Fondahl, Gail

Northern Sustainabilities: Understanding and Addressing Change in the Circumpolar World

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Table of contents

1. Exploring Sustainabilities in the Circumpolar North
Gail Fondahl, Gary N. Wilson

Part I. Conceptualizing and Measuring Arctic Sustainability

2. Politics of Sustainability in the Arctic: A Research Agenda
Ulrik Pram Gad, Uffe Jakobsen, Jeppe Strandsbjerg

3. Uranium: The Road to “Economic Self-Sustainability for Greenland”? Changing Uranium-Positions in Greenlandic Politics
Lill Rastad Bjørst

4. Tensions Between Environmental, Economic and Energy Security in the Arctic
Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv

5. Sustainable Security in the Arctic and Military Cooperation
Michał Łuszczuk

6. Measuring Community Adaptive and Transformative Capacity in the Arctic Context
Matthew Berman, Gary Kofinas, Shauna BurnSilver

7. Political and Fiscal Limitations of Inuit Self-Determination in the Canadian Arctic
Umut Riza Ozkan, Stephan Schott

8. The Social Life of Political Institutions Among the Nunavik Inuit (Arctic Québec, Canada)
Caroline Hervé

Part II. Challenges to Sustainability

9. Gendered Consequences of Climate Change in Rural Yakutia
Liliia Vinokurova

10. Activating Adaptive Capacities: Fishing Communities in Northern Norway
Ingrid Bay-Larsen, Grete K. Hovelsrud

11. Signs of Non-recognition: Colonized Linguistic Landscapes and Indigenous Peoples in Chersky, Northeastern Siberia
Lena Sidorova, Jenanne Ferguson, Laur Vallikivi

12. Barriers to Sustainable Health Promotion and Injury Prevention in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Audrey R. Giles, Lauren A. Brooks-Cleator, Catherine T. R. Glass

13. Foreign Bodies in the Russian North: On the Physiological and Psychological Adaptation of Soviet Settlers and ‘Oil Nomads’ to the Oil-Rich Arctic
Rémy Rouillard

14. Rights and Responsibilities: Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations in the Russian Oil and Gas Sector
Emma Wilson

15. When Municipalities Met Goliat on the Coast of Finnmark: Collaborative Dynamics Between Local Authorities and an International Oil and Gas Company
Toril Ringholm

16. Human Capital and Sustainable Development in the Arctic: Towards Intellectual and Empirical Framing
Andrey N. Petrov

Part III. Advancing Sustainability

17. From Lone Wolves to Relational Reindeer: Revealing Anthropological Myths and Methods in the Arctic
Stacy Rasmus, Olga Ulturgasheva

18. Building Relationships in the Arctic: Indigenous Communities and Scientists
Heather Sauyaq Jean Gordon

19. Beginnings of a Rural Sustainability Paradigm: The Arctic as Case in Point
Susan A. Crate

20. Urbanisation and Land Use Management in the Arctic: An Investigative Overview
Ryan Weber, Rasmus Ole Rasmussen, Lyudmila Zalkind, Anna Karlsdottir, Sámal T. F. Johansen, Jukka Terräs, Kjell Nilsson

21. “You Need to Be a Well-Rounded Cultural Person”: Youth Mentorship Programs for Cultural Preservation, Promotion, and Sustainability in the Nunatsiavut Region of Labrador
Ashlee Cunsolo, Inez Shiwak, Michele Wood

22. Practicing Sustainable Art in the Arctic: Two Case Studies
Herminia Din

23. Meaning and Means of “Sustainability”: An Example from the Inuit Settlement Region of Nunatsiavut, Northern Labrador
Rudolf Riedlsperger, Christina Goldhar, Tom Sheldon, Trevor Bell

Keywords: Environment, Sustainable Development, Environmental Law/Policy/Ecojustice, Community & Population Ecology, Environmental Health, Cultural Heritage

Publication year
Springer Polar Sciences
Page amount
15 pages
Natural Sciences
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