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 The EU ARCTIC Forum aims to foster a better understanding of changes in the Arctic Region and their implication for European citizens and businesses, to facilitate a well informed and balanced debate, as well as to bolster the development of a coherent European Policy with regard to the Arctic Region.

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The Arctic Portal provides a comprehensive gateway to the Arctic on the internet, increases co-operation between both public and private parties across the Arctic and grants exposure to Arctic related information.

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Arctic.io - Look it's melting.

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Initiated and co-ordinated by Radio Canada International, Eye on the Arctic brings together print, broadcast and web journalists from circumpolar countries to better tell the stories of communities and people directly affected by climate change in Arctic.

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 The Polar Law Institute is a non-profit research and education institution and operates within the University of Akureyri. It was established in June 2009, following the graduation of the first Polar Law students from the University of Akureyri. The Polar Law Institute has primarily focused on organizing the annual Polar Law Symposiums that are held in September. More information on the aims and purposes of Polar Law Institute can be found on the:

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