Post Tagged with: "opinion"

Alf Håkon Hoel
Counselor, Fisheries and Oceans, Royal Norwegian Embassy Washington DC.

Op-ed: Strengthened research cooperation in the Arctic Council

17/08/2017 at 09:54 0 kommentarer

The USA has handed chairmanship of the Arctic Council over to Finland. The most important delivery of the US chairmanship (2015-2017) is a new international agreement on Arctic Science Cooperation. The agreement showcases an important development: over the past decade, a number of new agreements and initiatives for international cooperation in the Arctic have been negotiated.



Daniel Chartier
Professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal Research Chair on the Images of the North, Winter and the Arctic.

Op-Ed: What is the Imagined North?

19/06/2017 at 12:14 0 kommentarer

The Arctic must be able to define itself as an idea by itself, although it has historically been thought, defined, and governed, especially over the last century, by parallel influences of power from the South.



Christin Kristoffersen
Partner, Arctic Advocacy Group. Senior Affiliate, Conow.

Op-Ed: Historic Arctic Mayoral Declaration

23/05/2017 at 10:55 0 kommentarer

To save the world, we need new voices and new levels of governance.



Arne O. Holm (Translated by Elisabeth Bergquist)
Editor-in-Chief, High North News, The Center for Business and Governance, Nord University Business School

Editorial comment: Northern Norway is the solution – not an opportunity

21/04/2017 at 18:18 0 kommentarer

I feared the worst when a prime minister and three government ministers the other day described Northern Norway as ‘the land of opportunity’, a curse repeated indefinitely since then 1970s.





Yuri Sychev
Executive Secretary of Scientific Advisory Board of the State Commission for Arctic Development and Director of the Nikolai Zubov State Oceanographic Institute.

Op-Ed: Transport infrastructure in the Arctic: a catalyst for growth for the Russian and global economy

13/03/2017 at 08:47 0 kommentarer

The Arctic: Territory of Dialogue International Forum is a platform for the discussion of vital issues that not only concern the Arctic states. For the international economy as a whole, marine transportation via the Northeast Passage is extremely important.



Runa Haug Khoury
Senior Advisor Energy and Industry, the Bellona Foundation

Commentary: Arctic shipping: Clean commitment required

13/02/2017 at 14:21 0 kommentarer

As shipping activity in Arctic waters increases, so does the need to regulate environmental risks. A ban on the cheapest and dirtiest fuel will lead to adoption of cleaner maritime solutions.



Frode Mellemvik
Frode Mellemvik er direktør ved Nordområdesenteret, Handelshøgskolen Nord.

Commentary: China is an indispensable partner in the Arctic

20/01/2017 at 12:06 0 kommentarer

Next week, close to 2000 participants, including a large Chinese delegation, will gather in Tromsø for the Arctic Frontiers conference. After last month’s normalization of six years’ of icy relations between Norway and China, the Arctic is an ideal area for reconnecting on issues such as climate, research, business and education.



Jessica M. Shadian, Christin Kristoffersen, Lesil McGuire, Rosemarie Kuptana
The Arctic Advocacy Group (AAG).

Commentary: Shattering the Glass Snow Globe

19/01/2017 at 10:57 0 kommentarer

The recent moratorium on gas and oil exploration in the Arctic jointly issued by Canada and the United States once again shows that the Arctic is still not about the people living there, but rather remains in the realm of the politics of oil and determined by powers located far from the Arctic.



Victoria Herrmann
Victoria Herrmann is a High North News-correspondent and the Managing Director of The Arctic Institute. She is attending the 22nd UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakesh, Morocco as an Official Observer.

Opinion: The Trump Taboo at COP22

18/11/2016 at 12:59 0 kommentarer

“There is a taboo word at this year’s 22nd UN climate change summit: Trump.” High North News-correspondent Victoria Herrmann is attending the 22nd UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakesh, Morocco as an Official Observer. Read her guest blog here.



Anthony Patterson writes that most Canadians by far are a Northern people by reputation only. Here from a northern part of the country,Baffin Island, in the territory of Nunavut. (Credit: Peter Prokosch/Grid Arendal)

Op-Ed: Who`s North?

13/05/2016 kl 16:15 1 kommentar

It’s entirely a matter of degree. The North pole at 90°N (North latitude) is as far North as it gets on Earth. The treeline, beyond which trees don’t grow because of ice, snow and cold, is at 50°N in some places. Above 60°N the land is pretty well packed white all winter long. And it’s a long winter.



 
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