ArCticles - Arctic Centre Papers

A New Legal Regime for the Protection of Arctic Marine Biodiversity in the Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction?

Kamrul Hossain

The huge Arctic marine area, consisting of around 14 million square kilometers, which is equal to the size of Antarctica, is the habitat of around 21,000 known species.

The EU’s new Arctic Communication: not-so-integrated, not-so-disappointing?

Adam Stępień (Arctic Centre) and Andreas Raspotnik (The Arctic Institute)

The new Joint Communication on “An integrated European Union policy for the Arctic” was published on 27 April 2016. The document generally follows the lines drawn in previous EU Arctic policy statements: climate and environment, sustainability and regional cooperation. However, the policy update also shows evolution of the EU’s understanding of its place in the changing Arctic economic, environmental and political landscape

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ArCticles views the Arctic from the researchers standpoint.

ArCticles is a series of entries by Arctic Centre researchers and other staff relating to current Arctic issues by the Arctic Centre at the University of Lapland.

ISSN: 2343-4260



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