ArcticNet and Clear Seas sign MoU
ArcticNet is pleased to announce this partnership of many to further Arctic science: We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Clear Seas. This MoU between ArcticNet and Clear Seas will promote northern research and culture while supporting the exchange of knowledge and fostering the creation of synergies in Arctic research among researchers, institutions, communities, governments, and the private sector.
The MoU was signed on September 12th, 2022.
“ArcticNet is excited to continue working with Clear Seas. Together, we strive to offer a greater breadth of training opportunities for the next generation of Arctic and marine transportation researchers with enhanced knowledge mobilization and facilitated logistics for northern research” – Dr. Christine Barnard, ArcticNet Executive Director
“Collaborating with ArcticNet is a natural fit for Clear Seas. We are looking forward to working together to advance Arctic research, capacity and knowledge building in northern communities for sustainable shipping activity in this sensitive – yet increasingly busy – region.”- Paul Blomerus, Executive Director of Clear Seas.
About Clear Seas
Clear Seas Centre for Responsible Marine Shipping is a Canadian not-for-profit research centre that supports safe and sustainable marine shipping. Clear Seas’ work focuses on the human, environmental and economic impacts of marine shipping. Through topical research, wide-reaching communications, and Indigenous-focused initiatives, we help build knowledge capacity and provide policymakers and the public with fact-based information needed to understand key shipping issues and make informed decisions to advance the blue economy. Clear Seas’ publications are released in English and French and made accessible to all online at clearseas.org