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Arctic Council, Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (2008) Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Arctic. Project Report. Norsk Polarinstitutt - Norwegian Polar Institute.

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Blom, Anders and Brady, Anne-Marie and Brigham, Lawson and Conley, Heather and Daly, Michael and Hamilton, Neil and Hansen, Rúni M. and Harper, Susan and Henriksen, Sturla and Kamikawa, Yoko and Kortunov, Andrei V. and Minerd, Scott and Pickard, Ann and Roosevelt, Theodore and Smith, Laurence C. and Støre, Jonas Gahr and Tae-Yul, Cho and Treadwell, Mead and Tschudi, Felix H. and Volynets, Artem and Winther, Jan-Gunnar and Yuhang, Wang (2015) Arctic Investment Protocol. Technical Report. World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland.

Burgess, Philip (2018) Indigenous Youth, Food Knowledge & Arctic Change - EALLU. Project Report. Arctic Council Secretariat, Kautokeino, Norway.

Baer, Lars Anders (2010) Study on the impact of climate change adaptation and mitigation measures on reindeer herding. Working Paper. United Nations Economic and Social Council.

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Emmerson, Charles and Lahn, Glada Arctic Opening: Opportunity and Risk in the High North. Project Report. Chatham House.

Eira, Inger Marie G. and Magga , O.H. and Bongo, Mathis P. and Sara, Mikkel Nils and Mathiesen, Svein D. and Oskal, Anders (2008) The Challenges of Arctic Reindeer Herding: The Interface Between Reindeer Herders Knowledge and Modern Understanding of the Ecology, Economy, Sociology and Management of Sami Reindeer Herding. Sami University College.

Erdal, Lisa Independence on the Horizon: A Study of the Interplay Between Sovereignty and Natural Resources in Greenland. Project Report. Fridtjof Nansens Institute .

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Forbes, Bruce C. and Stammler, Florian (2009) Arctic climate change discourse: the contrasting politics of research agendas in the West and Russia. Polar Research (28). pp. 28-42.

Forbes, Bruce C. (2008) Equity, Vulnerability and Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems: a contemporary example from the Russian Arctic. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy, 15. pp. 203-236.

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Glomsrød, Solveig and Aslaksen, Lulie (2006) Economy of the North. Project Report. Statistics Norway, Oslo, Norway.

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Jóhannesson, Hjalti and de Roo, Colette and Robaey, Zoë (2011) Sustainable Planning of Megaprojects in the Circumpolar North - broadening the horizon, gaining insight empowering local stakeholders. Project Report. University of Akureyri Research Centre.

Jernsletten, Johnny-Leo L. and Klokov, Konstantin B. (2002) Sustainable Reindeer Husbandry. [Website]

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Karlsen, James and Kvåle, Gro and Nesje, Liv Mari (2007) Evaluering av Internasjonalt fag- og formidlingssenter for reindrift. [Project]

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Larsen, Joan Nymand Ed. (2010) Arctic Social Indicators - A follow-up to the Arctic Human Development Report. Documentation. Nordic Council of Ministers.

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Marin, Andrei F. (2006) CONFINED AND SUSTAINABLE? A CRITIQUE OF RECENT PASTORAL POLICY FOR REINDEER HERDING IN FINNMARK, NORTHERN NORWAY. NOMADIC PEOPLES, 10. pp. 209-232. ISSN 0822-7942 (Print), ISSN 1752-2366 (Online)

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Nordic Council of Ministers, NCoM (2010) Arctic - Changing Realities. In: Arctic - Changing Realities, Copenahgen, Denmark.

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Pogodaev, Mikhail and Oskal, Anders (2015) YOUTH.THE FUTURE OF REINDEER HERDING PEOPLES. Documentation. Arctic Council.

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Taylor and Francis, Group The Polar Journal. [Website]

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United Nations, - Agenda 21. Documentation. United Nations.

United Nations, - World Conservation Strategy. Project Report. United Nations.

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World Economic, Forum (2014) Demystifying the Arctic. Authored by the Members of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on the Arctic, Davos-Klosters, Switzerland 22-25 January 2014. Working Paper. World Economic Forum.

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