The Arctic is often in the headlines: starving polar bears on melting ice, the reckless hunt for raw materials, an increase in shipping, and the dispute over seal hunting. How should protecting the fragile ecosystem and the indigenous peoples who live there also be achieved? Kristina Schönfeldt from the University of Bonn has now edited a book that offers a systematic insight into the legal issues in this seemingly remote corner of the earth.
Source: Arctic: How do polar bears, crude oil and ethnicity go together?
10th Polar Law Symposium 2017
What? Global and Local Governance of the Poles: Law, Policy and the Promotion of Cooperation
Where? Rovaniemi Finland
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A Responsible Future for the Arctic: Political, scientific and business perspectives
Seminar organized by Arctic Frontiers, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Berlin, and the German Arctic Office at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research.
15 November 2017, 09.00 – 14.00
Felleshus at the Nordic Embassies, Berlin