Webinar: Black carbon, the Arctic and Shipping: July 21 2020

Webinar: Black carbon, the Arctic and Shipping: July 21 2020

Webinar: Black carbon, the Arctic and Shipping, July 21 2020

Watch a recording of the webinar here:

 

An event to consider the impact of black carbon in the Arctic, the consequences for Arctic communities, action to address shipping emissions within existing international forums (Arctic Council, the Stockholm Convention, the International Maritime Organization), and the opportunities to address black carbon emissions threats.

The following confirmed speakers will provide an update on the latest in their specialist field, followed by an informative and stimulating Q&A session.

  • Pam Pearson: Director and Founder,  International Climate Cryosphere Initiative (ICCI)
  • Kristín Linda Árnadóttir: Chair, Arctic Council Expert Group on Black Carbon and Methane (EGBCM)
  • James Gamble, Arctic Program Director, Pacific Environment
  • Bryan Comer PhD: Senior Researcher, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT

Please save the date of 21st July and an updated programme will be forwarded to you prior to the event.

Find out more / register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QrQF4Js5S_uWdTO4994gbw

Learn more: Download our Black Carbon infographic

For more info, please contact: events@cleanarctic.org

Event organised by the Clean Arctic Alliance.

About the Clean Arctic Alliance

The following not-for-profit organisations form the Clean Arctic Alliance, which is committed to a ban on HFO as marine fuel in the Arctic:

90 North Unit, Alaska Wilderness League, Bellona, Clean Air Task Force, Green Transition Denmark, Ecology and Development Foundation ECODES, Environmental Investigation Agency, European Climate Foundation, Friends of the Earth US, Greenpeace, Iceland Nature Conservation Association, Nature And Biodiversity Conservation Union, Ocean Conservancy, Pacific Environment, Seas At Risk, Surfrider Foundation Europe, Stand.Earth, Transport & Environment and WWF.

More more information visit https://www.hfofreearctic.org/

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