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To manage the perceived conflict of interest among various stakeholders in Arctic affairs a strong governance and administration or various Arctic issues ought to be in place. It functions as a coordinator, protecting the interest of the Arctic nation remains important in the event any conflicting demands and expectations are demonstrated by other than Arctic nations. Iceland, the Kingdom of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Canada, and the United States form the core of the Arctic Council, an international governing body for the region. Over four million people live in the Arctic, and their livelihoods are directly tied to its future.
Environmental Policy | Marine Biology