We are seeking community input throughout 2023 into the ICARP IV process! Individuals of all career stages, groups, networks, institutions and organisations are encouraged to contribute to the ICARP IV engagement process.
The International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP) processes are decadal international Arctic research planning processes convened every 10 years since 1995 by the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) in cooperation with many partners.
The fourth ICARP (ICARP IV) process from 2022 - 2026 is a community-wide undertaking engaging Arctic researchers, Indigenous peoples, policy makers, residents and stakeholders from around the world to discuss the state of Arctic science, the place the Arctic occupies in global affairs and systems. ICARP IV will:
- consider the most urgent knowledge gaps and Arctic research priorities and needs for the next decade, and
- explore avenues to address and implement these research priorities and needs.
Individuals of all career stages, groups, networks, institutions and organisations are encouraged to contribute to the ICARP IV engagement process.
More information about the engagement process and how to seek endorsement for your planned activities is available on the ICARP IV Engagement website.
If you have questions about how to participate, please contact the IASC Secretariat at