Climate Change and Displacement for Indigenous Communities in Arctic Scandinavia

Brookings Institution / by Ilan Kelman and Marius Warg Næss
http://bit.ly/11fqaRR

This paper explores anthropogenic climate change influencing displacement/migration for the Saami in Finland, Norway and Sweden near or above the Arctic Circle. Norway plays a large role throughout this discussion because (i) most residents in Arctic Scandinavia live in Norway, (ii) most indigenous peoples in Arctic Scandinavia live in Norway, and (iii) Norway is the only country of the three which has Arctic coastline…

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