In Chapter 7, Martin Olsen argues that smaller institutions of higher learning within the Arctic must play a more significant role in tackling the issues facing the region in a more practical sense. Olsen argues that educational institutions should work with geographically embedded knowledge in a real work setting and focus on solutions relevant to the area and its stakeholders. However, for this to become a reality, changes to how many small Arctic universities currently operate must be made. What follows is an outline of an operational framework that universities in the Arctic can need to consider as they strive to minimize reliance on input resources in order to maximize their sustainability output. Most instructively, this chapter describes a basic framework and provides a point-by-point analysis of each step in the process, outlining a theoretical basis and practical considerations.