Collaboration on book series “Informed Decisionmaking for Sustainability”

We live in a global-interconnected civilization with the challenge to balance national interests and common interests for the benefit of all on Earth across generations. Arctic Frontiers is an international forum where issues of science diplomacy, governance, and sustainable development are traditionally raised and discussed. In 2022, through the collaboration with the Science Diplomacy Center (EvREsearch LTD) and Springer, presenters at the Arctic Frontiers conference will have the possibility to contribute to the book Pan-Arctic Implementation of Coupled Governance and Infrastructure, which is the third volume in the Informed Decisionmaking for Sustainability book series published by Springer. We are seeking international and interdisciplinary contributions inclusively. Please see additional details below.

In collaboration with Arctic Frontiers, the first volume of the Springer book series – Governing Arctic Seas: Regional Lessons from the Bering Strait and Barents Sea (Editors: Oran R. Young, Paul Arthur Berkman, Alexander N. Vylegzhanin) – was launched at Arctic Frontiers 2020.  At the same meeting, the second volume – Building Common Interests in the Arctic Ocean with Global Inclusion (Editors: Paul Arthur Berkman, Oran R. Young, Alexander N. Vylegzhanin, David A. Balton and Ole Øvretveit) – was initiated.  This second volume will be published later this year and launched at Arctic Frontiers 2022, when the third will be initiated with your contributions, involving the editorial team of Paul Arthur Berkman, Anu Fredrikson, Mike Sfraga, Alexander N. Vylegzhanin, and Oran R. Young.

Additional details for contributions to Pan-Arctic Implementation of Coupled Governance and Infrastructure. Volume 3. Informed Decisionmaking for Sustainability, including abstract submissions, can be found here.

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