The German Arctic Office initiates and organizes national Arctic meetings and events in cooperation with partners from science, politics and industry, and supports the Federal Government in the representation of German Arctic research and policy at international conferences.

30 November 2023, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin

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9 November 2023
Potsdam, Germany

As a contribution to the Berlin Science Week, the Arctic Office at AWI and the Norwegian Embassy in Berlin organized a public seminar on Arctic research. Results from recent Arctic expeditions and plans for further exploration were presented and discussed in this two-hour seminar.

June 5, 2023, DGAP Berlin

Together with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), the Arctic Office organized the event "The Disruption of Arctic Exceptionalism: Managing Environmental Change in Light of Russian Aggression" on June 5 in Berlin.

22 - 25 May, 2023 Baveno, Italy

The Arctic Office is a partner in the EU project Arctic PASSION. On May 22-25 in Baveno/Italy, the second annual project meeting took place. Here, project partners had the opportunity to get to know each other personally, to exchange information about current progress and further procedures, and to create new crosscutting links.

11 May 2023, BMBF Office Berlin

The 21st Arctic Dialogue was held on 11 May 2023 in the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The overarching theme of the meeting was international cooperation in Arctic research. For the first time, the Berlin embassies of the Arctic States were represented in the Arctic Dialogue.

29 November 2022, DGAP Office, Berlin  

The 20th Arctic Dialogue was held in cooperation with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) on 29 November 2022 at the DGAP Office in Berlin. The overall theme of the meeting was the impact of the Russian war of aggression on arctic politics and the arctic research.

8 November 2022, Berlin Embassy of Canada to Germany

Canada and Germany have long been pioneers in Arctic research and are home to some of the world's most renowned experts in the field. In our co-organized event with the Canadian Embassy in Berlin, the Canadian-German perspective on global warming in Arctic science will be discussed.

15 October 2022, Reykjavik, Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre

In cooperation with the Icelandic Centre for Research (RANNÍS) and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), the German Arctic Office co-organized a session on funding international Arctic science at the Arctic Circle conference in Reykjavík/Iceland on the 15 October 2022.

15 June 2022, Berlin

This year, the German Arctic Office at the Alfred Wegener Institute is celebrating its 5th anniversary. On this occasion, all partners of the office were invited to a festive event onboard a seminar ship on the Spree River in Berlin.

15 June 2022, Helmholtz Office, Berlin                                                                                              The 19th Arctic Dialogue was held at the Helmholtz Office in Berlin on 15 June 2022. The central theme of the meeting was on the role of the Arctic from the point of view of the new German government. After 2 years of Covid-caused online meetings, the 19th Arctic Dialogue could be organized as a face-to-face meeting.