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by Jyrki Kakonen
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Economics
  • Author:
    Jyrki Kakonen
  • ISBN:
    1855213338
  • ISBN13:
    978-1855213333
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    Dartmouth Pub Co (April 1, 1993)
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    128 pages
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    Economics
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The inhabitants of the Arctic are familiar with these conditions – however harsh they may seem to people living in lower latitudes – and have socio-economic aspirations for sustainable development under Arctic conditions. The indigenous peoples who have lived in various parts of this vast region for millennia have specific traditional knowledge and across the Arctic region, several forms of traditional livelihoods have developed over the centuries, not least reindeer herding, fishing, and hunting

Multidisciplinary in scope, Arctic comprises original scholarly papers in the physical, social, and biological sciences, humanities, and engineering.

Multidisciplinary in scope, Arctic comprises original scholarly papers in the physical, social, and biological sciences, humanities, and engineering.

In: Kakonen J (ed) Politics and sustainable growth in the Arctic. Dartmouth Pubhshing Company Brookfield, VT, pp 25–35Google Scholar. Stonehouse B (ed) (1986) Arctic air pollution Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar. Sturges WT (ed) (1991) Pollution of the arctic atmosphere. Elsevier, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Turner BL, Clark WC, Kates RW, Richards JF, Mathews JT, Meyer WB (eds) (1990) The earth as transformed by human action. Cambridge University Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Usher PJ (1987) Indigenous management systems and the conservation of wildlife in the Canadian north.

The Sustainable Development Working Group's 2017 "EALLU" - a beautiful book on Arctic indigenous youth .

The Sustainable Development Working Group's 2017 "EALLU" - a beautiful book on Arctic indigenous youth, climate change, and food culture - contains many. Learn more about how a project uses storytelling to enhance resilience, what the Gender Equality in the Arctic project aims at achieving, and why blue bioeconomy could be a driver of growth in the Arctic region.

In book: The Routledge Handbook of the Polar Regions. Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic, SLiCA. Nuttall, . Christensen, T. and Siegert, M. (Ed. ). ok/9781138843998, Publisher: Routledge. Taylor and Francis Group. Cite this publication. When informing politics aimed at securing viable, sustainable futures, natural resource management that incorporates socio-cultural concerns will encourage policies with broad local support.

On the horizon, alternative conceptions are gradually changing both policy decisions and decision-making processes in the Arctic. These include sustainable and regenerative development, rational ecology, ecofeminism, and indigenous perspectives. Export citation Request permission. Edmonton: Boreal Institute for Northern Studies: 7–21. The story of Russian America. Crossroads of continents: cultures of Siberia and Alaska. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press: 70–82.

Introduction to the book Politics of Sustainability in the Arctic, which sets out a theoretical framework for understanding and analysing sustainability as a political concept, and provides a comprehensive empirical investigation of Arctic sustainability discourses. Presenting a range of case studies from a number of Arctic countries including Greenland, Norway and Canada, the essays in this. volume analyse the concept of sustainability and how actors are employing and contesting this concept in specific regions within the Arctic.

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The book begins by painting the landscape of the Arctic in both its economic and environmental periphery. The environmental problems in the Arctic reinforce the fact that it is integrated into the world global system, but modernization destroys its traditional cultures. The book seeks to explore alternatives to this destruction by developing the traditional cultures, and decentralizing the economic and political systems. The authors also argue that autonomy for the small Arctic nations is a prerequisite for sustainable development.