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Record #140039:

Environmental protection in the Polar regions: a bureaucrat's view / John A. Heap.

Title: Environmental protection in the Polar regions: a bureaucrat's view / John A. Heap.
Author(s): Heap, John A.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Longyearbyen, Norway: Norwegian Polar Institute
In: Deep ecology in the high Arctic 1994 - International Ecophilosophical Symposium Svalbard, Norway, 29th August - 2nd September 1994. (1996.),
Abstract: Traditionalist environmentalist view of vast unpopulated space in Polar regions is that it should be left inviolate. This depends on forbearance in exercise of interests which are elsewhere seen as legitimate. Such situation is politically unstable, inviting eventual failure. 1991 Protocol on Environmental Protection to Antarctic Treaty, devoting Antarctica to "peace and science", sacrifices exercise of legitimate interests and is unstable. Talk ends with list of politically important differences between Arctic and Antarctic and speculation about future effectiveness of IASC.
Notes:

In: Deep ecology in the high Arctic 1994 - International Ecophilosophical Symposium Svalbard, Norway, 29th August - 2nd September 1994 / Elisabeth Stoltz Larsen, Robin Buzza, eds.

Keywords: .000(410) -- British author: SPRI.
32 -- Politics.
327.9 -- Joint ventures.
341.24 -- Treaties, international: 1991 Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty.
502 -- Environmental issues.
504.06 -- Environmental protection.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 140039

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