Location: UCI School of Law
The aim of this two-day program is to explore ideas of what is needed for maintaining or improving governance, primarily but not exclusively environmental, in the Arctic region. The program will end with a session showcasing research by scholars who are working in the area of participatory science in the Arctic.
Betsy Baker, Vermont Law School
Michael Byers, University of British Columbia, CANADA
Joseph DiMento, UC Irvine School of Law
Tore Henriksen, The Arctic University of Norway, NORWAY
Brian Israel, United States Department of State
Timo Koivurova, The Northern Institute for Environmental and Minority Law, FINLAND
Tullio Scovazzi, Universita degli Studi Milano-Bicocca, ITALY
Peter Sköld, Arctic Research Centre, Umeå University, SWEDEN
Oran Young, UC Santa Barbara
Arn Keeling (via Skype), Memorial University of Newfoundland, CANADA
Elizabeth Mendenhall, The Johns Hopkins University
May-Britt Öhman, Uppsala University, SWEDEN
Mark Vardy, Queens University, CANADA
Jordan Diamond, UC Berkeley School of Law
Robert E. Lutz, Southwestern School of Law
UCI School of Law, Newkirk Center for Science & Society, Center for Land, Environment, and Natural Resources, Berkeley Law of the Sea Institute, Center for Unconventional Security Affairs, UCI Center in Law, Society and Culture, Fulbright Canada; Consulate General of Canada Los Angeles; Consulate General of Finland Los Angeles; Norwegian Consulate General San Francisco; Consulate General of Sweden San Francisco
More detailed information on times and location coming soon.
No rsvp required.