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Arctic environment: European perspectives. Why should Europe care?
Hartz, M.; Finlayson, K.; Reiersen, L.-O. (Ed.) (2004). Arctic environment: European perspectives. Why should Europe care? EEA Environmental Issue Report, 38. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities: Luxembourg. ISBN 92-9167-691-8. 60 pp.
Part of: EEA Environmental Issue Report. European Environment Agency (EEA): Copenhagen, more

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  • Hartz, M., editor
  • Finlayson, K., editor
  • Reiersen, L.-O., editor

Abstract
    The Arctic is one of the planet's last pristine areas where indigenous peoples pursue their traditional lifestyles. However, as Europe's dependence on the Arctic's resources grows, the region is coming under increasing pressure from unsustainable development, land fragmentation, climate change and pollution. EEA and UNEP have jointly prepared this report to raise awareness among policy makers and the public about the issues involved and why Europe should care.

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