New Integrated European Polar Research Programme now available online
The Integrated European Polar Research Programme is the outcome of a five-year process of co-designing and developing a future research agenda for Europe. It represents a bottom-up community effort, building on the challenges and needs raised by those who are affected by the ongoing changes in the Polar Regions. The reseach programme has been designed using a transdisciplinary approach and it aims to bridge the knowledge gaps in and between natural and social sciences, the economy and society in the Polar Regions.
The Integrated European Polar Research Programme was launched in June 2020 in an online webinar where all identified six research needs were presented by the chapter lead authors. The recording of this webinar "Stronger together: European cooperation for Polar science and society” can be found here.
White Paper on European Polar Infrastructure Access and Interoperability
The white paper on European polar infrastructures is the infrastructure and logistics related response to the research needs addressed in the European Polar Research Programme.
White Paper on Status of Stakeholder Engagement in Polar Research
The white paper on Status of Stakeholder Engagement is targeted to support researchers and aims to serve as both as an eye-opener and as a planning tool for the future research projects and funding calls.
Thule Institute is a Finnish partner in EU-PolarNet:
EU-PolarNet in 2015-2020
EU-PolarNet 2 in 2020-2024
For further information:
Dr. Kirsi Latola