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Nadine Fabbi features at conference in Ottawa on implications of sea ice loss on governing the Arctic

March 3, 2020

Nadine Fabbi as moderator on Arctic panel, University of Ottawa

Nadine Fabbi, Managing Director of the Canadian Studies Center, features as the moderator for Public Record: A Melting Arctic: Impact on Arctic Reporting, Shipping and Governance, as part of a conference hosted by The Centre for International Policy Studies and the Observatory on Politics and Security in the Arctic at the University of Ottawa, Canada, on January 30, 2020, to examine the implications of sea ice loss on governing the Arctic.

A group of Jackson School international studies majors also attended the conference as part of their field trip to Ottawa for Task Force, the Jackson School undergraduate capstone program, on arctic sea ice and international policy led this year by Fabbi and Michelle E. Koutnik, Research Assistant Professor, UW Department of Earth and Sciences.

The event was one of two televised panels on Arctic change in Canada supported in part by the Canadian Studies Center, Center for Global Studies and the Jackson School’s International Policy Institute, which is funded in part by Carnegie Corporation of New York and for which Fabbi additionally serves as Arctic Initiative Lead.


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This publication was made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the author.