October 26, 2017 By Malte Humpert Article, Law and Governance, Russia, Shipping and Economics
The Polar Code came into effect in 2017 to enhance safety, but nearly 100 vessels violate the safety Rules of Navigation on Russia’s NSR.
August 2, 2017 By Karine Langlois Law and Governance, Multimedia, Shipping and Economics
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) launched a new film on challenges of search and rescue operations in polar regions.
June 8, 2017 By Edvard Glücksman Commentary, Natural Resources and Energy, Russia, Shipping and Economics
Investments by the EDB in Russian infrastructure projects can create a sustainability framework for Arctic specific projects.
May 16, 2017 By Karine Langlois Law and Governance, Multimedia, Shipping and Economics
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) launched a new film on the Polar Code, an international code aimed to regulate polar shipping.
March 14, 2017 By Andreas Østhagen Article, Denmark and Greenland, Norway, Politics and Strategy, Shipping and Economics
How can small-scale local capacities be developed and utilized across Arctic regions when responding to maritime emergency incidents?
February 8, 2017 By Andreas Raspotnik and Stefan Steinicke Commentary, Shipping and Economics
Digital connectivity has the potential to fully integrate the Arctic and its citizens into the global economy of the 21st century.
August 11, 2016 By Victoria Herrmann Multimedia, Shipping and Economics, United States
As the sea ice melts, circumpolar shipping routes are not the only infrastructure poised to connect East and West through the Arctic.
February 4, 2016 By Malte Humpert and Andreas Raspotnik Article, Shipping and Economics
Arctic liner shipping may become economically feasible around 2040, but is still subject to major uncertainties.
November 30, 2015 By Ingrid Medby Article, Norway, Shipping and Economics No Comments
Over the last decade, the nature of Norway’s Arctic leadership has changed from ‘green’ petroleum extraction to developing a ‘blue economy’.
November 10, 2014 By Andreas Raspotnik Law and Governance, Report, Shipping and Economics No Comments
The article (in mandarin) offers a concise overview of the Northern Sea Route’s underlying governance structure.
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