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21st Arctic Roundtable: Climate Change Policy in Alaska

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Climate Change Policy in Alaska: From Science to Implementation

The changing climate has profound implications for 21st century people, infrastructure and ecosystems in Alaska and beyond. But how do the latest scientific findings reach policy makers? This roundtable discussion will commence with a panel of experts ranging from scientist to government advisor discussing the current science and ways that it informs state policy.


  • Nikoosh Carlo – Climate Advisor to the Governor
  • Luke Hopkins – Climate Action Leadership Team
  • Larry Hinzman – Vice Chancellor for Research, UAF

6 p.m. Tuesday Nov. 13, 2018 @ The Blue Loon, 2999 Parks Hwy, Fairbanks

Snacks at 5:30 PM

Discussion among panelists and the audience follows.
Fairbanks attire.
Sponsored by the Arctic Institute of North America.