Last Call for or Arctic Futures 2050 Early-Bird Registration Rates!

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Last Call for or Arctic Futures 2050 Early-Bird Registration Rates!

Brit Myers-2

Arctic Futures 2050 conference registration is now open, and early-bird registration rates are available through 9 July 2019.
Register online here:

Arctic Futures 2050 is an international conference taking place 4-6 September in Washington, D.C. designed to facilitate dialogue and enhance collaboration between Arctic scientists from many disciplines, diverse Indigenous knowledge holders, and policy makers from all levels of government.

Conference Program:
Please visit the conference program webpage to review the latest updates to the conference program and participating speakers:

Conference Hotel:
A group hotel rate is also available on a first come, first served basis through 2 August 2019.  Information on making hotel reservations with a special Arctic Futures 2050 Conference rate can be found here:

Background Materials & Participant Survey:
Scenarios - A SEARCH-led scenarios workshop helps frame the Arctic Futures 2050 conference. Prepare to participate in the conference by reviewing and considering the scenarios here:

Knowledge and Policy Interplay Diagrams - Arctic Futures 2050 participants are invited to complete an optional four-question Knowledge-Policy-Interface survey to inform conference planning and post-conference products. Learn more and complete the survey here:

Intersection of Arctic Science and Policy Resources: Learn more about the intersection of Arctic Science and Policy by reviewing the background documents outlined in this reading list:

Conference Sponsors:
Current sponsors of the Arctic Futures 2050 Conference include the National Science Foundation's Arctic Sciences Section, NASA's Terrestrial Ecology and Cryospheric Science Programs, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the U.S. National Park Service, the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), and the American Geophysical Union. Conference partners currently include ArcticNet and the Wilson Center's Polar Initiative.

For more information about the conference, please visit the conference homepage:

For questions, contact:
Brendan Kelly
Email: [hidden email]
Phone: 907-209-6531

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