Welcome to the EU Polar Cluster -
a collaboration of Arctic and Antarctic projects funded by the European Commission

Cluster Projects

The EU Polar Cluster currently comprises of 21 projects: APPLICATE, ARCSAR, ARICE, ArcticHubs, Beyond EPICA, BLUE-ACTION, CAPARDUS, CHARTER, ECOTIP, EU-PolarNet, FACE-IT, FORCeS, iCUPE, INTAROS, INTERACT, JUSTNORTH, KEPLER, PROTECT, SO-CHIC, TiPACCs and NUNATARYUK.

The cluster thus merges a broad spectrum of research and coordination activities - ranging from the most up-to-date findings on permafrost and sea ice, from enhancing observation to improving predictions, and from networking research stations to coordinating access to icebreakers.

Project clusters

Announcements

 

 

EU-PolarNet 2 survey on stake- and rightholder engagement conducted in European Polar research projects - now online!

 

We invite European Polar research projects to take part to this online survey on on-going and planned stakeholder and rightholder engagement in European Polar Research (Arctic and Antarctic). The survey is open until February 28th, 2021. This survey is an integral part of the EU-PolarNet 2 project and aims to support an effective stakeholder engagement process feeding into the prioritisation of European Polar research. A second aim is to increase cooperation between the Polar research projects in the EU Polar Cluster coordinated by EU-PolarNet 2, but we hope to expand our cooperation beyond this cluster as well. Direct link to the survey: https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/1A704AA67318E583.


EU Polar Cluster News mailing list

Please sign up to our mailing list for news (please note you do not need to if you're already on the internal or Task Group mailing lists. Sigh up here via JISCmail. https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/wa-jisc.exe?SUBED1=EUPOLARCLUSTER-news&A=1 


ASM3 webinar series – in collaboration with the EPB

This webinar series is designed to increase transparency of the Arctic Science Ministerial science process and to provide additional opportunities for scientists, Indigenous Peoples and stakeholders to further engage with the science and proposed actions leading up to the Third Arctic Science Ministerial in Tokyo, Japan in May 2021. The webinar series is a cooperation between the ASM3 Organisers in Iceland and Japan, and the European Polar Board. Each webinar will be recorded and made available on the EPB YouTube channel.

You can register for attendance here: https://asm3.org/webinar-series/ASM3 EPB logos


 

Collaborators

 Horizon 2020
European Polar Board

The EU Polar Cluster website is hosted by the European Polar Board, and managed by the British Antarctic Survey.