Arctic Consensus is co-organizing a seminar during the European Week of Regions and Cities on October 8 – 11 in Brussels. The theme is sustainable development of the Arctic
The title of the seminar is “Sustainable development of the Arctic region for the benefit of Europe”, and is being organized in collaboration with a number of other Nordic regions such as Scotland, Finland, Sweden and Norway.
Lise-Lotte Terp, director of Arctic Consensus is one of the speakers in the session “Reflections on European Arctic as a sustainable smart region”, and participates in the following panel debate and states in this regard:
“I really look forward to discussing sustainable development in the Arctic. We have a sold out session, which means there will be plenty of interested parties to discuss the joint transformation towards an even more sustainable earth. EU has shaped the framework for this week’s many workshops and debates. It is possible for ones influence to have an impact, and we are very much looking forward to that”.
You can read more about the session here: https://europa.eu/regions-and-cities/programme/sessions/45_en.
Arctic Consensus is representing the Region of North Denmark during the seminar. Besides, Lise-Lotte Terp – director, also PhD.-student Verena Huppert and intern Marianne Roed Abrahamsen will be representing Arctic Consensus during EWRC.
European Week of Regions and Cities is an annual four-day event where cities and regions showcase their capacity to generate growth and employment, implement European Union cohesion policy and prove the importance of the local and regional level for good European governance.
During the four-day event – from October 8 – 11 over 6000 local, regional, national stakeholders including European decision makers will participate in more than 100 workshops, debates and networking opportunities.
Read more about EWRC here: https://europa.eu/regions-and-cities/_en