:30 Europe/Oslo Dinner Reception: Living in the Arctic The smart city concept is relevant also in the Arctic. Northern communities are diverse societies, with modern urban and remote and sparsely populated areas, and thus face an array of possibilities and challenges. As with other parts of the world, there is great interest in planning for greater sustainability, accessibility, affordability and healthier cities, towns and villages. How may technology and connectivity enhance resilience in arctic communities and promote a green economy? Program Opening remark by Minsiter of Foreign Affairs of Norway Ine Eriksen Søreide and Senator Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)  Riddu Riđđu og Arctic Frontiers presents: Circumpolar Hip Hop Collab! Indigenous musicians in rap, electronic music, yoik and throat singing from the circumpolar area were one of the highligts of Riddu Riđđu festival in July. You will get a taste of it here. �Networking at Arctic Frontiers: Arctic Frontiers gathers political leaders, business executives and other key policymakers from all over the world and across many industries to discuss the future of the Arctic. Following the Plenary, Science programs and the side events, the delegates are offered to attend our networking receptions. The receptions keep the interaction going and continue the day's conversations in a relaxed environment. Attendees, speakers, journalists and side event organizers enjoy the opportunity to network with colleagues, and new professional connections. The Arctic Frontiers receptions provide the opportunity to share ideas, solutions and create lasting connections with our partners, speakers and conference delegates. Clarion Hotel The Edge - Margarinfabrikken

This page uses cookies, read more about it here »

Gnist