To support flexibility, the plan will be implemented via biennial implementation plans. These plans will include objectives (specific research actions that advance the goals) and deliverables (tangible, measurable, and easily communicated research products that demonstrate progress made toward the objectives and goals).
IARPC is currently working to develop the first biennial implementation plan. What are the most important research questions to be pursued in the next two years? Get involved by sending your ideas through this form.
IARPC will also be holding public meetings to inform the biennial implementation planning process. Upcoming meetings include:
- Alaska Forum on the Environment, February 10, 3:15-4:15pm AKT / 7:15-8:15pm ET. Paid registration required.
- IARPC webinar, February 15, 11am-12pm AKT / 3-4pm ET. Free; no registration required.
- Arctic Science Summit Week, March 29, 8-10am AKT / 12-2pm ET. Registration required and opens February 1. For virtual attendance there is currently no cost.
Learn more about the Arctic Research Plan: https://www.iarpccollaborations.org/plan/index.html