by Arctic Centre, University of Lapland .
Written in English
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By examining a wide range of issues and places, the contributions highlight the diversity of the Circumpolar North, the challenges and opportunities it faces, and the ways in which people and communities are adapting to and influencing the changing circumstances of this dynamic region. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE CIRCUMPOLAR NORTH From Tana, Norway to Oktemtsy, Yakutia, Russia [s Thematic Network on Local and Regional Development in the North This book is published through: [s Thematic Network on Local and Regional Development. The opportunities created through these annual meetings in the Norwegian communities of. Boone, M., Minore, B., Katt,M., and Kinch,P. (). Preparing Health Care Workers for Northern Practice; Towards a Solution for Retention Problems in the Nishnawbe-Asi First Nations of Ontario Canada, in The Changing Circumpolar North: Opportunities for Academic Author: M. Boone. Jul 03, · The book Dieđut: Arctic Indigenous Peoples Food System – The role of traditional knowledge for sustainable development is nominated in Category C22 Arctic and in category B22 University and Academic Press at the Gourmand Awards ceremony in Macao on July 4.
(English) In: The Changing Circumpolar North: Opportunities for Academic Development, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland, , p. –Chapter in book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages. The Tribal Lands Legal Status of the Indigenous Peoples in the Tyumen North Russia //The Changing Circumpolar North: Opportunities for Academic Development.- 3rd Circumpolar Universities Cooperation Conference. Nov. 30 - Dec. 3, Rovaniemi, Finland, P. 65 - (co-authorship). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Canada and Russia are the geographical giants, spanning most of the circumpolar world. Accordingly, the Arctic is a natural area of focus for the two countries.
This edited volume examines the multiple dimensions of sustainability in the Circumpolar North, a territory facing unprecedented environmental and social challenges at the start of the 21st century. The chapters explore the cultural, economic, political and environmental aspects of sustainability Author: Gail Fondahl. Terrestrial biodiversity in a rapidly changing Arctic. Circumpolar terrestrial arthropod monitoring: A review of ongoing activities, opportunities and challenges, with a focus on spiders. Rather than a single national perspective, The Fast-Changing Arctic: Rethinking Arctic Security for a Warmer World, brings together circumpolar viewpoints from North America, Europe and Asia for an integrated discussion of strategic military, diplomatic, and security challenges in the high North. routes, thus presenting emerging economic opportunities – and concomitant security and safety risks. Given that both Arctic and non-Arctic states have vested interests in resources and transit routes, the world is becoming more circumpolar “international” than .