“U.S. Leadership in the Arctic” was held at the Brookings Institution.
Admiral Robert Papp, U.S. special representative to the Arctic, delivered a keynote address on U.S. policy in Arctic. He stressed the importance of U.S. leadership in the Arctic, and the need to educate younger generations on climate change and the Arctic at an early age. His comments preceded U.S. assumption of the Arctic Council chairmanship for a two year term.
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Charles K. Ebinger Adjunct Professor Georgetown University
Bruce Jones Director New York University->Center on Intl. Cooperation
Robert J. Papp Jr. Special Representative Department of State->Arctic
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