Arctic Frontiers 2016

The JIP had a busy week at Arctic Frontiers 2016, presenting at various sessions. Our programme manager, Joseph Mullin, spoke about the continued research developments that have been undertaken to develop herder technology for in situ burning in arctic waters. One of the JIP’s contractors, Lionel Camus from Akvaplan-niva, presented on the JIP’s Environmental Effects project, including  fieldwork carried out in Svea, Norway and the development of Arctic Response Consequence Analysis Tables (ARCAT) to support Net Environmental Benefit Analysis (NEBA)decision-making. The conference enjoyed record high participation with more than 1,400 delegates from around the globe