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EGU 2020 - Call for sessions

The call for sessions for the EGU General Assembly (3-8 May 2020, Vienna) is open now until 5 September 2019: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/provisionalprogramme. When suggesting a session please also take note of convener guidelines and rules https://egu2020.eu/guidelines/convener_guidelines_and_rules.html and specifically that convener teams should reflect (i) multiple countries and institutes; (ii) different career stages, especially the inclusion of early career scientists; and (iii) gender diversity.  

New book supports further development of Sámi early childhood education

The book Sámi Early Childhood Education Now—Values, Practices and Participation in Everyday Life is intended to provide knowledge and inspiration for those involved in early childhood education and later education. The book focuses on the issues of child and adult participation and engagement in early childhood education practice, as well as the wider community and society. The authors provide deep insights into the potential of every actor to influence the implementation conditions of Sámi early childhood education.

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Call for Contributions 2019 Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) July report

The Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) provides an open process for those interested in Arctic sea ice to share ideas. The monthly reports contain a variety of perspectives—from advanced numerical models to qualitative perspectives from citizen scientists. Post-Season Reports will provide analysis and discussion of factors driving sea ice extent and explore the scientific methods for predicting seasonal conditions. 

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