Reversing Extinction – What could the plan to resurrect the Woolly Mammoth mean for the Arctic ecosystem? 


Lyuba, a mummified woolly mammoth calf that lived 42,000 years ago, at the Royal BC Museum in Canada. © Province

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Yours, Mine or Ours? The Kvanefjeld Multi-Element Project in Narsaq, Greenland


Narsaq, Greenland. © jtstewart By Mariel Kieval Introduction Climate change has already begun to take a toll on the amount

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Proceedings of ‘SDGs in the Arctic’ High-Level Dialogue Series, Session II: Arctic Spirit Conference 2017, Finland


Session 2 Date: 16 November 2017 Venue: Borealis Auditorium, Lapland University of Applied Sciences. Rovaniemi, Finland. Principal follow up discussion

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India’s Engagement with the Polar Regions


Bharati, India’s Antarctic Research Station ©BOF Architekten Background Introduction to India’s Involvement The signing of the Svalbard Treaty in February

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Proceedings of ‘SDGs in the Arctic’ High-Level Dialogue Series, Session I: Arctic Circle Assembly 2017, Iceland


Session 1 Date: 14 October 2017 Venue: Arctic Circle Assembly 2017, Reykjavik, Iceland Download PDF: SDGs in the Arctic –

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The Release of China’s Arctic Policy: Translating the Significance


After many years of anticipation, China has released an official government policy on the Arctic. The white paper was presented

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Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) Use in Arctic Shipping: Risks, Alternatives and Legal Options for a Phase-Out


By Sian Prior and Liana James Progress at the International Maritime Organization on a phase-out of the use of heavy

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The Arctic Between Hype and Reality


By Henry Bartelet and Kenty Dubois As the climate is warming and the ice is melting, the Arctic has regained

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Dispatch from the Official Home of Santa Claus: Interview with Finnish Entrepreneur Ilkka Länkinen


Next to its pristine nature and Northern Lights, Lapland is known for accommodating Santa Claus and his elves. In Rovaniemi

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Can the Ecosystem Approach (EA) Work in Arctic Science and Governance?


The Ecosystem Approach (EA) has existed for more than 30 years and has been perceived as the ultimate tool for addressing

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An Update on the Canada-United States Joint Arctic Leaders’ Statement


What is the status of the Joint Arctic Leaders’ Statement? In short, it has been given a hasty burial. To

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Arcticness: An Interview with Ilan Kelman | Polar Matters


Lana Ollier, Associate at Polar Research and Policy Initiative, speaks to Dr Ilan Kelman on his recently published book Arcticness: Power and Voice from

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Trends Among the Arctic Council Observers, 2015-2017


10th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting held in Fairbanks, 2017. ©U.S. Department of State There has been much written about the motivation of observers

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Observers to the Arctic Council and their Benefits


8th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting in Kiruna, 2013. © U.S. Department of State The Arctic Council has been widely accepted

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