The Circle 01.17
Published 25 April 2017
Finland takes the chair
Change continues apace in the Arctic – faster than anywhere else on the planet. Monitoring, mitigating and managing that change will be Finland’s chief concern as it takes its turn chairing the Arctic Council for the next two years.
Find out how it plans to do that, and how other Arctic countries, Permanent Participants – the six Indigenous groups represented at the Council – and the non-Arctic Observer states intend to be involved in this mandate here, in the most recent edition of The Circle, your international eye on the Arctic.
- The Circle: Finland takes the chair