INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENT

Tromsø, Norway 24-29 January 2016

 

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24 - 29 January 2016, Tromsø, Norway

The Arctic is a global crossroad between commercial and environmental interests. The region holds substantial natural resources and many actors are investigating ways to utilise these for economic gain. Others view the Arctic as a particularly pristine and vulnerable environment and highlight the need to limit industrial development.

Arctic Frontiers 2016 will discuss the balance between resource utilisation and preservation, and between industrial and environmental interests in the Arctic. Envisioning a well-planned, well-governed, and sustainable development in the Arctic, how can improved Arctic stewardship help balance environmental concerns with industrial expansion? How can the industrial footprints from future business activities be minimised? And last, but not least, what role will existing and emerging technologies play in making industrial development profitable and environmentally friendly, securing a sustainable growth scenario for Arctic communities?

Arctic Frontiers 2015 - Climate & Energy

Presentations: Policy | Business | Science

Programs: Policy | Business | Science

Book of Abstracts


Senior Partners:

Weblogo TF Weblogo UiT Weblogo ConocoPhillips Weblogo UD Weblogo NFR weblogo ARCTOS weblogo Akvaplan

Partners:

 
weblogo HI weblogo Barents weblogo SINTEF weblogo SNN weblogo DNV weblogo Kystverket
weblogo UNIS weblogo Norskromsenter weblogo UiB weblogo AVN Weblogo IN weblogo NTNU

Associated Partners:

 
weblogo NORUT weblogo UArctic weblogo FramCentre weblogo NP weblogo APECS weblogo Tromso
weblogo AMAP weblogo UIS weblogo NOG  weblogo NODE weblogo NIVA weblogo Nofima
    weblogo ICNGD Weblogo RFL    

Friends of the Conference:

 
weblogo ArcticNet weblogo RGS weblogo FNI Weblogo businessoulu International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry weblogo KMI