Norwegian Polar Institute

Norwegian Polar Institute
(1928; Tromsø, Norway; 198 staff; npolar.no)

Is “Norway’s central governmental institution for scientific research, mapping and environmental monitoring in the Arctic and the Antarctic.” Its “activities are focused on environmental management needs in the polar regions.”

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Leadership: Ole Arve Misund (Director)
Budget: NOK 100 m (2019)

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