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Days of Arctic and Antarctic in Moscow

The Federal Arctic Forum "Arctic Days in Moscow" will be held on the 25-27th of November, 2020.

Under the present circumstances of the epidemic situation, the organizers are forced to adapt the format so most of the events will be held online. The hope is that this will only expand the circle of participants.
News, program, as well as technical features of the upcoming events are published on the official website of the Forum - http://arctic-days.ru/en.

 

Program highlights:

  • Arctic and Antarctic - A Territory of Sustainable Development, Harmony of Nature and Human
  • Presentation of the Program of the Chairmanship of Russia in the Arctic Council in 2021-2023.
  • Measures of Supporting Business Activities in the Arctic
  • Open Arctic and Antarctic
  • Marine Protected Areas of the Arctic and Antarctic
  • How to Obtain an Education and find a Prestigious Job in the Arctic? Opportunities for Young Professionals

Speakers include: ministers, regional leaders, high level diplomats, local and international experts.

Full program

 

About the Forum

The International Arctic Forum "Arctic Days in Moscow" has been held since 2010 and traditionally arouses the big interest of the public, Russian and foreign representatives of culture, scientific, political circles, leading federal and foreign media.

To honor the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica by Russian explorers Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen and Mikhail Lazarev, the Forum changed the name to "Days of Arctic and Antarctic in Moscow" and the Antarctic theme has been added to the official agenda of the forum in 2020.

This year, the Forum priority is to unite together efforts of the authorities, business, and society to handle issues of sustainable development of the Arctic territories, the implementation of national projects in the Arctic.

Within the framework of the forum will be held plenary and “table topic” sessions, as well as the International Scientific Congress.

The events will be attended by representatives of federal executives, executives of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, member states of the Arctic Council, leading Russian and foreign companies and research, public and environmental organizations.

The exhibition "Faces of the Arctic" by photographer Vadim Shtrik will be open from the 3rd of December on Strastnoy Boulevard in Moscow.