The EDU-ARCTIC Consortium invites you to participate in the final conference summarizing our project on May 23-24, 2019. The first day will be held at the scientific center of the Polish Academy of Science in Paris, the second at UVSQ’s Faculty Observatory of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines in Guyancourt, in the western Parisian region. Confirmed key-note speakers include Terry V. Callaghan, Professor of Arctic Ecology at the University of Sheffield and one of the laureats of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the Intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC) and US Vice-President Al Gore.

The conference will bring together scientists, higher education administrators and decision-makers, teachers as well as students to present and discuss the results of this innovative project followed by hundreds of schools and thousands of students in secondary education across Europe and elsewhere. The programme will offer a number of high-pofile key-notes by some leading actors in the field, presentations of the project results, panel discussions as well as hands-on activities and a guided tour of UVSQ’s atmosphere science laboratory feauring in second position worldwide in the 2018 Shanghai-ARWU ranking.

The programme can be seen here:

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