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Defending the rights and furthering the interests of Athabaskan people since 2000

The Arctic Athabaskan Council (AAC) is an international treaty organization established to defend the rights and further the interests internationally of American and Canadian Athabaskan members First Nation governments in the eight-nation Arctic Council and other international fora.

Latest News

2021 Arctic Youth Ambassador Cohort

The Arctic Youth Ambassadors program brings together diverse youth from across Alaska to build awareness at home and abroad about their lives in the Arctic. Arctic Youth Ambassadors gain fully-funded[…]

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Arctic as a Food Producing Region

The Arctic as a Food Producing Region is an Arctic Council project under the auspices of the Sustainable Development Working Group. The project aims to “assess the potential for increased[…]

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Arctic Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

The Good Practice Recommendation for Environmental Impact Assessment and Public Participation in the Arctic, or Arctic Environmental Impact Assessment (Arctic EIA) for short, is a project endorsed by the Sustainable[…]

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Our Team

Bill Erasmus

Head of Delegation, Senior Arctic Officials

Cindy Dickson

Executive Director, General Inquiries

Bridget Larocque

Sustainable Development Working Group

Colleen Henry


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For more information about the Arctic Athabaskan Council and its activities, please send us an email using the contact form below. Thank you!