Events

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • December 2: Financing Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • November 18: Gender
  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • November 11: Broadband Connectivity
  • November 18: Gender
  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • October 28: Human Health and Pandemics
  • November 11: Broadband Connectivity
  • November 18: Gender
  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • October 21: Renewable Energy
  • October 28: Human Health and Pandemics
  • November 11: Broadband Connectivity
  • November 18: Gender
  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • October 14: Food Security
  • October 21: Renewable Energy
  • October 28: Human Health and Pandemics
  • November 11: Broadband Connectivity
  • November 18: Gender
  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

NOTE: Individual session pages will open up with registration for specific events approximately one-week in advance.

Click here to register for individual sessions.

Click here to register for multiple sessions.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)

Description: The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including:

  • October 7: Indigenous Youth Leadership
  • October 14: Food Security
  • October 21: Renewable Energy
  • October 28: Human Health and Pandemics
  • November 11: Broadband Connectivity
  • November 18: Gender
  • November 25: Socio-Ecological Resilience
  • December 9: Infrastructure
  • December 16: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

About the October 7th session (Indigenous Youth Leadership)

This October 7th Session, the first in the series, will focus on Indigenous Youth Leadership. Engaging young people in a dialogue about their aspirations and needs for taking charge for resilience leadership.

To register for the Arctic Resilience Forum – Indigenous Youth Leadership, click here.

 

(Image Source: Arctic Council, https://arctic-council.org)