The European Polar Board is happy to release its new Strategy for the period of 2023-2027.
The strategy was developed with an inclusive approach based on input from all EPB Members, who met in Bologna for the EPB Strategy Retreat in June 2022.
“This Strategy reflects EPB’s capabilities and priorities for the coming 5 years. The EPB remains proud of its growth in nearly three decades, and we are confident that this Strategy will maintain the momentum we have built so far.” as stated by Dr N Biebow, EPB’s Chair & Dr R Badhe, EPB’s Executive secretary (Strategy 2023-2027, p.3).
The new Strategy highlights the three pillars to the EPB’s work: Coordination, Collaboration and Communication. Find the whole EPB’s Strategy 2023–2027 here.
The EPB would like to thank all those who contributed to the development of this Strategy. Particular thanks are extended to the EPB Plenary and Executive Committee for their detailed input, coordinators (L Arthur and R Badhe), and all members of the EPB Secretariat (P Elshout, G Couser, E Horovcakova and J Nolan). Thanks are extended to the many members of the polar community who kindly provided feedback.