Where We Live: Leadership in the Arctic
what’s being done to deal with more human activity in the Arctic?
Rising global temperatures means a shrinking ice cap in the arctic. But it also means a new maritime frontier for oil exploration, shipping and tourism. But how to deal with all of this increased human traffic in a place not really made for humans? The United States Coast Guard Academy and the Law of the Sea Institute at the University of California's Berkeley School of Law are sponsoring a two-day conference called “Leadership for the Arctic.”