The Arctic Parliamentarians and the Arctic Economic Council took a new step towards consolidating a partnership working towards sustainable human and economic development in the Arctic, when they signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Arctic Parliamentarians invite all children between the ages approx. 14-16 in schools in the Arctic countries to participate in a Call for Papers.
The Arctic Circle Assembly is the largest annual international gathering on the Arctic. This year Arctic Parliamentarians and Arctic Economic Council will co-host a session with the title “OPEN FOR BUSINESS – IS THE ARCTIC READY FOR FOREIGN INVESTORS?”
The eruption in Geldingadalir adjacent to Mt Fagradalsfjall develops as time flies. Currently, periods with a lively eruption, with some magma fountain activity, have alternated with periods where no action is visible in the crater.
The chairman of SCPAR, MP Aaja Chemnitz Larsen, Danish parliament held a meeting with the Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod on 23 June, where they discussed the work of the Arctic Parliamentary Committee.
Standing Committee of the Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region (SCPAR), Observer - 2021 Reykjavik AC Ministerial Meeting from Arctic Council on Vimeo. Statement by the Standing Committee of the Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region (SCPAR) on occasion of the Arctic...
Early in 2020, a period of crutal movements and earthquakes started within the volcanic systems and fissures swarms at Reykjanes Peninslua, west and southwest of Reykjavík.
The 14th Conference of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region was a digital conference 13th and 14th April 2021. Stortinget, the Norwegian parliament, hosted the conference together with the Standing Committee (SCPAR).
A meeting of the Standing Committee of the Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region (SCPAR) was held in Murmansk. The Conference of Arctic Parliamentarians includes MP’s from Russia, Denmark, Iceland, Canada, Norway, the United States, Finland, Sweden, and the European Parliament. The Standing Comittee (SCPAR) convenes 3 to 4 times yearly to discuss the Arctic cooperation.
Parliamentarians from Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Russia and Canada will discuss the transforming nature of Arctic in Kiruna Sweden.
The SCPAR had its last meeting of the year in Helsinki, in November 23. – 24.
The Standing Committee held its third meeting this year, in Iceland.
The Standing Committee held its second meeting this year, in Greenland 16. – 18th May.