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Arctic Science Diplomacy: The Next Generation

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | October 31, 2023

The Arctic Science Diplomacy: The Next Generation session at the Arctic Circle Assembly 2023 in Reykjavik, Iceland, was co-convened on 20 October 2023 by the Science Diplomacy Center™ and the Alfred Wegener Institute.  This session involved a panel-audience dialogue with next-generation science diplomats (please see attachment). The goal of this session is to inspire next-generation…

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2023 Distinguished Speaker Series

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | September 12, 2023

The University of Arizona is hosting the Science Policy and Diplomacy Initiative (SPDI) Distinguished Speakers Series with nine Distinguished Speakers from 31 August 2023 to 16 November 2023 (please see attached flyer with registration details).Prof. Paul Arthur Berkman will share perspectives about Science Diplomacy and Informed Decisionmaking for Sustainable Development on 9 November 2023.

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Science Diplomacy Center™ Joins the University of the Arctic (UArctic)

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | July 13, 2023

The Science Diplomacy Center™ (SDC) applied for membership to the University of the Arctic (UArctic) because of diverse synergies and long-standing UArctic connections. The SDC was approved as a new UArctic member at the 2023 UArctic Assembly meeting in Québec City in May 2023. The focus of the collaboration involves the triangulation of education, research…

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Science Diplomacy Center™ partners with United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | July 13, 2023

UNITAR and the Science Diplomacy Center™ (SDC) share common goals and objectives with regard to training and research that involves science diplomacy and informed decisionmaking for sustainable development at local-to-global levels. UNITAR provides innovative learning solutions to individuals, organizations and institutions to enhance global decisionmaking and support country-level as well as diplomat-level actions for shaping…

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Statement From The Chair to Preserve The Arctic Council

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | May 22, 2023

The opinions expressed here belongs to the author and do not represent the views of High North News or the Science Diplomacy Center.  An “orderly handover” of the Arctic Council on 11 May 2023 is uncertain. I am writing this piece as an observer and participant, contributing as a science diplomat. Click Here to Continue…

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Global Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Change (GIYSCC) – 9 August 2023 as a virtual event circling the Earth across three 8-hour time zones in 24 hours

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | February 8, 2023
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Arctic Science and Technology Advice with Ministries

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | February 8, 2023
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2022 Webinar Series – Enhancing International Scientific Cooperation: Arctic Science and Technology Advice with Ministries

By Science Diplomacy Center™ | December 13, 2022

United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) Webinar 1: What is Arctic Science? (February 21, 2022) Webinar 2: How can science transform data into evidence for informed decisionmaking? (March 10, 2022) Webinar 3: What international efforts/processes are needed to facilitate progress in understanding the Arctic system and its global impacts? (March 24, 2022) The emphasis of each 2.5-hour…