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Kielsen Continues In Greenland, Despite Decline

Kielsen Continues In Greenland, Despite Decline

25/04/2018 kl 11:45 0 kommentarer

Kim Kielsen and the Siumut party continues as government party in Greenland, despite declining support in yesteday’s elections. The election winner is the Demokraatit party.



Kielsen fortsetter på Grønland – tross tilbakegang

Kielsen fortsetter på Grønland – tross tilbakegang

25/04/2018 kl 10:57 0 kommentarer

Kim Kielsen og partiet Siumut fortsetter som regjeringsparti på Grønland, til tross for tilbakegang ved valget. Valgvinner er Demokraatit.



Corey Ellis, the winner of this year’s award, accepts his prize from Victoria Hermann from The Arctic Institute and Elena Zhurova from the High North Centre. (Photo: High North Centre)

Inaugural High North Young Entrepreneur Prize Awarded

25/04/2018 kl 10:01 0 kommentarer

Inaugural High North Young Entrepreneur prize winner sets sights on tackling food insecurity in Canada’s northern territories.



Professor of Mineral Economy, Magnus Ericsson (left) and Bellona’s Advisor on Industry, Waste and Recycling, Olaf Brastad) agree: Environmentalists should work to promote the mineral industry and mineral understanding. (Photo: Arne F. Finne)

Wants Environmentalists to Champion the Mineral Industry

24/04/2018 kl 16:06 0 kommentarer

– Environmentalists should parade in support of the mineral industry, says Professor Magnus Ericsson. Norwegian environmental NGO Bellona concurs.



Severomorsk, Russia (April 15, 2011) Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead tours the Russian Northern Fleet with Vice Adm. Andrey Olgertovich Volozhinsky, acting commander of the Russian Northern Fleet in Severomorsk, Russia. (Photo: US Navy/Wikimedia Commons)

Areas of (no) conflict in the Arctic

24/04/2018 kl 14:07 1 kommentar

Resources and boundary disputes are no longer issues of serious contention in Arctic affairs. But global deterrence, local accidents and incidents, societal polarizations, and access to Arctic regions for scientific purposes could hold conflict potential.




- We need to think positively and promote it, says Amanda Åsberg (22) of the Barents Secretariat. (Photo: Christine Karijord)

– We Should Promote How Cool It Is To Live in the Arctic

24/04/2018 kl 11:38 0 kommentarer

It is important to promote the positive aspects of living in the High North and make the abundant opportunities visible to people who are about to make major life choices for their future. In that way, people are more likely to stay or return to the Arctic, argues Amanda Åsberg, Communications Advisor at the Barents Secretariat.



Professor of Mineral Economy, Magnus Ericsson (left) and Bellona’s Advisor on Industry, Waste and Recycling, Olaf Brastad) agree: Environmentalists should work to promote the mineral industry and mineral understanding. (Photo: Arne F. Finne)

Vil ha miljøvernere i tog for mineralindustrien

20/04/2018 kl 13:32 0 kommentarer

– Miljøvernere bør gå i tog for mineralindustrien, sier professor Magnus Ericsson. Miljøstiftelsen Bellona er enig.



Visit Arctic Europe Created 400 New Jobs in Tourism

20/04/2018 kl 13:10 0 kommentarer

Travel industry actors in the northern parts of Norway, Sweden and Finland joined forces in 2015 to promote the region as an all-year round destination. The result? More than 400 new jobs, for starters.



- We need to think positively and promote it, says Amanda Åsberg (22) of the Barents Secretariat. (Photo: Christine Karijord)

– Vi må markedsføre at det er kult å bo i Arktis

19/04/2018 kl 15:27 0 kommentarer

Det er viktig å tenke positivt, framsnakke, se vår egen hage for de mulighetene som er her og vi må gjøre mulighetene synlig for de som står foran livsvalg for fremtiden. På den måten vil mennesker bli eller komme tilbake til nord.



The LNG Carrier Boris Vilkitsky operating in the frozen waters of the Northern Sea Route in March 2018. (Photo: Courtesy of Captain Alexander Skryabin)

Yamal LNG Carrier Boris Vilkitsky In Gross Violation of Safety Rules on NSR

19/04/2018 kl 08:30 1 kommentar

The LNG Carrier Boris Vilkitsky, operated by Dynagas LNG Partners, a joint venture by Dynagas, Sinotrans, and China LNG Shipping, entered Northern Sea Route last week in violation of the Rules of Navigation. Safety concerns on the route abound in the light of nearly 100 violations in 2017 alone. Will Russian authorities act to ensure safety along the route?



 
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