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课程概述

Welcome to Arctic: Development! In this third in a series of Arctic MOOCs, brought to you by a unique partnership between the University of Alberta and UiT The Arctic University of Norway, we will be exploring regional development in a changing arctic. In this 4-week course, you will investigate the role that natural resources play across the Indigenous, Nordic, Russian and North American Arctics, different strategies for resource management in different regions, and how these affect community planning and development efforts in an increasingly populated part of the world. We'll also see how climate change is dramatically impacting the Arctic, and examine a number of adaptations that different arctic communities are implementing to combat rapid, climate-influenced change. By the end of this course, you will have an idea of the opportunities presented to and difficulties faced by members of northern communities, and gain an understanding of just what regional development looks like in a changing Arctic....

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DH
Apr 29, 2021

Excellent content and the Instructors were well versed in the history and geography of the Arctic regions. A refreshing approach to an important region of the earths northern exposures.

SM
Jun 4, 2021

Very good introduction to the impact of climate change, development and future of the Arctic!

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1 - Arctic Development 的 4 个评论(共 4 个)

创建者 Dwight H

Apr 30, 2021

Excellent content and the Instructors were well versed in the history and geography of the Arctic regions. A refreshing approach to an important region of the earths northern exposures.

创建者 Sheri L M

Jun 4, 2021

Very good introduction to the impact of climate change, development and future of the Arctic!

创建者 Monica R

Aug 13, 2021

I liked the content, the pace of speech and explanatory media.

创建者 Jimmy C

Oct 2, 2021

Very interesting topics, as Arctic issues are great reference to many development projects around the globe. Thanks the course team for the great sharing! However, the course contents are a bit vague and general, since the instructors mainly focus on concepts.

It would be helpful if mentioning more cases. or focusing on fewer countries (instead of covering all Arctic regions)