The overall CLINF objective of contributing to the international harmonisation of protocols for surveillance of human and animal health will be pursued also in the CLINF-Green context, by terms of global health-related risk and crisis management. The overall aim of the CLINF-Green pedagogical effort is to foster a new generation of scholars into the multidisciplinary complexity of the OneHealth concept. During rapidly changing northern environments, this action is crucial for the future biosecurity of the North. CLINF-Green therefore intends to expand the existing CLINF network of young researchers with new partner institutions across Greenland, Denmark, Norway, and Finland, including the relatively well-established OneHealth centre at the Swedish University of Agriculture (SLU Future One Health | Externwebben) as well as the Thule Institute Research Centre at the University of Oulu, Finland.