Boom or bust? What an ice-free Arctic will mean for future generations

Students from the International Summer School Master's level course "A Changing Arctic" will deliver their perspectives on an ice-free Arctic. 

Ill: Grace Shephard, UiO. Distributed

For six weeks over summer, the International Summer School at the University of Oslo hosts the course "A Changing Arctic". This Master's level course consists of a series of lectures, both by UiO staff and external guests, covering a wealth of political, social, legal, and natural science issues. This year 14 students from a variety of backgrounds and nationalities will join the course. As part of their final assessment each student will address the following question "Boom or bust? What an ice-free Arctic will mean for future generations". They will be be divided into either the "Boom" or "Bust" category and receive 10 minutes each to both deliver their perspectives (8 minutes) and answer questions (2 minutes).

The Science Library and the "A Changing Arctic" course leaders welcome you to join this event.
More details about the course can be found here


The event is streamed live

Tags: International Summer School, geopolitics, environment, sea-ice, Arctic
Published June 22, 2017 8:56 AM - Last modified July 17, 2017 1:17 PM