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Arctic Homeland: Kinship, Community and Development in Northwest Greenland
Antarctic Seals Research Methods and Techniques Edited by R. M. LAWS Foreword by DONALD B. SINIFF The Antarctic is the world's most important habitat for seals, currently supporting more seals than
Rural Communities and Well-Being: A Good Place to Grow Up?
This study looks at young people's accounts of life in communities in rural northern Scotland, and considers in what ways affective and social aspects of community are bound up with well-being, over
Protecting the Arctic: Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Survival
1. Indigenous Peoples and the Arctic Environment 2. Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development 3. Sustaining Environmental Co-operation 4. Cultural Preservation Through Cultural
Managing predators, managing reindeer: contested conceptions of predator policies in Finland's southeast reindeer herding area
ABSTRACT Preserving biodiversity and establishing healthy and thriving populations of predator animals are the expressed aims of many wildlife and ecosystem conservation projects and initiatives.
Anticipation, climate change, and movement in Greenland
Drawing and reflecting on long-term research and fieldwork in Greenland, I seek through this article to broaden the discussion of adaptation, vulnerability, and resilience in the climate change
Tipping Points and the Human World: Living with Change and Thinking about the Future
The term “tipping point” has become increasingly popular in scientific and media usage to refer to the world in which we live, to describe the probable effects of the processes arising from the