EU-PolarNet 2 has as a general goal to generate a platform for the development of strategies that allow progress in a European Action for Polar Research and its contribution to the process of build European policies in this field.

The Calotte Academy 2022, with the title "The global Arctic today: cooperation & power politics, fossil economy & climate catastrophe, science & Indigenous knowledge" took place 10 – 18 June 2022 in Sapmi, the European Arctic. Read the student experience below.

Organized by the Anchorage Museum under various titles and forms for more than 30 years, Alaska Biennial celebrates place through the lens of contemporary art and encourages the creation of new works by Alaska artists.

In October 2021, Professor Trevor Bell received the inaugural Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award for his ground-breaking achievements on climate change adaptation with SmartICE.

The Arctic Centre Groningen will host a Winter School from 16-20 January 2023, aimed at (inter-) national civil servants and policy makers, politicians, managers, financial experts, (young) academics and PhD students who are looking for a nuanced and wide-ranging understanding of the Arctic.

The Ocean Practices programme is seeking Early Career Ocean Professional (ECOP) ambassadors who are passionate and enthusiastic about global interoperability, regional capabilities and ocean best practices, and are willing to play an important role in advocating for best practices, promoting the communication for the needs of...