The new & approved CARC website is updated regularly. Here you will find all sorts of information on the current state of #caribou , #development in the north and #environmentalassessment . If you haven't visited yet, please do! If you want to get involved leave a comment here or message us. #Arctic #environment #community #security ... See MoreSee Less
Board member P. Whitney Lackenbauer contributes to a new book on China & the Arctic. It's timely, with some fresh thinking and you can download the ebook on our website: carc.org/p-whitney-lackenbauer...
"The information released Monday did not outline the expected value of the project to Northern Indigenous people, or to Northern companies, though bids were evaluated in terms of Indigenous training, employment, sub-contractor and supplier selection." The expected value of this project to the people of the north would be great data to have in order to evaluate future development. #GiantMine #NWT ... See MoreSee Less
Board member P. Whitney Lackenbauer contributes to a new book on China & the Arctic. It's timely, with some fresh thinking and you can download the ebook on our website: carc.org/p-whitney-lackenbauer-ph-d/ #China #Arctic #trade #investment #sustainabledevelopment ... See MoreSee Less
"Coupled with its promise to adhere to international law and play by the rules, China has made a deliberate effort to allay concerns raised by many academic and media commentators that its designs are nefarious or revisionist." Board member P. Whitney Lackenbauer's new book argues that China's Arctic Ambitions may not be a bad thing for the region. ... See MoreSee Less