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The Arctic in world affairs : a North Pacific dialogue on Arctic 2030 and beyond--pathways to the future : 2018 North Pacific Arctic Conference proceedings
|Title:||The Arctic in world affairs : a North Pacific dialogue on Arctic 2030 and beyond--pathways to the future : 2018 North Pacific Arctic Conference proceedings|
|Authors:||Corell, Robert W.|
Kim, Jong Deog
Kim, Yoon Hyung
VanderZwaag, David L.
show 2 moreYoung, Oran R.
Korea Maritime Institute
|Contributors:||North Pacific Arctic Conference (2018 : Honolulu, Hawaii) (other)|
|LC Subject Headings:||Arctic regions - Congresses|
Arctic regions - Government policy - Congresses
Economic development - Arctic regions - Congresses
Sustainable development - Arctic regions - Congresses
Shipbuilding industry - Arctic regions - Congresses
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
|Series:||KMI/EWC series on the Arctic in world affairs;|
|Description:||2018 North Pacific Arctic Conference (NPAC) on "Arctic 2030 and Beyond--Pathways to the Future," organized by the East-West Center and the Korea Maritime Institute, is now in its 9th year. Conference was held August 14-16, 2019 at Imin International Conference Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.|
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|Table of Contents:||EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Overview: Arctic 2030 and beyond--pathways to the future / Yoon Hyung Kim, Oran R. Young, Robert W. Corell, Jon Deog Kim, Arild Moe, David L. VanderZwaag -- PART 1. ARCTIC 2030 AND BEYOND: NATIONAL POLICIES AND PRIORITIES. Korea's Arctic policy and activities / Sei-Joong Kwon -- U.S. national Arctic policies and priorities toward 2030 and beyond / David A. Balton -- Perspective from the Russian Federation / Andrei Zagorski -- Perspective from Finland / Timo Koivurova -- PART II. THE FUTURE OF ARCTIC OCEAN COOPERATION. The Arctic fisheries agreement: looking to 2030 and beyond / David A. Balton -- A Canadian perspective / Robert J. Young -- Perspective from the Russian Federation / Andrei Zagorski -- Perspective from a non-Arctic state / Sung-Jin Kim -- Indigenous and NGO perspectives / Jim Gamble -- Perspectives from an early career scientist / Yekaterina Y. Kontar -- PART III. CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE ARCTIC: FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR ADAPTATION. Threats to the Arctic ecosystems and human societies / Lars-Otto Reiersen -- Climate and health perspective / Chris M. Furgal -- Perspective from a non-Arctic state / Fengshi Wu -- Communities and adaptation perspective / Kevin Harun -- Perspective from a young scientist / Malgorzata (Gosia) Smieszek -- PART IV. TRENDS IN ARCTIC RESOURCE EXTRACTION AND LOGISTICS: GLOBAL DRIVERS AND REGIONAL CONDITIONS. Global market developments and implications for Arctic resource development / David Pumphrey -- Arctic shipping perspective in the context of global shipping / Henrik Falck -- Commercialization of the NSR with the 4th industrial revolution / Sung-Woo Lee, Jisung Jo -- Arctic offshore oil: sweet dream or bitter reality? / Nina Poussenkova -- Perspective from China's international cooperation in the framework of the Polar silk road / Yang Jian, Henry Tillman -- Sino-Russian LNG trade perspectives / Keun-Wook Paik -- Japan's role in Arctic resource development and logistics / Natsuhiko Otsuka -- PART IV. THE SDGs AND AGENDA 2030 IN THE ARCTIC. An NGO perspective / Dwayne R. Menezes -- An Arctic state perspective / Elena Nikitina -- An international perspective / Eeva R. Furman -- A non-Arctic state perspective / Jong Deog Kim, Jeehye Kim -- An indigenous perspective / Dalee Sambo Dorough|
|Pages/Duration:||xvi, 390 p.|
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