On Thursday, November 14, 2021, there is a webinar on Sustainable Shipping in the Arctic. The Arctic Programme's Jan Dusik, Sustainable Development Lead, will take part in the panel Three Perspectives on Green Shipping.
The webinar, hosted by the Barents Euro-Arctic Cooperation, is open to the public and will run from 10:00-12:00 CEST.
For more information and links to the event, visit: https://www.barentscooperation.org/events/BEATA-Webinar-on-Sustainable-Arctic-Shipping/z50qtlgb/6ab7d44a-6809-49db-ae0c-267b7f4e6adf
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