Tag: The Arctic Institute

Russian Arctic – Perspectives of the Development of the Fisheries Sector in the Russian Arctic (The Arctic Institute)

Ekaterina Uryupova writes for The Arctic Institute: Commercial fishing is banned across much of the Arctic under the agreement signed in Greenland in 2018,...

Arctic/Climate Change – Governing Arctic High Seas Biodiversity (The Arctic Institute)

Margherita Valentina Romani writes: The effects of anthropogenic climate change are significantly affecting the Arctic Ocean’s robust ecosystems and biological diversity. go to The Arctic...

Arctic – Disaster Diplomacy for Svalbard (Arctic Institute)

Patrizia I. Duda and Ilan Kelman Disaster risks and disasters are important topics for the Arctic, especially where trans- or cross-national disaster risk reduction and response mechanisms...

(Arctic) Geopolitical Implications of New Arctic Shipping Lanes (Arctic Institute)

Gabriella Gricius The advent of climate change has brought about a number of different changes in the Arctic, including increased accessibility to Arctic ports as...

(Arctic) Climate Change and Geopolitics: Monitoring of a Thawing Permafrost (Arctic Institute)

Ekaterina Uryupova The recent massive oil spill from storage tanks on Yamal Peninsula in Russia and landslides across the Arctic have become another ‘signal’ that...

(Arctic) North but Maybe Not North Enough: Adapting Sub-Arctic Communities and Infrastructure to a Changing Climate (The Arctic Institute)

Trevor Donald Canada’s north is one of fastest warming areas in the world, with temperatures increasing at 2-3 times the global average. The Town of Churchill,...

(Arctic) The Global Carbon Budget and Permafrost Feedback Loops in the Arctic (The Arctic Institute)

Erin Flanagan Permafrost thaw is one of the world’s most pressing climate problems, already disrupting lifestyles, livelihoods, economies, and ecosystems in the north, and threatening...

(Arctic) Agents and the Arctic: The Case for Increased Use of Agent-Based Modeling to Study Permafrost (The Arctic Institute)

Sierra Hicks, Christopher McComb and Lilian Alessa Permafrost thaw is one of the world’s most pressing climate problems, already disrupting lifestyles, livelihoods, economies, and ecosystems in the north,...