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Article – Challenging Tourism Landscapes of Southwest Greenland: Identifying Social and Cultural Capital for Sustainable Tourism Development

In this article, we identify and discuss the possibilities, limitations, and challenges of sustainable tourism development in Southwest Greenland through a consideration of dimensions of…

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Article – How moose diet and metabolism differ across biogeographic zones

As northern ecosystems across the globe experience extensive changes in land use and climate at accelerated rates, it becomes crucial to understand how animals in…

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Sami village was affected more than expected by mining

REXSAC researcher Rasmus Kløcker Larsen has been featured in an article in SVT Nyheter, following the publication of new research on the impacts of mining…

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Book – Tourism Geopolitics: Assemblages of Infrastructure, Affect, and Imagination

By the start of the century, nearly one billion international travellers were circulating the globe annually, placing tourism among the worlds’ most ubiquitous geopolitical encounters.…

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Book – Anthropocene Ecologies: Entanglements of Tourism, Nature and Imagination

Anthropocene Ecologies brings political ecology and tourism studies to bear on the Anthropocene. Through a collective examination of political ecologies of the Anthropocene by leading scholars…

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Article – Countering “Arctification”: Dawson City’s “Sourtoe Cocktail”

The purpose of this paper is to focus on the Sourtoe Cocktail, a custom in Dawson City, Canada’s Yukon, in which participants drink a shot…

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