About us

Visit the Arctic Frontiers 2022 Pathways conference website here.


Arctic Frontiers Partner Network


Arctic Frontiers links science, policy and business. By setting the agenda Arctic Frontiers contributes to responsible and sustainable development of communities and business in the Arctic. Through year-round activities Arctic Frontiers is strengthened as a knowledge hub and agenda setter that is capable of contributing to a relevant situational overview of the Arctic.


Arctic Frontiers is a non-profit independent limited liability company based in Tromsø, Norway. The company is owned by Akvaplan-niva, an institution providing research, analysis and advisory services and with aquaculture, environmental monitoring and oceanography.


The board of Arctic Frontiers consists of representatives nominated by the organization’s senior partners and of invited experts.

Chair of board:
Merete N. Kristiansen, Akvaplan-niva

Board members:
Dag Rune Olsen, UiT the Arctic university of Norway
Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, Institute of Marine Research
Marthe Kristin Svensson, Troms & Finnmark county council
Bo Andersen, nominated by Norwegian Polar Institute
Elisabeth Svanholm Meyer, invited expert
Tor Eldevik, University of Bergen

Code of Conduct:

All attendees and participants at Arctic Frontiers events are required to abide by our Code of Conduct. This is to ensure a safe, open, inclusive and positive space at all of our events. Please familiarise yourself with our code of conduct before registering and attending our events, whether in-person or digitally.


Arctic Frontiers 2022

Visit the conference website here.

Arctic Frontiers started out in 2006 assembling the first global scientific conference on economic, societal and environmental sustainable growth in the north. In May 2022, we will arrange the 16th conference with the theme Pathways. The conference has a pan-arctic perspective and builds new partnerships across nations, generations and ethnic groups. Arctic Frontiers provides a forum for dialogue and communication between science, government and industry in the Arctic.

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