Transboundary Governance Capacity in the Arctic: Insights for Effective Arctic Governance
Kathryn Freidman | BIG Policy Briefs
The Arctic is one of the Earth’s most sensitive and vulnerable ecosystems impacted by climate change. Countries are jockeying to claim territory, exert political control and capture the vast natural resources this region possesses – resources that are becoming increasingly accessible due to warming temperatures. Proper governance therefore is critical to preserving the Arctic’s future.
Kathryn Freidman, Director of Cross-Border and International Research, University at Buffalo (SUNY)