- — Aarhus Universitet (@AarhusUni)Fri, Oct 23 2015 11:31:02
- — Arctic Journal (@arctic_journal)Thu, Nov 12 2015 07:22:26Going to #MatchPoints15 today? Here was our preview: Location isn’t everything | The #Arctic Journal http://arcticjournal.com/politics/1952/location-isnt-everything#.VkQ96wXoVCc.twitter …
- — Aarhus Universitet (@AarhusUni)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:02:47
- At the beginning of the conference, the organisers proposed making Hans Island an international park. Read the Aarhus Declaration here: http://matchpoints.au.dk/the-aarhus-declaration/ …
- — Marc Jacobsen (@MarcArctic)Thu, Nov 12 2015 07:03:47
- — Nauja Bianco (@NaujaBianco)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:15:07
- — Parnuna Egede (@ParnunaEgede)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:34:39
- — Jon Burgwald (@JonBurgwald)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:19:33Organisers at #MatchPoints15 suggest Hans Island as international park managed by Nunavut and Greenland. Greenpeace fully support the idea
- — jackooloosie (@jackooloosie)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:19:37I disagree with the Aarhus Declaration re Hans Island. As part of the homeland of the Inughuit it belongs to Greenland. #matchpoints15
- The Hans Island debate sparked debate and helped bring the conference hashtag to the top of the Danish Twitter agenda.
- Michael Byers set the stage for the first panel debate about governance instruments...
- — petra dolata (@fabulierend)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:24:31Byers says Danish-Canadian solution for Hans Island would show Russia benefit of diplomatic solutions, not sure about that #MatchPoints15
- — Arctic Journal (@arctic_journal)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:28:57
- — Arctic Journal (@arctic_journal)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:44:30
MatchPoints 2015 - the Arctic
A Twitter roundup of Thursday's MatchPoints conference debates about security, environment and international co-operation in the Arctic. Nov 12. See videos, speeeches and other conference content on http://matchpoints.au.dk