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Sustainability in the Arctic (Proceedings from the Nordic Arctic Research Forum Symposium)

Tom Greiffenberg

Sustainability in the Arctic (Proceedings from the Nordic Arctic Research Forum Symposium)

by Tom Greiffenberg

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Published by Aalborg Universitetsforlag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geography,
  • Sustainability,
  • Arctic regions,
  • Polar Regions,
  • History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages275
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13426554M
    ISBN 108773074713
    ISBN 109788773074718

    Get this from a library! Arctic sustainability, key methodologies and knowledge domains: a synthesis of knowledge I. [Jessica K Graybill; Andrey N Petrov;] -- "This book provides a first-ever synthesis of sustainability and sustainable development experiences in the Arctic. It presents state-of-the-art thinking about sustainability for the Arctic from a.   The German research vessel Polarstern during an expedition into the central Arctic Ocean. Photo: Mario Hoppmann This is a condensed version of the article ‘Sustainability Understandings of Arctic Shipping’, recently published in the anthology The Politics of Sustainability in the Arctic: Reconfiguring Identity, Time and Space.

    (Berghahn Books) Urban Sustainability in the Arctic advances our understanding of cities in the far north by applying elements of the international standard for urban sustainability (ISO ) to numerous Arctic cities. In delivering rich material about northern cities in Alaska, Canada, and Russia, the book examines how well the ISO measures sustainability and how well it applies in. Arctic Paper is committed to manage its business in a manner that recognizes respects and promotes social responsibility, in active andconstructive dialogue with local, national and international stakeholders. Social responsibility means responsibility for the impacts of decisions and activities on society and the environment. Stakeholders.

    She is the Principal Investigator for the Norwegian Research Council-funded project ARCSUS: Arctic Urban Sustainability in Russia () examining the social, economic, political, and cultural sustainability in Arctic cities. ARCSUS is an international project with consortia partners from six . The Arctic is among the world’s regions most affected by ongoing and increasing cultural, socioeconomic, environmental, and climatic changes. In this context, the sustainability of Arctic social–ecological systems has become a point of increased interest and attention among scholars.


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