Local infrastructures and global crises in the remote Arctic: implications for the EU arctic policy

Götze, Jacqueline
Externe Publikationen (2022)

in: Arctic Winter College 2021 Policy Briefs (1), 18-22

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crises are both revealing resilience and inequalities in the Arctic region.
These inequalities are manifold, and many relate to infrastructure – either lack of or unequal, not cultural-appropriate access to them in a remote context.
Infrastructure can provide an overarching framework for policymaking in the Arctic, also for the EU.
The EU should consider the relevance of the local level more strategically and link this relevance to infrastructure issues

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Götze, Jacqueline

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