Arctic Information and Communication Technology Assessment (AICTA). Proposal and Rationale.
Arctic ICT Network Drafting Committee (AICTA)
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SubjectAICTA, arctic council, 2006, Syktyvkar, SAO, proposal, ICT, information, communication, technology assessment
"The overall goal of the proposed assessment is to determine how Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can increase the human and social capital in the North, contribute to northern economic development, and improve the quality of life in the Arctic. These goals correspond with the goals of the Arctic Council in order to support the sustainable development in the Arctic in social, economic and environmental issues." /.../
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