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Second Arctic Science Ministerial

Deliverables

Berlin Statement

2.1 Berlin Statement of the Arctic Ministerial The organisers of ASM2 agreed on the following three themes that will take part in the Berlin statement: 1. Strengthening, Integrating and Sustaining Arctic Observations, Facilitating Access to Arctic Data, and Sharing Arctic Research Infrastructure 2. Understanding Regional and Global Dynamics of Arctic Change 3. Assessing Vulnerability and Building Resilience of Arctic Environments and Societies Discussion about the final version of the document with the participating countries will be a continuous process.

Conference report

D2.2 Conference report (02/2019) This document summarizes the second Arctic Science Ministerial that will be held in Washington, DC, at the White House, on October 26, 2018, to advance international research efforts. It includes the meeting agenda, a list of participants, a Berlin “fact sheet” that describes the outcomes from the meeting, a Joint Statement of Ministers, and a list of media reports on the event. The document also includes a compilation of two-page descriptions of Arctic science support provided by the ministerial delegations (representing 29 nations and the European Union).

Strategic Research & Implementation Agenda

D2.3 Strategic Research & Implementation Agenda (06/2019) The Strategic Research & Implementation Agenda for the Arctic Region lay out the common priorities for the region by the participating countries of ASM2; its Implementation Plan will provide clear guidance and responsibilities to achieve milestones associated with the Strategy.

ASM website up and running

The Arctic Science Conference will be promoted using various media, like an own website, other external websites, distribution of newsletters via various mailing lists, flyers and social media.