The New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference will combine with the NZ Snow and Ice Research Group’s (SIRG’s) annual meeting for five days of workshops, science presentations, field trips and networking opportunities.
The combined conference will showcase the latest findings from New Zealand’s Antarctic research programme and snow and ice research in New Zealand. This research will highlight the critical importance of translating research discoveries into policy outcomes.
The deadline for the abstract submission has now passed, and registrations close Wednesday 27th January at 5pm. Please note that walk-up registrations will not be accepted.
Changes in climate and our environment are no longer just future predictions and projections: they are our reality. These global, intergenerational issues demand our attention and collaborative efforts to find solutions. Through fostering interdisciplinary approaches and addressing large, complex questions, New Zealand researchers are enhancing our understanding of the world around us. Weaving mātauranga Māori into Antarctic and Southern Ocean research highlights deep connections between humans and te taiao, and in these times of change, connections are key: with people, with the land, with the sea. Join us to celebrate, connect and collaborate as we navigate these unusual times together.
Connecting through Change will showcase the latest findings from New Zealand’s Antarctic research programme. It will highlight the critical importance of translating research discoveries into policy outcomes, and provide an opportunity for researchers, iwi, policy-makers and educators to connect in a way that will inspire, engage and unite us all.
Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa – let us keep close together, not far apart
Registration for the Antarctic Science Conference includes one ticket to the conference dinner (10 Feb)
Thank you to our sponsors