Implications of an Ice-Free Arctic for Global Security
Published: November 6, 2009
Professor Klaus Dodds (Royal Holloway, University of London), who visited ACDIS in November 2009 to participate in a symposium on Arctic security, appeared on local NPR interview program "Focus 580" (WILL-AM 580 radio, Champaign-Urbana) to discuss the geopolitical and global security implications of melting ice in the Arctic.
Listen to RealPlayer file (51 mins.)
- Symposium event information - "Global Security, Climate Change, and the Arctic: Implications of an Open Northwest Passage"
- Symposium streaming video (featuring panelists Bill Chapman, Klaus Dodds, Ingrid Lundestad, and Michael Byers)
- Symposium print journal publication, Swords and Ploughshares - "Global Security, Climate Change, and the Arctic"