ART has just published a new Priority Sheet on “Arctic Governance”!
Written by ART Executive Committee Member Kathrin Keil from the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam, Germany, this new priority sheet complements a set of seven priority sheets, which had been published by the ART Network in preparation to the ICARP III conference in Toyama, Japan in April 2015. These priority sheets provide a number of recommendations on how to shape the future direction of Arctic marine and coastal research from an international early career scientists’ perspective.
The newly added priority sheet covers the political and legal dimensions in relation to the significant changes occurring in the Arctic. It provides an overview of past and present focus in Arctic international governance and offers recommendations for future research priorities. Specifically, this priority sheet asks for greater attention to the following questions: