Issue 2014:1 is a special issue. Guest editor is professor Tore Henriksen. The articles are based on presentations from the conference ”Extractive Industries in the North – What about Environmental Law and Indigenous Peoples Rights?” held at the University of Tromsø, Norway, in November 2013:
- Tore Henriksen: Extracting industries in the North: What about Environmental Law and Indigenous Peoples’ Law?
- Susann Funderud Skogvang: Extractive Industries in the North – What about Environmental Law and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights?
- Mattias Åhren: International Human Rights Law Relevant to Natural Resource Extraction in Indigenous
Territories – An Overview
- Ingvild Jakobsen: Extractive Industries in Arctic: The International Legal Framework for the Protection of the Environment
- Ole Kristian Fauchald: Regulating Environmental Impacts of Mining in Norway
- Ruslan Garipov: Extractive Industries and Minority Peoples’ Rights in Russia
- Michael Burger: Narratives in Conflicts: Alaska Natives and Offshore Drilling in the Arctic
- Maria Kristina Labba: Mineral Activities on Sámi Reindeer Grazing Land in Sweden
- Rutherford Hubbard: Mining in Greenland and Free, Prior and Informed Consent: a Role
- Timo Koivurova and Anna Petrétei: Enacting a New Mining Act in Finland – How were Sami Rights and Interests Taken into Account?
Next regular issue, 2014:2, is planned for July 2014.
Gabriel Michanek, editor
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