6 октября 2020 года в рамках Северного форума по устойчивому развитию ООН-Хабитат проведет презентацию отчета Программы профилирования жизнестойкости городов «Рекомендации о плане действий по устойчивости города Якутска»

6 октября 2020 года в рамках Северного форума по устойчивому развитию ООН-Хабитат проведет презентацию отчета Программы профилирования жизнестойкости городов «Рекомендации о плане действий по устойчивости города Якутска» при участии главы городского округа «город Якутск» С.В. Авксентьевой, министра по внешним связям и делам народов Республики Саха (Якутия) Г.В. Кириллина.

Презентация отчета станет итогом совместной работы Окружной администрации города Якутска и ООН-Хабитат после подписания в 2017 году Соглашения о сотрудничестве между Окружной администрацией города Якутска и Программой ООН по населенным пунктам (ООН-Хабитат). На презентации ООН-Хабитат представит профиль устойчивости города Якутска и выработанные рекомендации по действиям, которые позволят устранить риски (потрясения, стрессы и проблемы) и повысить устойчивость города.

Программа профилирования жизнеспособности городов «ООН-Хабитат» является программой, направленной на информационное обеспечение и поддержку органов местного самоуправления городских и сельских поселений по обеспечению развития устойчивости территории перед лицом природных и техногенных явлений (паводки, лесные пожары, таяние вечной мерзлоты) и «стрессов» (интенсивная урбанизация, дефицит жилого фонда), а также создание более безопасной и комфортной для проживания среды.

The last day of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum

The last day of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum, which took place these days in Yakutsk in online and offline formats, has ended.
In total, 14 events were held on this day, such as round tables, seminars, conferences, sessions and panel discussions.
At the events of the last day, no less pressing issues of sustainable development were raised than at the previous ones.

At the round table "Sustainable North: Society, Economy, Ecology, Politics - Effects and Traditions", they talked about the work of a multilingual Internet portal for integrating the languages and cultures of the indigenous peoples of the North and the Arctic into the global information space. Researchers from Norway, Finland, Iceland and the United States have expressed interest in the project. Anatoly Zhozhikov, head of the UNESCO Department of the North-Eastern Federal University, said that work on the integration of languages and cultures of the indigenous peoples of the north into the world information space at the North-Eastern Federal University has been underway since 2011. Expeditions were organized to record on digital media representatives of the culture of the indigenous small-numbered peoples of the north: to places of their compact residence in Yakutia, to Chukotka, Kamchatka and the Khabarovsk Territory. Records of almost disappearing native speakers of language and culture were made, materials available on the ground were collected. All information is placed on a single portal. In addition, a Facebook group was created on the basis of the Arctic portal, which also forms an environment for the exchange of information and communication of the indigenous small peoples of the north.

The seminar “Cold lands. Japanese-Russian Cooperation in the North”, which is held jointly by the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the HaRP Secretariat for representatives of Japanese and Russian universities, companies and government agencies. The seminar consisted of an introductory plenary session and a sectional discussion. At the opening of the seminar, First Deputy Minister of Education and Science Mikhail Prisyazhny reminded the participants that in the north-east of Russia, the forces of four regions - the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Kamchatka Territory, Magadan Region and Chukotka - are creating the Research and Education Center "North: Territory of Sustainable development", which involved projects and research by scientists from the North-Eastern Federal University.

According to Mikhail Prisyazhny, the organization of the Scientific and Educational Center in the Far East will allow the region to receive more private money for research, as well as expand cooperation with Russian and foreign companies.

During the discussion in 4 sections, Japanese and Russian scientists and their partners shared information and proposals on promising joint projects for 2020 and discussed topics and formats for future cooperation. At the final session, the results of the discussion were summed up.

The participants of the round table "Arctic Agriculture" discussed the state and prospects of Arctic agriculture, where they noted the importance of preserving the traditional industries of the north, namely the development of northern (domestic) reindeer husbandry, preserving the resource base and increasing the volume of commercial fishing, the integrated development of commercial hunting in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). It is necessary to intensify the work and make specific proposals for the integrated development of Arctic agriculture, traditional industries of the north, socio-economic development of the Arctic territories of the Republic, summed up at the round table.

At the conference on Transport infrastructure in the North and in the Arctic, within the framework of the section on the construction of highways and bridge crossings in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, the participants spoke about the problems of the cost of building roads in the Far North, which, as a rule, are not covered by either economic or social effect. “To eliminate the problems of the operation of roads and bridge crossings, an improved regulatory framework, technological approaches to road construction and the use of innovative vehicles are needed,” said Dmitry Filippov, Dean of the NEFU Automobile Faculty, the conference moderator.

The general information partner of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum, the project of "Russia Today" ARCTIC.RU held a panel discussion "Information Warfare in the Arctic". During the event, the results of an analytical study were presented on what topics about the Arctic and, in particular, the presence of Russia in the region, are being written by the largest mass media of the circumpolar countries. The head of the Arctic.ru project, Yulia Atanova, moderator of the panel discussion, said that the main news trends in each country were studied: “So, in Russia, as expected, most of all they write about economic and infrastructural development, in Norway and Denmark - about international politics, in Sweden, Iceland and the United States on climate change, in Canada on research and innovation, and the Finnish and Chinese media also focus on climate change”.

At the panel discussion "New contours of international interaction in the Arctic" Associate Professor of the North-Eastern Federal University, senior researcher at the Institute of the USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences Daryana Maksimova spoke about the peculiarities of Russian-Canadian scientific relations. “As part of our forum, we would like to draw attention to the fact that it is necessary to conduct research on climate change in the Russian Arctic. The Arctic is now attractive from the point of view of climate change, both in scientific, technical and humanitarian directions. Indicators show that recently the Arctic scientific and technical cooperation is gaining momentum, and in the humanitarian field it is a little more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is a lot of geopolitics, a social component, comparisons of the experience of living of one people with another. But at the same time, science can become the basis for fruitful international cooperation”- summed up Daryana Maksimova.

Within the framework of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum in an online format, a regular meeting of the Lena Club was held, completing the work of the II International Northern Sustainable Development Forum, with the participation of Alexander Krutikov, Deputy Minister for Development of the Far East and the Arctic of the Russian Federation, heads and governors of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. This time, the meeting of the Lena Club was devoted to topical areas of interregional cooperation in the Arctic regions of Russia.

Aisen Nikolaev noted that taking into account the new stage in the development of the Russian Arctic and the North, interregional interaction comes to the fore. This year, a number of long-awaited strategic documents were adopted: "Fundamentals of State Policy in the Arctic until 2035", a package of federal laws on entrepreneurship in the Arctic zone. The Strategy for the Development of the Arctic until 2035 and a new state program for the development of the Arctic territories will soon come into force, and the National Program for the Development of the Far East until 2035 has been approved.

Among the key areas of interregional cooperation in the Arctic regions of Russia, the revival of traditional industries, the creation of trade and logistics infrastructure, the expansion of telecommunications infrastructure, the development of the healthcare sector, the restoration of the construction industry in the Arctic, the development of transport infrastructure, the attraction of investors and the development of entrepreneurship, the provision of environmental safety, the reduction of anthropogenic and technogenic impact on the environment.

The leaders of the constituent entities of the Far East during their speeches expressed solidarity in working out mechanisms and specific decisions on the topical issues of cooperation indicated by the Head of Yakutia. In particular, the governors and heads of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District highlighted issues related to the northern delivery, attracting investments, developing the tourism industry, developing international certification and branding local products for export.

The Northern Sustainable Development Forum was held from September 27 to 30, 2020. All events can be viewed on the official website of the forum nsdf.ru and the YouTube channel of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum

General media partner - portal arctic.ru

Information Partners:

Rosscongress Foundation, National Broadcasting Company NVK-Sakha, Rossiya Segodnya news agency, Rossiyskaya Gazeta publication, PRO-ARCTIC independent Russian information and analytical network publication, Sakhamedia RIIH JSC, Transport Strategy magazine XXI century”,“Institute of Regional Consulting”, information portal “Ambassadorial Life”, Russian network publication“ First National ”.

A parliamentary session was held within the framework of the Northern Forum on Sustainable Development.

On September 29, the State Assembly (Il Tumen) of the Republic Sakha (Yakutia) hosted the parliamentary session "Legal aspects of life support and sustainable development of the Northern and Arctic territories" of the II International forum "Northern Forum on Sustainable Development". The event was moderated by the Chairman of the Yakutia Parliament, Pyotr Gogolev.

The event was attended by deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, members of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, parliamentarians of foreign countries – members of the Permanent Commission of parliamentarians of the Arctic region, the leadership of legislative bodies of the regions participating in the international organization of Northern Forum, regions of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, leading experts and practitioners.

During the session, about 20 reports and presentations were presented on a wide range of issues under the stated theme "Legal aspects of life support and sustainable development of the Northern and Arctic territories". More than 100 participants from Russia, Norway, Iceland, and Finland have been announced.

Republic Sakha (Yakutia), Pyotr Gogolev in his welcoming speech stressed that the parliamentary session under the auspices of the international organization of Northern Forum is being held for the first time within the framework of the II international forum "Northern Forum on Sustainable Development".

On behalf of the Forum organizers, he thanked the participants for their interest and support for the parliamentary session.

"I am very pleased that "Northern Forum on Sustainable Development" is included in the program of the main events of the Russian Federation's chairmanship in the Arctic Council in 2021-2023, which is currently being prepared. I am sure that the Forum as a platform for international scientific cooperation in the Arctic will allow us to actively discuss issues related to improving the regulatory framework and exchange practices," said Pyotr Gogolev.

The moderator of the event announced greetings to the participants of the session received by the State Assembly (Il Tumen).

"The legislation of the subjects of the Russian Federation has a special role in the legal solution of economic and social problems in the Arctic. Discussion and analysis of the best international and foreign practices allows us to develop national legislation in a high – quality way," noted in her welcome letter  Olga Epifanova, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.

Greetings were also received from the Chairman of the Committee on Federal structure, regional policy, local self-government and Northern Affairs of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation Oleg Melnichenko..

"In the context of increasing attention of the world community to the Arctic, it is especially important to expand the dialogue between the parliaments of the regions of the Northern and Arctic countries. This determines the relevance of the session. The issues put up for discussion are the priorities of Russia's state policy in Artic," Oleg Melnichenko claimed.

Eirik Sivertsen, Chairman of the standing Committee of parliamentarians of the Arctic region, a member of the Norwegian Parliament, delivered a welcome speech via videoconference.

In his welcoming speech, Eirik Sivertsen noted that the parliamentarians of the Arctic region focus on three main issues that are a priority in all 8 Arctic States.

According to him, these are improving of the living conditions of the population in the North, where people live in more difficult conditions compared to the southern regions; economic development and investment in the construction of infrastructure, including digital infrastructure; climate change, which is associated with global warming and human impact on the environment.

He stressed the need for international scientific projects: "We must strengthen international scientific cooperation, there are many areas for joint work. In particular, to find out what is happening with the climate, with changes in the environment. I look forward to the beginning of Russia's chairmanship of the Northern Forum. The Russian Federation has recently served as an example in the development of the Arctic."

The parliamentarian noted that one of the main goals for all Arctic States should be to ensure that the Arctic remains a territory of peace and stability. "I hope that we will strengthen our international cooperation and continue to preserve the Arctic as a peaceful region," Eirik Sivertsen concluded.

Then there were presentations by the speakers.

Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Federal structure, regional policy, local self-government and Northern Affairs, Chairman of the Arctic and Antarctic Council in the Federation Council Alexander Akimov made a report on "The current issues of legislative support for the socio-economic development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation".

He stressed that the Arctic is of particular importance for the development of the national economy of Russia and ensuring of the state's security, in connection with which today the state is carrying out a lot of organizational and legal work on the development of this vast territory.

Among the main documents Alexander Akimov allocated the presidential Decree "On state policy of the Russian Federation in the Arctic for the period up to 2035", the project "The strategy of development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation and national security for the period up to 2035", a new developing state program "Socio-economic development of the Russian Arctic", a package of Federal laws on state support of entrepreneurial activities in the Arctic, the standard of liability of the Arctic zone's residents when interacting with indigenous peoples.

"Of course, attracting investors and developing the economy of the Arctic regions should become a locomotive for the development of the social sphere of these territories," Alexander Akimov concluded.

In his report, he also focused on some problematic issues that need to be resolved as soon as possible. Including obsolescence of the system of guarantees and compensation for people working and residing in the Northern areas, the need to reform the system of zoning of the North of Russia, a shortage of personnel for work in the Arctic, the need to address the specifics of educational institutions in the area of nomadic education, the need to develop educational programs and instructional materials necessary for teaching the languages of indigenous peoples, weak transport infrastructure, lack of information-telecommunication environment, inequality of regions in access to communications services.

Oksana Bondar, Deputy Chairman of the state Duma Committee on regional policy and problems of the North and Far East made a report on priority measures of legal regulation of the development Of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.

In her report, she raised the issue of attracting the country's population to the Arctic and Far North, as well as reducing the outflow of local population.

Также выступила депутат Госдумы РФ, член Комитета Госдумы по региональной политике и проблемам Севера и Дальнего Востока Татьяна Гоголева. Она остановилась на теме проведения этнологической экспертизы в России.

The report "Legal and municipal foundations of sustainable development in Iceland" was delivered by the Chairman of the Icelandic parliamentary Committee of the parliamentarians' conference of the Arctic region, Deputy Chairman Of the Committee on environment and transport of the Parliament of Iceland (Althing) Ari Trausti Gudmundsson.

The speaker spoke about Iceland's experience in energy issues.

Deputy Chairman Of The State Assembly (Il Tumen) Viktor Gubarev in his report reflected the issues of legal support for the implementation of the strategy for the development of the Arctic region on the example of the Republic Sakha.

He noted that in Yakutia, legislative work is continuing in the field of relations between subsurface users and residents of the territories of traditional nature management, an Environmental doctrine has been adopted, and work is being completed on the code of rights of the indigenous minority peoples of the North. One of the main problems remains ensuring transport accessibility of the population.

"The new railway to Yakutsk and the construction of a bridge over the Lena river open up new prospects for transport links on the North-East of the country, and the current Northern forum will give new ideas and accelerate the implementation of the main goal – improving the living standards of the Northern and Arctic territories," Viktor Gubarev said.

In his report, he stressed the need to combine shift and traditional methods of organizing labor activity with the implementation of minimum standards for receiving services in the social sphere through the use of the social network of the base settlement; to ensure the priority of using the intraregional form of watch, to achieve cooperation "Watch as base settlement", which will allow concentrating financial flows on one territory to improve the social and housing infrastructure of settlements in the North.

The parliamentarian noted that in view of the current situation with the "Northern benefits", according to which under the labor code of the Russian Federation payments are assigned to employers, which creates financial problems for small and medium-sized businesses. He stressed the need to review modern legislation that would put entrepreneurs in a competitive environment.

Viktor Gubarev said that more than 30 laws on the rights of indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East have been adopted at the Federal and national levels. The People's Deputy added that they require improvement in terms of their reflection in various industry laws.

"There are two types of legal gaps that require changes to industry-specific Federal regulatory legal acts in relation to the Arctic zone. This underestimates the complexities of economic activity in the Arctic. As well as the legislative consolidation of excessively strict requirements that are not feasible in the Arctic and lead to a significant increase in the cost of life, which becomes a barrier to the development of certain areas of the economy," Viktor Nikolaevich stated.

He also discussed in detail the issues of transport accessibility of domestic transport, primarily aviation. The Deputy highlighted the problems of small-scale aviation development, including high air fares for the population.

Viktor Gubarev raised the issue of Northern delivery conduct. According to him, the needs of the Arctic population in food supply are met by 20-30%.

"We are confident that the experience of the Republic Sakha (Yakutia) will arouse practical interest from both federal and regional authorities and entrepreneurs, as well as our foreign partners, and our joint efforts will help modernize the economy and achieve a high standard of living in the Arctic," Viktor Gubarev concluded.

Then there were performances from the speakers.

Deputy Chairman Of the Federation Council Committee on social policy Tatyana Kusayko spoke on the topic: "Telemedicine as an important tool for improving the quality and accessibility of medical care in the Northern regions of the Russian Federation".

О правовых аспектах мобильной медицинской помощи в условиях малонаселенных территорий Арктики информацию предоставил первый заместитель председателя Комитета Госдумы по охране здоровья Федот Тумусов.

First Deputy Chairman of the state Duma Committee on health protection Fedot Tumusov provided information on the legal aspects of mobile medical care in sparsely populated areas of the Arctic.

State Duma Deputy  Galina Danchikova spoke about the development of mechanisms for state support for the supply of life-supporting goods to the population of remote regions of the Russian Federation's Arctic zone.

Topic of the speech of the Chairman of the Murmansk regional Duma  Sergey Dubovoy was referred to the best legislative practices for the sustainable development of the Northern territories.

Chairman of the Legislative Duma of the Khabarovsk territory Irina Zikunova spoke on the topic "Guarantees and compensation for persons working in the Far North and equivalent areas in the context of stimulating business activity in the region".

Viktor Novozhilov, a member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, spoke about the best legislative practices for sustainable development of the Arkhangelsk region.

Valery Semikashev, Head of the laboratory of the Institute of National Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences, presented information on renewable energy and energy consumption in the Arctic zone of Russia.

The topic of the speech of the Legislative Assembly's Chairman of the Krasnoyarsk territory Dmitry Sviridov was "Transport and logistics Infrastructure: how to ensure safety in permafrost conditions".

Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district Sergey Yamkin spoke on the topic: "Legal aspects of life support for sustainable development of the Northern and Arctic territories: regional practices".

Alexander Novyukhov, a member of the Committee on economic policy, regional development and environmental management of the Duma of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, spoke about the main directions for improving the system of sustainable development of indigenous minority peoples in Yugra.

Then there were presentations by experts.

Alexander Pilyasov, General Director of the Institute of regional consulting and author of a new theory of Arctic and Northern development, spoke.

Mikhail Zheleznyak, Director of the permafrost research Institute of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, spoke about the sustainability of engineering structures and linear transport systems in the Arctic.

Alexander Myarin, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on transport, road infrastructure and logistics of the chamber of Commerce and industry of the Republic Sakha, made a speech. The co-speaker was the co-chairman of the regional headquarters of the All-Russian Popular front in the Magadan region Sergey Zelenkov.

Rum Ushnitsky, Dean of the Law faculty of the North-Eastern Federal University also delivered a speech.

The moderator of the event, Chairman of the Parliament of Yakutia - Pyotr Gogolev, in conclusion, thanked the participants of the first parliamentary session for their fruitful and constructive work and wished them success.

The resolution of the parliamentary session noted the need to create a permanent structure of inter-parliamentary cooperation within the framework of the international organization "Northern Forum", identified current areas of legislative and law enforcement activities within the framework of inter-parliamentary cooperation for the development of the Arctic, and stressed the importance of expanding international scientific cooperation in the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions.

As a result of the session, the Heads of the Northern Forum member regions were invited to initiate the formation of a digital competence center for Arctic legislation; to support scientific research on climate change assessment.

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The second and third days of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum.

The second and third days of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum have ended.

In just 2 days, 28 events were held: round tables, scientific and practical conferences, sessions, a plenary session. More than 500 participants and about 200 speakers from different countries are registered: Russia, Canada, USA, China, Iceland, Norway, USA, Japan, Korea, Sweden, Finland, Greenland, Mongolia, as well as regions from Association of Regional Administrations of the North East Asia, 77 regions.

On September 28, an online session of the ARANEA member regions was held on the topic "New ways of developing international relations in the world after the COVID-19 pandemic", where the Secretary General of the Association of Regional Administrations of Northeast Asia, Mr. Kim Ok Chae, Governor of the province Gyeongsangbuk-do, Republic of Korea, Mr. Lee Chol-Woo, and Mr. Esteban Leon, Head of the Urban Risk Reduction Unit of the Urban Resilience Profiling Program of the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat). Acting Deputy Chairman of the Government of Yakutia Sergey Mestnikov noted that the pandemic has accelerated the development of distance digital education, but it is not able to replace the traditional one.

An educational session was held at the North-Eastern Federal University: "Thematic networks of the University of the Arctic: interaction between the North and Asia", where the university shared its experience in implementing thematic networks.

At the round table "What personnel are needed for the regions of the Arctic zone?" proposals were made to improve the living conditions of young people in the North and the education of the indigenous peoples of the North. It was also noted that it is necessary to improve the conditions of employment and living in order for young people to strive to the Arctic zone. Human capital is important for Russia if we are talking about the development of infrastructure in the Russian Arctic on an ongoing basis - summed up at the Round Table.

At the end of the second day of the Forum, a plenary session was held on the topic “Transport infrastructure in the North and the Arctic”, where experts discussed the possibilities of developing transport accessibility of the Arctic zone, both regional and international.

The meeting, which was held in online and offline formats, was attended by the head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Aisen Nikolaev, the chairman of the Arctic Circle, the President of Iceland in 1996-2016 Oulavur Ragnar Grimsson, the head of the Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviation) Alexander Neradko and Special Representative of the State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom" for the development of the Arctic, Deputy Chairman of the State Commission for the Development of the Arctic Vladimir Panov (more details here)

The third day of the forum began with the Seminar “Cold lands. Russian-Japanese Cooperation in the North”. At the seminar, they talked about the strategy of indigenous media development and how media can contribute to the sustainable development of indigenous peoples.

At the round table "Russian-Korean cooperation in the Arctic" in the bilateral dialogue between the countries, issues of joint work on the creation of ice-class ships and cooperation in scientific research in the Arctic were discussed.

The main topic of the conference "Transport infrastructure in the North and the Arctic" was the issues of increasing the efficiency of the transport and technological system and solutions to these issues based on the development of technologies for creating high-traffic vehicles were proposed.

The Northern Forum as a platform for international scientific cooperation in the Arctic will make it possible to actively discuss issues of improving the regulatory framework and exchange successful practices. Confidence in this was expressed by the moderator of the Parliamentary session "Legal aspects of life support and sustainable development of the Northern and Arctic territories" of the II International Forum "Northern Sustainable Development Forum", Chairman of Il Tumen Yakutia Peter Gogolev in his welcoming speech to the Forum participants. The resolution of the Parliamentary session noted the need to create a permanent structure of inter-parliamentary cooperation within the framework of the international organization "Northern Forum", emphasized the importance of expanding international scientific cooperation in the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions.

Participants of the round table "Business cooperation in the Arctic" came to the conclusion that an active exchange of views, successful practices, experience, development of new forms and methods of supporting business activity will help to minimize the consequences of the crisis, stabilize the situation and expand international and interregional business cooperation, and finding points the intersection of the interests of business, society and government will make it possible to implement joint systemic programs aimed at the development of the Arctic region and northern territories and distribute "zones of responsibility" to maximize the effect of their joint implementation.

The webinar “Building Links Between Tourism and Protected Areas in the Arctic” presented a variety of ideas for initiatives to positively impact tourism on the environment and indigenous people. Almost all aspects of ecological tourism were touched upon. The geography of the webinar participants is very wide - from Iceland to Yakutia. Acting Executive Director of the Northern Forum Vladimir Vasiliev summed up the webinar and suggested not to stop at one event, but to plan a whole series to discuss issues of tourism development for a positive impact on the environment.

The Round Table "Women in the Arctic" was no less productive. Issues of international and interregional cooperation of women's organizations, prospects for socio-economic, innovative development of the Arctic, as well as issues of security of demographic development of the Arctic regions were discussed.

The final event of the third day of the forum was the Round Table "Investments in the Arctic", where the topics of investment attractiveness of the Arctic regions, promising directions investment cooperation, results from attracting foreign investment and other topics.

The Northern Sustainable Development Forum is held from 27 to 30 September, 2020. All events are held on the ZOOM platform, broadcast on the official website of the forum nsdf.ru and the YouTube channel of the Northern Sustainable Development Forum

For convenience, Forum participants are invited to watch online broadcasts of events on YouTube and nsdf.ru, where you can view the broadcast times, sort by date, or go directly to the current event.

General media partner - portal arctic.ru

Information Partners:

Rosscongress Foundation, National Broadcasting Company NVK-Sakha, Rossiya Segodnya news agency, Rossiyskaya Gazeta publication, PRO-ARCTIC independent Russian information and analytical network publication, Sakhamedia RIIH JSC, Transport Strategy magazine XXI century”,“Institute of Regional Consulting”, information portal “Ambassadorial Life”, Russian network publication“ First National ”.

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Date: 6 october
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