Arctic interview: “More collaboration needed….”

September 30, 2013

The local Arctic newspaper Svalbardposten just published an article from an interview on the results of the ArcAlpNet research project on Svalbard, inviting for the final public workshop to UNIS in Longyearbyen this week on October 1st. The ArcAlpNet project compares resilience of vulnerable communities to environmental change and assesses network governance from a collaboration angle. It provides both a case study on resilience assessment to the Arctic Resilience Report, and locally relevant policy information on the sustainable development of  tourism based economies.

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