Arctic Consensus is participating in this year’s Arctic Circle in Reykjavik

Arctic stakeholders are gathering this weekend at the international conference Arctic Circle in Reykjavik, Iceland.

The programme already began Wednesday with pre-events, but the conference is now really beginning with the first plenary session today, Friday. Arctic Consensus is present at Arctic Circle with CEO Lise-Lotte Terp and Ph.D-student Verena Huppert participating.

The following days in Reykjavik will be filled with sessions, panel debates and plenary sessions, where policymakers, officials, entrepreneurs, activists and students will participate representing both Arctic and non-Arctic states. They have in common that they are all working with or interested in the future of the Arctic.

Over 2000 people from 60 countries are expected to partake in the conference in Reykjavik, which was established in 2013.

Arctic Consensus is co-organizing a business delegation trip from Aalborg, visiting Reykjavik in connection with Arctic Circle. The full program for the delegation trip is to be found here.

The full program for Arctic Circle 2018 is available on Arctic Circle’s website here.