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Arctic Energy Summit 2017 follow up

“The Arctic Energy Summit has become a standard for a comprehensive regional approach to energy challenges and solutions”, says Nils Andreassen, the director of the Alaska-based Institute of the North, project coordinator on behalf of SDWG. The project...

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Arctic Energy Summit 2017 follow up

“The Arctic Energy Summit has become a standard for a comprehensive regional approach to energy challenges and solutions”, says Nils Andreassen, the director of the Alaska-based Institute of the North, project coordinator on behalf of SDWG. The project...

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Arctic Mayors Sign Declaration

Just hours after the Arctic Council hosted its Fairbanks Ministerial, eleven circumpolar mayors came held a historic gathering to discuss a locally-driven future for Arctic governance. The Arctic Mayors Roundtable served three purposes: to introduce and strengthen the...

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“Alaska’s Arctic: An Overview” published

The Institute of the North is excited to announce its recent publication, “Alaska’s Arctic: An Overview” - a first-of-its-kind publication that is intended to help educate Alaskans, Americans, and international visitors to Alaska alike about Alaska and the U.S. Arctic...

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Analyzing Arctic Mission Requirements: A View from Denmark

The Ministry of Defense (MOD) of the Kingdom of Denmark recently published a detailed analysis of future MOD missions in the Arctic. You may be asking, why does Denmark care about the Arctic? Well, Greenland (located in the Arctic) is an autonomous Danish dependent...

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Alaska and Maine: Partners in the Future of the Arctic

Maine’s location and resources ensure its status as a near Arctic state. Its largest city, Portland, is working to establish itself as a gateway to the high latitudes of the North Atlantic, an area that stretches from Maine to Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada,...

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