The 6th Arctic Climate Forum (ACF-6) took place as a virtual meeting on October 28-29 2020, from 16-19 UTC. The meeting was hosted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA, in collaboration with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
The key objectives of the ACF-6 were to:
- Develop the consensus statement on the current status (summer-fall 2020) and future outlook (winter 2020-2021) of the Arctic climate on a seasonal scale;
- Raise awareness of end-users about new climate products and services for the Arctic, potential support to decision-making, and the current limitations;
- Interact with end-users and learn about the climate information they currently use for planning, and their needs for climate information.
Presentations October 28
Presentations October 29
Video recordings October 28
Video recordings October 29