Arctic Energy Summit’s Technology Conference Post Conference Report
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"Amid a backdrop of extraordinary environmental changes in the Arctic, more than 300 international delegates from 14 nations explored a plethora of extractive and renewable energy resources within the Far North to meet the growing world hunger for energy." /.../
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Arctic Maritime and Aviation Transportation Infrastructure Initiative. Providing a Comparative Analysis of Port and Airport Infrastructure in Arctic Nations. Proposal Developed by the Institute of the North Anchorage, Alaska, United States. June 2011. Institute of the North (Institute of the North, 2011)"The Arctic Maritime and Aviation Transportation Infrastructure Initiative (Initiative) is a result of the work of the Arctic Council‟s Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment (AMSA) and the on- going work of a multi-agency ...
CONFERENCE OF PARLIAMENTARIANS OF THE ARCTIC REGION. Draft Program. / Report from the Secretary General The Eighth Conference of Arctic Parliamentarians, Fairbanks 12- 14 August 2008. The Standing Committee of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region (The Standing Committee of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Regions, 2010)Draft program for the Ninth Conference of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region, and report from the Secretary General from the Eight Conference of Arctic Parliamentarians that took place in Fairbanks, Alaska, August 12-14 ...
Common Concern for the Arctic. Conference arranged by the Nordic Council of Ministers 9–10 September 2008, Ilulissat, Greenland. Conference report. Nordic Council of Ministers (Nordic Council of Ministers, 2008)Developments in the Arctic are increasingly a subject for political dialogue and policy discussion in global and regional fora and within individual states. There is an obvious need for coordinated international action to ...