Call for papers for the final conference of the ICE-LAW project
The ICE LAW Project investigates the potential for a legal framework that acknowledges the complex geophysical environment in the world’s frozen regions and explores the impact that an ice-sensitive legal system would have on topics ranging from the everyday activities of Arctic residents to the territorial foundations of the modern state.
The ICE LAW Project is holding its final conference over 25-27th April 2019 in Durham, UK.
The conference will feature four elements:
- ICE LAW subproject leaders will discuss findings from the workshops and community meetings that they have been holding for the past three years.
- Four keynote speakers will share their thoughts on topics that join the physical and regulatory environments of the Arctic:
- Michael Bravo (Cambridge) – Professor of Geography and Convener of Circumpolar History and Public Policy Research, Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge University, UK
- Chris Burn (Carleton) – Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies., Supervisor of Carleton’s Graduate…
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