Knowledge for a Sustainable Arctic was the overarching theme for ASM3 and included four sub-themes under the titles: Observe, Understand, Respond, Strengthen. The ASM3 organizers and Science Advisory Board conducted a robust and inclusive science process to provide a strong foundation for all the final outcomes of the ASM3. These outcomes create useful tools for cooperation, deepen our understanding of both the achievements and challenges that lie ahead, and provide a strong framework for taking urgent action.
Report: Knowledge for a Sustainable Arctic
Joint Statement of Ministers (with signatures)
International Collaboration and Cooperation Opportunities
Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples
Establishment of the Arctic Science Funders Forum
ASM3 Organizing Committee
The ASM3 Organizing Committee included members from the Icelandic Ministry of Education, Science and Culture: Ásgerður Kjartansdóttir and Lindsay Arthur ; the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Hajime KIMURA ; and the Japanese National Institute of Polar Research, Yuji KODAMA and Tetsuo SUEYOSHI . They were joined by science consultant, Jenny Baeseman (Baeseman Consulting & Services, LLC).