An Invitation to Arctic and Northern Researchers, Indigenous peoples, Stakeholders, and all levels of Community and Government Decision-makers Canada’s North is experiencing unprecedented change in...LEARN MORE
A future where improved observations, modelling, capacity-building and knowledge exchange enable researchers, Inuit, Northerners and decision-makers to jointly develop adaptation strategies minimizing negative impacts and maximizing positive outcomes resulting from the transformation of the Canadian Arctic.
Build synergy among research Centres of Excellence in the natural, human health and social Arctic sciences.
Involve Inuit, Northerners, government and the private sector in the steering of the Network and scientific process through bilateral exchange of knowledge, training and technology.
Increase and update the observational basis needed to address the ecosystem-level questions raised by climate change and modernization in the Arctic.
Provide academic researchers and their national and international collaborators with stable access to the coastal Canadian Arctic.
Consolidate national and international collaborations in the study of the Canadian Arctic.
Contribute to the training of the next generation of experts, from north and south, needed to study, model and ensure the stewardship of the changing Canadian Arctic.
Translate our growing understanding of the changing Arctic into regional impact assessments, national policies and adaptation strategies.