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This site is a large network of international dialogue (primarily through Assemblies and Forums) and cooperation on the future of the Arctic. It is an open democratic platform with participation from governments, organizations, corporations, universities, think tanks, environmental associations, indigenous communities, concerned citizens, and others interested in the development of the Arctic and its consequences for the future of the globe.
The Institute is a non-profit membership organization, multi-disciplinary research Institute of the University of Calgary whose mandate is to advance the study of the North American and circumpolar Arctic through the natural and social sciences, the arts and humanities and to acquire, preserve and disseminate information on physical, environmental and social conditions in the North.
"Includes references to scientific and engineering research related to material and operations in a winter battlefield, the nature and impact of cold on facilities and activities, cold-related environmental problems, and the impact of human activity on cold environments."
"The Polar Web is a guide to Internet resources dealing with the lands and waters surrounding the North Pole and the South Pole. The Polar Web is a collaborative project of the Polar Libraries Colloquy and the Arctic Centre."