The China-Nordic Arctic Research Centre, CNARC, has its 10th anniversary in 2023. To celebrate the milestone, strengthen the outreach of the CNARC, and to support increased cooperation and research in the Arctic as per its mandate, the CNARC.info website has been given a complete overhaul.
New and updated features include a detailed overview of past symposia and roundtables, increased information on CNARC partners, detailed information on past Fellows, improved search functions, and last but not least advanced publication library and a database on leading Arctic experts.
Keep the website in your favourites. More information from member institutions and experts will be included in the days and weeks to come.
The work was executed by the Arctic Portal team in collaboration with the CNARC secretariat.
Funding was made available by the Icelandic Centre for Research, RANNIS, through a grant from the Nordic Council of Ministers.
On the CNARC
The China-Nordic Arctic Research Center (CNARC) was established in Shanghai on 10th December 2013. Current member institutes are 18, eight Chinese and ten Nordic, which all have capacities to influence and coordinate Arctic research. CNARC's purpose is to provide a platform for academic cooperation to increase awareness, understanding and knowledge of the Arctic and its global impacts, as well as to promote cooperation for sustainable development of the Nordic Arctic and coherent development of China in a global context. CNARC's research themes include: (1) Arctic climate change and its impacts, (2) Arctic resources, shipping and economic cooperation, and (3) Arctic policy-making and legislation.
For more information visit the Cnarc website at cnarc.info