Conférence - Thursday, January 30, 1:30 - 4:00

A melting Arctic – Implications of sea-ice loss on governing the Arctic

The Arctic region is melting at an alarming rate. Global warming has already created political, economic and social changes for Northerners and governments in charge of administrating their Arctic territories. The loss of ice sea has profound consequences on public policies. At the same time, this dynamic generates uncertainty, bringing organizations and individuals alike to make predictions about the future. This conference wants to convene experts and practitioners to hear different perspectives on the challenges that rise in a changing Arctic region.

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13:30 – 14:30: Military operations and Arctic sea-ice loss

Moderator: Mark Salter (University of Ottawa)

Lieutenant Commander Sylvain Bernier (Royal Canadian Navy)

Major Conrad Schubert (Joint Task Force North, Vice Commander – Joint Task Force North)

14:45 – 16:00: Arctic reporting, shipping and governance

Moderator: Nadine Fabbi (University of Washington)

Eilis Quinn (Reporter, Eyes on the Arctic)

Alison Cook (Post-doctoral researcher, University of Ottawa)

Mathieu Landriault (Research associate, CIPS and research fellow, Centre for the Study of Canada, Trent University)

Mathieu Landriault

Mathieu Landriault

Directeur, Observatoire de la politique et la sécurité de l'Arctique
A melting Arctic – Implications of sea-ice loss on governing the Arctic
Quand ?Thursday, January 30, 1:30 - 4:00
Où ?

University of Ottawa – Tabaret building room 112

550 Cumberland street

Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

 

Université d’Ottawa – Tabaret pièce 112

550 rue Cumberland

Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

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