TALLINN - Estonia is about to hold a virtual event on Monday to present its application for an observer status on the Arctic Council and detail the ways in which the climate and digital know-how of Estonian scientists can contribute to how the Arctic deals with climate change.
At the event titled "Estonia as an aspiring Arctic Council observer state: promoting smart solutions," which will start at 4 p.m., President Kersti Kaljulaid, Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu and experts of the field will talk about why ensuring the sustainable development of the Arctic is ...
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