Arctic: Local Changes, Global Implications
Monday 4th April 2016, 18.00, Location TBC
Changes in the Arctic landscape are altering the relationship Arctic and non-Arctic states alike have with the Far North. Opportunities created by rapid environmental changes in the Arctic have sparked numerous debates regarding the global consequences of the development of natural resources and shipping routes, as well as their impact on the local communities and regional states.
Jennifer Brindisi (Moderator) – Former London Executive Director of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, Board Member PS21.
Wim Jolles – Director of European Operations at Canatec and an Arctic shipping specialist.
Michael Burgass – Marine scientist within the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science, University of Oxford developing indicators to assess ocean health for the high Arctic.
Dr Klaus Dodds – Professor at Royal Holloway specialising in geopolitics, security, and international governance of the Antarctic and the Arctic.
Registration will begin at 5:30 and the event will commence at 6:00. Please note that we will not be able to guarantee entry to those arriving after 6:15.
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