The Circle is distributed free to around 3,000 arctic stakeholders worldwide, and each issue focuses on one specific Arctic-related topic.
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The Circle 03.14
This edition of The Circle delves into why Asian states are interested in the Arctic Council, and ...
The Circle 02.14
Protecting Arctic Biodiversity
The Circle 01.14
Arctic tourism: boon or bust?
The Circle 03.13
Wanted: a global plan for polar bears
The Circle 02.13
Protecting the Last Ice Area
The Circle 01.13
The Arctic Council - A New Era of Action?
The Circle 04.12
Ice whales: where are they going?
The Circle 03.12
Protected Areas and Beyond
The Circle 02.12
Arctic fisheries: Global importance, growing threats
The Circle 01.12
Managing Arctic natural resources in times of rapid change
About The Circle
The Circle is distributed free to around 3,000 arctic stakeholders worldwide, including government officials and publicly-elected representatives, indigenous organisations, conservationists, scientists, NGOs, libraries, and business executives. The goal is to inform decision-makers, scientists and the interested public about arctic environmental and development issues.
The name is an obvious reference to the Arctic Circle, but is also suggestive of all of the systemic linkages in the Arctic, circular self-perpetuating processes that keep the Arctic in balance. Many of these systems are now being destabilized by threats such as climate change. We hope that this publication will bring forward ideas on how to address the threats, and keep the Arctic in balance.