Arctic Portal promotes the participation of young researchers, students, PhD students, future generation of experts on the Arctic, into the debate on Arctic issues.

In this new section, "Young Arctic Researchers" , we will publish once a week the best article written by a young researcher.

It will be also promoted through our social media, as our Facebook page and Twitter. To help foster visibility of the young authors, the Arctic Portal gives the possibility for authors to show their contact/information.

Arctic Portal is interested in topics such as:

- Arctic Shipping
- Arctic Governance
- Arctic Fishing
- Arctic Energy
- Climate Change
- Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights
- EU in the Arctic
- Asian States in the Arctic


Articles should be max. 1500 words, however longer article will be considered.  Pictures, graphs and maps (you can check and use our interactive data maps here) are appreaciated.


Please, send your proposal to .


The content of the articles does not reflect the opinion of Arctic Portal . Responsibility for the information and views expressed in therein lies entirely with the authors.

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