- Publications and Research
- Climate Change
- Arctic Climate System
- Changing Ecosystems
- Climate Change and Human Health
- Conferences and Symposiums
- News, Analysis, and Opinion
- Northern Communities - Resilience and Adaptation
- Understanding Climate Change
- Witnesses to Change
- Food, Air, and Water
- Traditional Healing
- Governments and Organizations
- Indigenous Groups
- Other Organizations
The Arctic Health Research Network (AHRN) has now transitioned into the Arctic Institute for Community-Based Research, more accurately reflecting that the reality of community-based research is one where funds and partners from multiple sources can contribute to solutions to complex issues that go beyond health.
Created 1945 as a nonprofit tax-exempt research and educational organization based at McGill University in Montreal. The Institute moved to the University of Calgary in 1976. The U.S. Corporation of the Arctic Institute of North America is located at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
The Nunavut Research Institute’s mandate is to develop, facilitate, and promote scientific research as a resource for the wellbeing of people in Nunavut.