Arctic Resilient Communities Youth Fellowship
The Arctic Resilient Communities Youth Fellowship ‘ARC-YF’ is officially launched and is seeking applicants! The 2022-2023 cohort will focus on having a direct role in building resilient Arctic communities. We are calling all community minded Arctic & Northern youth from Canada, Greenland, and Alaska; here is your chance to make a difference in your communities. Apply, apply, apply! Deadline to apply is Oct. 05/22 at 8pm EST. More information here
November 28 – December 1, 2023
Our ANILCA Training will be delivered virtually in November 2023. Registration will open in the summer.
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Help Protect the Permanent Fund
Unsustainable spending from the Permanent Fund’s Earnings Reserve threatens to undermine Alaska’s prosperity and the interests of all future generations. It is time to protect the Fund for the long-term, through a constitutional amendment, put before voters in 2022.
News and Events
Arctic Energy Summit 2021 Cancelled
The Institute of the North has decided to cancel the 2021 Arctic Energy Summit, due to the uncertainty related to COVID-19.
Institute of the North announces transition
With the coming departure of its Executive Director, Nils Andreassen, the Institute of the North begins a transition process that builds upon its long-time work on Arctic policy and Commons issues.
“We are grateful to Nils for his accomplishments and steady management of the Institute, and believe that in his new position at the Alaska Municipal League he will be able to pursue his passion for local government and advance the needs of our communities throughout Alaska,” notes Mike Sfraga, board chair… Read more ->
Future of the Permanent Fund Webinar Series Nov 9-13
Alaska’s fiscal challenge threatens the resilience of the Permanent Fund. Please join the Institute of the North for a lunchtime series exploring the Fund’s origins, evolution, and best policies for the future.
The Institute of the North informs strategic public policy and cultivates an engaged citizenry focused on socio-economic development in the Arctic. We support responsible development and collaborative management of commonly owned resources for individual and community prosperity. We strive to understand and communicate the reality and richness of the Arctic and the responsibility of those who live and work there.