Arctic nations bet on ‘blue economy’ to reconcile climate, development goals

By |januar 24th, 2019|Arctic, Arctic circle, Arctic Council, arctic policy, Arctic region, blue economy, Climate Change, fisheries, News, Norway|

From global warming to over- and illegal fishing, the ocean on which Arctic communities are so heavily dependent is under threat like never before, delegates heard at the Arctic conference in Tromsø, Norway.

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China in Greenland: A call for deeper EU political engagement

By |marec 28th, 2018|Arctic, Arctic region, China, Greenland, News|

Without a deeper political agenda, the EU might rapidly lose ground in Greenland to the benefit of China, write André Gattolin and Damien Degeorges.

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Magic tricks in the forest: When member states make their emissions vanish

By |marec 8th, 2017|Arctic region, Austria, carbon emissions, Finland, forestries, forests, LULUCF, News|

Countries are free to manage their forests as they choose, but reducing them to a tool of light-fingered carbon accounting can leave world deprived of vital carbon sinks, writes Hannah Mowat.  

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