Finland supports EU in the Arctic

Today, the Arctic has become the focal point in international discussions ranging from the environment and climate change to energy, security, transport, tourism and the future of indigenous peoples.

Hannu Halinen
Published: Wednesday, 04/14/2010 12:00 am EDT

Today, the Arctic has become the focal point in international discussions ranging from the environment and climate change to energy, security, transport, tourism and the future of indigenous peoples. Climate change is an indisputable fact with wide-reaching consequences; it signifies the single most important development in the Arctic region, and carries a global reach. As such, the Arctic is the subject of rapidly increasing interest in Finland.

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