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Arunabha Ghosh participates at the Arctic Circle Assembly from October 12-14, 2013 in Iceland
14 Oct 2013

The Arctic Circle was launched at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on April 15th.The inaugural Arctic Circle is being held in Reykjavík, Iceland from October 12–14, 2013, at the new Harpa Reykjavík Concert Hall and Conference Centre and will assemble annually in mid-October in countries around the Arctic.

Participants in the Arctic Circle include a range of Arctic and global decision-makers from all sectors, including political and business leaders, indigenous representatives, nongovernmental and environmental representatives, policy and thought leaders, scientists, activists and media.This annual assembly, organised as a nonprofit, is a new mechanism for existing institutions,organizations, forums, think tanks, corporations and public associations such as the Arctic Council to reach a global audience of those interested in Arctic affairs in an efficient way.

The assembly offers an opportunity for participants from Asia to present their contribution and interest in the Arctic as well as use the Assembly to familiarize themselves with the various issues on the agenda, such as the utilization of natural resources, recent developments in the establishment of the Arctic sea-routes, and the latest in the science of ice and on climate change.

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