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REXSAC led discussions at the Annual Impact Assessment Conference (IAIA19) in Brisbane

There is an urgency to improve methods for assessment of cumulative impacts of future resource extraction activities, especially in the Arctic where the pressure from…

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Evidence of the impacts of metal mining and the effectiveness of mining mitigation measures on social–ecological systems in Arctic and boreal regions: a systematic map protocol

This paper is part of a project,  3MK, which aims to develop a multiple evidence base methodology combining systematic review approaches with documentation of Indigenous…

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Sami’s limited influence in state processes hot topic in Almedalen in July

Sami’s limited influence in state processes has caused all mining operations on Sami land to be appealed recently. Rasmus Kløcker Larsen, REXSAC researcher at Stockholm Environment…

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REXSAC PhD student, Calle Österlin, interviewed for SvD series on Sami rights

REXSAC PhD student, Calle Österlin was interviewed in connection with the ongoing series about Sami rights in Northern Sweden in the Swedish newspaper, Svenska Dagbladet.…

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New REXSAC report highlighted in SvD series on Sami land rights

In a series of articles, SvD reviews the conflict that has occurred over half Sweden’s surface. On the one hand, the Sami and their rights…

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New report: Mining industry perspectives on indigenous rights

A new report by REXSAC researcher, Rebecca Lawrence : Mining industry perspectives on indigenous rights: Corporate complacency and political uncertainty, in the The Extractive Industries and Society is now available.   …

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New Blog for World Policy Institute: Why should we care about the Arctic?

REXSAC researcher, Annika E. Nilsson, kicks off new bi-monthly series about the Arctic as guest blogger with two other colleagues on the World Policy website. Answering…

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Poison and profit: mining on traditional lands

In the underground depths of northern Canada lies a monster. That’s how Mary Rose Sundberg of the Goyatiko Language Society describes the 237,000 tons of…

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Mining settlements in transition – Reflections from Svalbard

“The road you see down there, that’s the most expensive road in Norway,” says one of the helicopter pilots as he takes us for a…

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