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The Barents region
|Statement||edited by Ivar Bjørklund, Jakob J. Møller and Per K. Reymert.|
|Contributions||Bjørklund, Ivar., Møller, Jacob, 1935-, Reymert, Per Kyrre.|
|LC Classifications||DL42.L36 B37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||98125654|
“Earlier, everyone was talking about the Barents Region, a Barents identity and Barents business options. Nowadays we talk about the same northern region we new names and with new thought patterns. The term Arctic Europe has appeared and it usually means the northern parts of Finland, Sweden and Norway,” Heikkilä said, and concludes:Author: Krestia Degeorge. Among the highlights of the Swedish Chairmanship one could name the relaunch of the Joint Working Group on Youth, publication of a documentary book #Barents #BeingYoungHere telling young people’s stories and experiences from the Barents region, youth educational project “Applying Best Practices and Building Capacity in Arctic Indigenous.
The Barents region, covering the Northern parts of Finland, Norway, and Sweden, and the North-western part of Russia, seeks common goals that include . Governing Arctic Seas introduces the concept of ecopolitical regions, using in-depth analyses of the Bering Strait and Barents Sea Regions to demonstrate how integrating the natural sciences, social sciences and Indigenous knowledge can reveal patterns, trends and processes as the basis for informed book draws on international, .
This book analyzes the dimensions of sustainability in the Bering State Region (BSR), which involves the shared resources of the Russian Federation and the United States, in comparison to the Central Barents Sea Region (CBSR), which involves the shared resources of the Russian Federation and Norway. Solovki is also a gem in the Barents Region. Anyone visiting the archipelago, regardless of the interests and purposes, agree the visit cannot be forgotten. The complexity leaves a lasting impression. The archipelago consists of six large islands in the White Sea in Arkhangelsk Oblast, about kilometers south of the Arctic Circle.
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Post-Cold War Europe has seen various regional initiatives launched along the former East-West divide. Ties and trade routes pre-dating are being taken up once again. Somewhat surprisingly, as this book reveals, the Barents Region in the Scandinavian and Russian Arctic is emerging as one of the most dynamic and versatile East-West initiatives in Europe.
The Arctic-Barents Region is facing numerous pressures from a variety of sources, including the effect of environmental changes and extractive industrial developments. The threats arising out of these pressures result in human security challenges.
This. The Arctic-Barents Region is facing numerous pressures from a variety of sources, including the effect of environmental changes and extractive industrial developments.
The threats arising out of these pressures result in human security challenges. This book analyses the formation, and Author: Kamrul Hossain. The Encyclopedia of the Barents Region (With Foreword by Thorvald Stoltenberg and Mikhail Gorbachev) contains comprehensive knowledge about the history, economy, and culture of the Barents Region.
The Encyclopedia is an outcome of an international academic project with participants mainly from Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia.
The Barents Region consists of northernmost parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and North-West Russia. Sometimes the area is also referred to as the Euro-Arctic Region. The geographical area covers 1,75 million km² of which about 75% is located in Russia.
The Barents region has over five million inhabitants, including several indigenous peoples. The Barents Region. The Barents Euro-Arctic Region, Europe’s largest region for interregional cooperation, includes the northernmost parts of Sweden, Norway, Finland and Northwest Russia.
The nature is unique and the environment vulnerable, with wide tundra areas in the north and extensive boreal forests zones in the south. The Barents Region in the Scandinavian and Russian Arctic is emerging as one of the most dynamic and versatile East-West initiatives in Europe.
Its unique, two-pillared institutional structure The Barents region book that the state as well as local authorities are drawn into deliberations, as are representatives from the European Commission and the regional.
Food Security Governance in the Arctic-Barents Region provides a multidisciplinary perspective on the major food security and safety challenges faced in the Arctic authors address existing gaps in current knowledge of the coordination and implementation of legal framework and policy that affects the Arctic.
This book analyses the formation, and promotion, of societal security within the context of the Arctic-Barents Region. It applies the human security framework, which has increasingly gained currency at the UN level since (UNDP), as a tool to provide answers to many questions that face the Barents population today.
Society, Environment and Human Security in the Arctic Barents Region (Routledge Explorations in Environmental Studies) - Kindle edition by Kamrul Hossain, Dorothée Cambou.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Society, Environment and Human Security in the Arctic.
Willem Barentsz (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɪləm ˈbaːrənts]; c. – 20 June ), anglicized as William Barents or Barentz, was a Dutch navigator, cartographer, and Arctic explorer.
Barentsz went on three expeditions to the far north in search for a Northeast reached as far as Novaya Zemlya and the Kara Sea in his first two voyages, but was turned back on both Born: c.Terschelling, Seventeen Provinces. The Barents Region in the Scandinavian and Russian Arctic is emerging as one of the most dynamic and versatile East-West initiatives in Europe.
Its unique, two-pillared institutional structure ensures that the state as well as local authorities are drawn into deliberations, as are representatives from the European Commission and the regional Price: $ Get this from a library.
The Barents region: cooperation in Arctic Europe. [Olav Schram Stokke; Ola Tunander; Fridtjof Nansen-stiftelsen på Polhøgda.; International Peace Research Institute.;] -- Post-Cold War Europe has seen various regional initiatives launched along the former East-West divide.
Ties and trade routes pre-dating are being taken up once again. New book: "Encyclopedia of the Barents Region" NEWS The Encyclopedia of the Barents Region contains comprehensive knowledge about the history, economy, and culture of the Barents Region.
The Encyclopedia is an outcome of an international academic project with participants mainly from Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. EALLU - Best Food Book of the World. Photo: Norwegian Embassy in China.
Arctic Indigenous Youth won Best Food Book of the World, across all categories. The 22nd Gourmand International Cookbook Award was held last year in Yantai, China. This book provides a research-based history of the Barents Region from written by 27history researcher within the thirteenth sub-regions of the Barents Region.
It is suitable as a course book in history for students at university level, but also for social sciences and for others interested in the comparative transnational history of.
A Time of Change People and Life in the Barents Region Paperback – Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" Format: Paperback. The Arctic region contains large amounts of natural resources considered necessary to sustain global economic growth, so it is unsurprising that it is increasingly susceptible to political, economic, environmental, and even military conflicts.
This book looks in detail at the preconditions and outlook for international cooperation on the development of Arctic petroleum resources. The Barents Region comprises the northernmost parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.
This region has a very vast territory including the lands along the coast of the Barents Sea, from Norland in Norway to the Kola Peninsula in Russia; beyond all the way to the Ural Mountains and Novaya Zemlya, and to the south to the Gulf of Bothnia of the Baltic Sea and the great lakes.
The book forms part of the main outcome of the Academy of Finland’s ongoing project on Human Security as a promotional tool for societal security in the Arctic: Addressing Multiple Vulnerability to its Population with Specific Reference to the Barents Region (HuSArctic).
The Barents Cooperation promotes people-to-people contacts and economic development and creates good condtions for interregional exchange in many different fields; e.g., culture, indigenous peoples, education, youth, trade, information, environment, helath and transport. The Barents Cooperation is regarded as an intergral part of creating a stable, democratic and .Food security in the Arctic-Barents region does not have its own unique governance approach.
Rather, the existing governance framework—a number of international and regional regulations in.o What is the significance of the book in comparison to others in the field? o What is the relevance of the book for Barents studies in general?
Title The bibliographical details of the reviewed book should be presented as follows: Monica Tennberg (ed.) Politics of Development in the Barents Region.
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