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Arctic Early Warning - The Impact of Climate Change on the Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic

Arctic Early Warning - The Impact of Climate Change on the Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic

TimeLoc
18 May 2005
Berlin
Germany

The Impact of Climate Change on the Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic was the theme of a an Expert Roundtable with Representatives of Circumpolar Indigenous Peoples moderated by R. Andreas Kraemer in the context of opening the new Canadian Embassy in Berlin. It was convened jointly by the Embassy of Canada in Berlin, in partnership with the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ecologic, and the Indigenous Peoples’ Secretariat of the Arctic Council on 18 May 2005.

The Arctic has been described as an indicator region for global environmental health. Both in the case of persistent organic pollutants and in the case of global warming, detrimental effects on indigenous peoples are becoming visible throughout the region - impacts that will also be felt in other parts of the world. The event in the Canadian Embassy was preceded by an Ecologic Dinner Dialogue with John Crump on 13 October 2004 which discussed possible impacts and the actions taken by the Arctic Council in response to these threats.

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Date
18 May 2005
Location
Berlin, Germany
Keywords
Climate change, global warming, melting ice, Arctic, Canada, US, USA, Norway, Russia, Inuit, chemical pollution, POPs