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  • Arctic Circle - The overall goal of Arctic Circle is to stimulate among viewers a greater interest in the peoples and environment of the Arctic and Subarctic region.
  • Program for Conservation of Arctic Flora & Fauna - An intergovernmental program of the 8 Arctic countries, Arctic indigenous peoples organizations and international nature conservation NGOs and IGOs concerned with the conservation of Arctic biodiversity.
  • River plumes in the arctic Hudson Bay - The impact of the Churchill river diversion and the Nelson river hydrodam-staircase on the ecology of their river plumes
  • Technical Exploration - Geoscientists specializing in geology and geophysics in remote places such as Antarctica, Alaska, etc.

    Arctic to Amazonia Alliance
    P.O. Box 73
    Strafford, VT 05072

    The Arctic Institute of North America
    201 Rasmuson Library
    University of Alaska
    Fairbanks, AK 99775-1005

Clean Harbors

Solving tough problems through innovation and proven methodology. For more than 35 years, Clean Harbors has been providing comprehensive hazardous and non-hazardous waste management services to meet the needs of customers throughout North America. Clean Harbors leverages its specialized equipment, expertise, responsiveness and disposal assets across North America to provide turnkey Industrial and Field Services to our customers. Clean Harbors Oil, Gas and Lodging Services provide safe and effective practices and techniques to handle your oil and gas industry needs.

Global Environmental Services Ltd.

GES, Global Environmental Services Ltd. Is a full-service environmental firm specializing in the integrated water and wastewater management, including waste management, cleaner production and bioremediation, is your first address and single source for all your water and environmental needs. GES, specialized in planning, design, installation of water, waste and wastewater treatment facilities, Swimming pools & Renewable Energy, The company engages in the desalination of seawater and brackish water, natural, conventional and advanced wastewater treatment technologies, biosolids stabilization and effluent reclamation, application of special chemicals for water purification, operation and maintenance of landfills, water and wastewater treatment systems.

Santa Barbara

Discover the city of Santa Barbara, California, the birthplace of Earth Day. A 1969 oil platform blowout off the coast of Santa Barbara led to a wave of environmental laws nationwide. That gave impetus to what we consider now the cornerstones to the modern environmental movement. A year later, the first Earth Day was held followed by the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency. A succession of other laws protecting water, marine life and endangered species followed.