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Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges
UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. UNESCO: Paris. ISBN 978-92-3-104139-6. 376 pp.

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    Arctic environment; Biodiversity; Climatic changes; Degradation; Ecosystems; Education; Environmental protection; Impacts; Public health; Socioeconomic aspects; Sustainable development; Marine

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  • Stroeve, J.C. (2009). Overview of changes in Arctic sea ice cover, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 8-16, more
  • Smith, D. (2009). The sea ice is our highway: the importance of sea ice to the Inuit way of life, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 17-25, more
  • Gascard, J.-C. (2009). What have we found in the polar oceans during the International Polar Year?, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 26-34, more
  • Goodison, B. (2009). Cryosphere and climate: The Arctic challenge, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 35-44, more
  • Holm, L.K. (2009). Siku-Inuit-Hila - ‘The dynamics of human-sea ice relationships: Comparing changing environments in Alaska, Nunavut and Greenland’, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 45-52, more
  • Yamanouchi, T. (2009). Arctic change in the flow of global warming: need for long-term monitoring observations, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 53-60, more
  • Gill, M.J.; Zöckler, C.; Smith, R.B. (2009). Coordinating for Arctic conservation: Towards integrated Arctic biodiversity monitoring, data management and reporting, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 64-72, more
  • Huntington, H.P. (Ed.) (2009). Connections between Arctic peoples and their environment, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 73-79, more
  • Minayeva, T.; Sirin, A. (2009). Wetlands - Threatened Arctic ecosystems: vulnerability to climate change and adaptation options, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 80-87, more
  • Retter, G-B. (2009). Norwegian fisheries and adaptation to climate change, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 88-93, more
  • Petersen, A. (2009). Arctic biodiversity and ecosystem services: How the conservation of Arctic flora and fauna program can help, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 94-101, more
  • Lynge, A. (2009). Facing the Impact of global climate change: Recommendations from the Arctic, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 104-113, more
  • Malaurie, J. (2009). Arctic peoples in a changing environment: A humanist’s vision, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 114-119, more
  • McClintock, S.E. (2009). Coastal and riverine erosion challenges: Alaskan villages’ sustainability, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 120-130, more
  • Klemetti Näkkäläjärvi, J.L. (Ed.) (2009). Perspective of Saami reindeer herders on the impact of climate change and related research, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 131-143, more
  • Barr, S. (2009). Protecting cultural heritage and community roots, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 144-153, more
  • Parkinson, A.J. (2009). Sustainable development, climate change and human health in the Arctic, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 156-163, more
  • Abryutina, L. (2009). Indigenous peoples of the Russian North: Social and climatic changes, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 164-173, more
  • Southcott, C. (2009). The socio-economic impacts of climate change and sustainable development in Canada’s northern communities, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 174-185, more
  • Treadwell, M. (2009). From the Arctic: Partners needed, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 188-194, more
  • Motzfeldt, J. (2009). Greenland’s path to overcome global warming, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 195-205, more
  • Itta, E.S. (2009). Uses of the Arctic Ocean and the future of indigenous cultures, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 206-211, more
  • Thomsen, M.L. (2009). Sustainable development and climate change: Challenges and opportunities in the case of Greenland, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 212-223, more
  • Pelyasov, A. (2009). The Arctic in the new creative age: The Arctic dimension of the knowledge economy, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 224-231, more
  • Kullerud, L. (2009). Education for Arctic sustainable development, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 234-239, more
  • Andreasen, A. (2009). People on thin ice: The need for education and research in Greenland, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 240-246, more
  • Lebedeva, A. (2009). The role of nomadic schools in the revival and preservation of the cultural heritage of indigenous peoples of the North and Arctic, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 247-255, more
  • Hattingh, J. (2009). Sustainable development in the Arctic: A view from environmental ethics, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 258-266, more
  • Kelman, I. (2009). Continuing ethical livelihoods for Arctic peoples despite change, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 267-277, more
  • Funston, B. (2009). Sustainable development of the Arctic: The challenges of reconciling homeland, laboratory, frontier and wilderness, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 278-283, more
  • Crump, J.; Kelman, I. (2009). Many strong voices from Arctic and Island peoples, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 284-295, more
  • Rogne, O. (2009). The need for Arctic data: Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks (SAON), in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 298-301, more
  • Frolov, A.V.; Kattsov, V.M. (2009). Predicting Arctic climate: Knowledge gaps and uncertainties, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 302-312, more
  • Haugan, P.M. (2009). Observatories for understanding Arctic change, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 313-318, more
  • Larsen, J.N. (2009). Arctic monitoring systems: The challenge for the social sciences, in: UNESCO (2009). Climate change and Arctic sustainable development: Scientific, social, cultural and educational challenges. pp. 319-327, more

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