2019 Arctic Circle Assembly
The 2019 Arctic Circle Assembly was the largest ever. The Assembly Participants were joined by speakers such as H.R.H. Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, H.E. Rick Perry, U.S. Secretary of Energy, H.E. Antti Rinne, Prime Minister of Finland and many more. Former U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry was awarded the Arctic Circle Prize and Indigenous Peoples were at front and center with the Inuit Circumpolar Council hosting the INUIT NIGHT and with Sermersooq Municipality in Greenland hosting it’s second Greenland Cultural Heritage Party.
Coming generations may not have a voice or a vote but we owe them to make the right decisions and base those decisions on solid knowledge, and above all to act accordingly.H.R.H. Victoria Crown Princess of Sweden at the 2019 Assembly
Celebrating the heritage of the Inuit Peoples, Inuit Circumpolar Council brought unique Inuit artists, culture, food and traditions to the Assembly.
An Arctic Without End: Visions for our Planet in an Age of Anthropocene
Dr. Michael Bravo from the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University delivered the 2019 Stefansson Memorial Lecture organized by the Stefansson Arctic Institute and the Dickey Center for International Understanding’s Institute of Arctic Studies, Dartmouth College.
Turning CO2 into Stone with Carbfix
Greenland on the World Stage
Rick Perry, US Secretary of Energy at the 2019 Assembly
Leslie Field on Restoring Arctic Sea Ice
John Kerry on Climate Change at the 2019 Assembly
H.R.H. Victoria Crown Princess of Sweden
Stefan Rahmstorf on Arctic Tipping Points
Dalee Sambo Dorough, Inuit Circumpolar Council
France A. Cordova on U.S. Arctic Science Leadership
Henry Tillman on Paving the Polar Silk Road
Nikita Zimov on Bringing Animals Back to the Arctic
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In the context of climate change, Indigenous Peoples have the most to lose. But they also have the most to offer.Dalee Sambo DoroughChair of the Inuit Circumpolar Council