A helicopter from the Swedish icebreaker Oden lands on an ice floe to pick up crew members retrieving a data recorder on Arctic marine life movements, in the Canadian Arctic on July 25. Sweden is one of the eight members of the Arctic Council, whose mission is cooperation on environmental protection, sustainable development, and avoidance of military or strategic matters. Photo: Inner Space Centre via Reuters
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

As melting ice opens up Arctic routes, can the US set aside China and Russia rivalry for climate’s sake?

  • The US omission of climate change matters at the Arctic Council summit in Finland and sabre-rattling on regional rivalries are causes for concern

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A helicopter from the Swedish icebreaker Oden lands on an ice floe to pick up crew members retrieving a data recorder on Arctic marine life movements, in the Canadian Arctic on July 25. Sweden is one of the eight members of the Arctic Council, whose mission is cooperation on environmental protection, sustainable development, and avoidance of military or strategic matters. Photo: Inner Space Centre via Reuters
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