Archive for September, 2017

Arne O. Holm
Editor-in-Chief, High North News, High North Center for Business and Governance, Nord University

Editorial: Too little sex – too much work

22/09/2017 at 14:50 0 kommentarer

I stroll around the Honningsvåg harbor and look for answers to how demanding it might be to be a northerner. We are applauded by our political leaders. Our economy flourishes. Statistics, however, blows a fierce wind into our faces – a stern warning of the long-term outlooks we face.



Arne O. Holm
Ansvarlig redaktør i High North News, Nordområdesenteret, Handelshøgskolen, Nord Universitet.

Kommentar: For lite sex – for mye arbeid

22/09/2017 at 13:34 1 kommentar

Jeg rusler rundt på kaia i Honningsvåg og leiter etter et svar på hvor krevende det er å være nordlending. Vi applauderes fram av våre politiske ledere. Økonomien blomstrer. Statistikken, derimot, pisker oss i ansiktet med et brutalt langtidsvarsel.



Andrey Mineev
Postdostoral researcher at the High North Center for Business Nord University Business School

Op-Ed: A new mindset needed for cross-border cooperation in the Barents? 

22/09/2017 at 13:25 0 kommentarer

What are success factors and challenges for further development of cross-border business cooperation in the Barents?



Elkem Salten i Sørfold startet opp i 1967, og produserer silisium.

China Heads Northern Industry Conference

22/09/2017 kl 10:18 0 kommentarer

Chinese Chen Xi, Senior Advisor in Elkem, is one out of several international industry leaders who will attend the ‘Industri 2017’ conference.



Elkem Salten i Sørfold startet opp i 1967, og produserer silisium.

Kina topper industrimøte i nord

21/09/2017 kl 12:38 0 kommentarer

Kinesiske Chen Xi, seniorrådgiver i Elkem-ledelsen, er en av flere internasjonale industritopper som kommer til Industri 2017.



Torbjørn Naimak, Regional Manager of the Norwegian Public Road Administration believes Norway will join a railway project with Finland. (Photo: Knut Opeide/Norwegian Public Road Administration)

Believes Norway Will Agree to Finnish Railway Cooperation

20/09/2017 kl 15:49 0 kommentarer

A railway between Kirkenes, Norway and Rovaniemi, Finland has long been an alternative to the Norwegian National Transportation Plan. – It has a new reality now, says Torbjørn Naima, Regional Manager of the Norwegian Public Road Administration. He also warrants a more coherent transportation plan for the High North.



Torbjørn Naimak, Regional Manager of the Norwegian Public Road Administration believes Norway will join a railway project with Finland. (Photo: Knut Opeide/Norwegian Public Road Administration)

Tror Norge sier ja til finsk samarbeid om jernbane

20/09/2017 kl 14:43 1 kommentar

En togbane mellom Kirkenes og Rovaniemi har lenge vært et alternativ til overordnet nasjonal transportplan. – Nå har den fått en ny realitet, sier regionsjef Torbjørn Naimak i Statens vegvesen Region Nord, som også etterlyser en mer helhetlig transportplan i nordområdene. 



En arktisk jernbane vil by på økte muligheter for selskaper og investorer i nordområdene. (Illustrasjon: Arctic Corridor)

Planleggingen av arktisk jernbane til Kirkenes er igang

20/09/2017 kl 11:12 0 kommentarer

Det finske transportverket har sammen med norske jernbanemyndigheter startet et forstudie for å utforske muligheten for en arktisk jernbane. – Ruten burde gå mellom Rovaniemi og Kirkenes, sier ordfører Rune Rafaelsen i Sør-Varanger.



The RV Polarstern (Polarstar) icebreaker in Arctic Ocean during summer 2017
(Source: Alfred Wegener Institute)

Arctic Sea Ice Recovers Slightly as it Reaches Annual Minimum

20/09/2017 kl 09:00 0 kommentarer

Arctic sea ice extent reached an annual minimum of 4.64 million square kilometers on September 13th  according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) in Boulder, Colorado. This represents the eighth lowest extent in the 38-year satellite observation era and a slight increase over 2016 which recorded a low of 4.14 million km2.



Russians Warn of Oil Exploration in LoVeSe

Russians Warn of Oil Exploration in LoVeSe

19/09/2017 kl 15:18 0 kommentarer

Russian fishers in the High North are worried and warn strongly against oil explorations in the Lofoten, Vesterålen and Senja (LoVeSe) regions in northern Norway. Now they ask Russian authorities to proceed with the matter in order to secure a Norwegian-Russian coordination of oil and fishery activities.



 
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