Knowledge transfer for sustainable
Arctic decision making
15 January 2020
Albert Einstein Science Park,
Lecture Hall, House H,
Climate and environmental policies must be based on sound scientific knowledge. Thus, the dialogue between scientists and policy-makers is crucial and the knowledge transfer from science to policy plays an important role in modern science. At the same time, the questions that are asked by policy-makers have to be brought back to the scientific community for the further development of meaningful research projects and outcomes.
This session focused on the communication of scientific findings to policy-makers and the dialogue between scientists and policy-makers that is required to identify policy needs and policy-relevant questions. The session was opened with a keynote presentation, followed by a panel discussion including scientists and
policy-makers from Germany and the UK.
Where? Lecture Hall/Building H, Telegrafenberg, Potsdam
When? 15 January 2020 at 2:30 PM
- Malgorzata Smieszek, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Finland
- Martin Weiß, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
- Christine Kelly, Polar Regions Department, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office
- Lisa Grosfeld, German Arctic Office, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research and Association of Polar Early Career Scientists
The event was led by Henry Burgess (NERC Arctic Office) and Volker Rachold (German Arctic Office).
In conjunction with the Changing Arctic Ocean 2020 Annual Science Meeting.
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