Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH)
Organized by the Stefansson Arctic Institute, the University of Iceland, and the University of Bergen 11. September 2017
This panel will introduce and discuss the NordForsk-funded Nordic Centre of Excellence project Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH) - a direct continuation of the NordForsk project Impacts of Sea-Ice and Snow-Cover Changes on Climate, Green Growth, and Society (GREENICE).
Saturday, October 14, 08:00 - 09:00
The scope and aims of the session reflect those of the projects: to supply new knowledge on Arctic issues by combining improved regional climate predictions with
- Noel Keenlyside, Professor, Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen: Global and Arctic Climate Predictions
- Astrid Ogilvie, Senior Scientist, Stefansson Arctic Institute and INSTAAR and Leslie King, Professor and Director, Canadian Centre for Environmental Education, Royal Roads University: Syntheses of Arctic Climate and Environmental Change and Human Eco-Dynamics
- Níels Einarsson, Director, Stefansson Arctic Institute: Sea Change in North Atlantic Arctic Coastal Communities
- Marianne Rasmussen, Director, University of Iceland: Climate, Cetaceans and Tourism.
- Elizabeth Ogilvie, Environmental Artist: Out of Ice: Sea Ice and Northern Communities
Brynhildur Daviðsdóttir, Professor, University of Iceland