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New issue of Nordregio News
Nordic Centre for Spatial DevelopmentNordregio is a leading international Nordic research institute in the broad field of regional studies.
Tourism is the world's largest industry and has a significant environmental impact. A new book about local and sustainable nature tourism presents alternatives for exotic and exciting experiences that the local landscape holds.
Climate negotiations are challenged by competing national and business interests that create stumbling blocks to success. A new book with a contribution from Senior Research Fellow Lisa Van Well looks at how these obstacles can be dealt with.
Each issue provides multiple perspectives on a specific theme of regional development. With Nordregio News you will also be kept up to date on the interesting research results produced at Nordregio.
In order to improve the preconditions for cross-border labour mobility, cooperation between all relevant actors needs to be intensified. Also targeted information has to be made available for those interested in working abroad and those willing to employ cross-border workers. This is the message of a new policy brief from the CentralBaltic JobFerry project.
The Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) was released at the Arctic Council Ministerial on May 15th in Kiruna, Sweden. The report emphasises an opportunity for proactive action that can minimize or prevent problems that would be costly or impossible to reverse in the future.
Challenges to Local Government Innovation
Planning for Polycentricity in European Metropolitan Areas
Implementing the Concept of Smart Specialisation in the Nordic Countries
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