December 4, 2017 By Gleb Raygorodetsky Commentary, Finland, Indigenous Rights and Issues, Society and Culture
Climate change resilience – a challenge for the Skolt Sámi reindeer herders and fishermen of northern Finland.
November 21, 2017 By Ole Wæver Article, Defense and Security, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
Our Special Issue widened the debate on Arctic security and provided an “arctification” of securitization theory.
November 14, 2017 By Ulrik Pram Gad Article, Defense and Security, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
How will the prioritization of the Greenlandic, Danish, and English languages put Greenland on very different routes towards independence?
November 7, 2017 By Rasmus K. Rasmussen and Henrik Merkelsen Article, Natural Resources and Energy, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
Narrative analysis of the Danish-Greenlandic governance controversies on whether potential uranium exploitation is a security issue or not.
October 31, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Article, Climate and Environment, Indigenous Rights and Issues, Society and Culture
The current Arctic security discourse and related action do not match up to the United Nations climate change negotiations.
August 29, 2017 By Isabelle Lao Emerging Scholars, Natural Resources and Energy, Society and Culture
Given the difficulty of distributing diesel to rural Alaskan communities, innovation is key to making reliable and clean energy accessible.
August 15, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Multimedia, Natural Resources and Energy, Society and Culture
Climate change impacts are threatening the Native Village of Shaktoolik, but a resilient community move the story beyond climate victims.
June 20, 2017 By Gwen K. Healey Article, Canada, Indigenous Rights and Issues, Society and Culture
Inuit concepts can be used to inform a model for health care that reflects the values of the people it serves in Nunavut.
May 9, 2017 By Artur Wilczynski Commentary, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
The core of Arctic diplomacy is about connecting people. People-to-people connections are crucial for building bridges between countries.
May 4, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Climate and Environment, Multimedia, Natural Resources and Energy, Society and Culture
Renewable energy projects are helping Arctic communities combat the challenges of diesel. Our focus this week: geothermal energy.
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