Webinar: “Permafrost Research: current activity and future needs” We are now inviting you to submit session proposals to the 2nd edition of the European Polar Science Week (EPSW) in September 3-6, 2024, in Copenhagen (Submission deadline: 15 March 2024). These sessions will be used to shape the oral programme of the EPSW. A call for […]
School and Workshop on Polar Climates: Theoretical, Observational and Modelling Advances Description: Polar climates are key components of the global climate and have been undergoing rapid and dramatic changes over the past decades. This activity will emphasize the interactions between the cryosphere, ocean and atmosphere within the polar regions and the impacts of the ongoing changes in the
New research from the European Parliament “Antarctica: What role for the European Union?” “The European Union has yet to communicate its strategic ideas for Antarctica. Unlike the EU’s engagement with the Arctic region, which is acknowledged to be both coherent and substantive, the southern polar region is best described as an emerging area of interest.
Webinar: INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON RESEARCH ON HUMAN HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN THE ARCTIC People living in the Arctic, especially Indigenous people, are experiencing increasing challenges to their health and well-being owing to the impacts of climate change on their environment, affecting the species they hunt, fish or harvest and thus their food security, among others.
Webinar: “Permafrost Research: current activity and future needs” The permafrost webinar will provide an overview of EU Arctic permafrost research activities, current fields of study and future research needs in a policy relevant context. Our three presenters will include perspectives from multiple disciplines. Paul Overduin (Alfred Wegener Institute) will focus on the physical research activities
EU-PolarNet 2 session at ASSW2023: advancing European Polar research strategies EU-PolarNet 2 is an EU project funded in Horizon 2020. It is composed of 25 partners representing all European Member States and Associated Countries with well-established Polar Programmes. The objective of EU PolarNet 2 is to provide a platform to co-develop strategies to advance the
EU Polar Cluster Community Meeting at ASSW2023: European Coordination of Polar Research. OPEN & HYBRID!
EU Polar Cluster Community Meeting: European Coordination of Polar Research. OPEN & HYBRID! The EU Polar Cluster invites all Cluster members and anyone interested in learning more about the EU Polar Cluster to this community meeting at ASSW2023. We will introduce the EU Polar Cluster and several Cluster members and talk about the future and
Call for PhD fellowships topics on Preservation and Restoration of Polar Marine and Coastal Ecosystems and Biodiversity.
CALL FOR PHD FELLOWSHIPS TOPICS ON “PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION OF POLAR MARINE AND COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS AND BIODIVERSITY” The Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), the Portuguese Polar Program (PROPOLAR), the European Polar Board (EPB) and the Atlantic International Research Centre (AIR Centre) opened a call for PhD fellowships topics on “Preservation and Restoration of Polar Marine and Coastal Ecosystems and
Webinar: Governing and protecting the Antarctic and Southern Ocean This EU-PolarNet 2 webinar, hosted by the European Polar Board, gives an overview of Antarctic Governance and various actors involved – the Antarctic Treaty and its related agreements including the Madrid Protocol; other international agencies and organisations that provide advice and support the work of the
The new EU Polar Cluster video is now available! The EU Polar Cluster is a network of collaborative polar projects funded by the European Commission, and two permanent members, the EPB and SIOS. We have a range of Arctic, Antarctic and Polar projects. Projects that have ended still provide input to the Cluster, and we include them here to support the legacy