12th Polar Law Symposium
Hobart, 1-4 December 2019

PCRC-ArCS Special Session

PCRC-ArCS Special Sessions at the 12th Polar Law Symposium in Hobart was composed of two panels below. The report on this special session is now available from here: PCRC-ArCS Special Session – Arctic legal and policy research 2020-25.

Day 2, Tuesday, 3 December 2019

9:00 - 10:30   Future Agenda for Post-ArCS
Legal and Policy Research 2020-25 #1 
Akiho Shibata 

  • Kentaro Nishimoto (Tohoku University, Japan)
    "Post-ArCS Arctic Law and Policy Research: Agendas for 2020-2025”

  • Betsy Baker (North Pacific Research Board, United States)
    “Networking Regional and National Arctic Science Programs into a Joint Program of Scientific Research and Monitoring for the Central Arctic Ocean (CAO)”

  • Tanja Joona (University of Lapland, Finland)
    “Arctic Challenge for Sustainability – Intergenerational Everyday Life Perspective on Traditional Livelihoods and Climate Change”

  • 11:00〜12:30   Future Agenda for Post-ArCS
    Legal and Policy Research 2020-25 #2 
    Akiho Shibata 

  • Baozhi Cheng (Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, China)
    "Co-Progressiveness of Arctic Governance and the Initiative of Polar Silk Road”

  • Mana Tugend (University of Akureyri, Iceland) and Dorothee Cambou (University of Helsinki, Finland)
    “Conservation for Sustainable Development and Human Rights: An Analysis of the Establishment of Inuit Marine Protected Areas and their Impacts on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples”

  • Romain Chuffart (Durham Law School, United Kingdom), Sakiko Hataya (Kobe University, Japan), Osamu Inagaki (Kobe University, Japan) and Lindsay Arthur (University of Akureyri, Iceland)
    “The Expanding Role of Arctic Council Observer States: Implementing Japanese Arctic Policy in this New Context”

  • Alexandra Carleton (University of Sydney)
    "Fish Going North: New Routes, New Trade, New Disease in the Arctic”

  • * For those two panels, all presenters are requested to clearly set out research themes and plans that should/could be pursued under the post-ArCS project for the year 2020-25, in collaboration with Kobe PCRC and other universities and research institutions. In this context, please refer to the current research under ArCS 2015-2020 undertaken at Kobe PCRC and in general.

    In addition, all presenters are encouraged to pursue such collaborative research with Kobe PCRC and to make presentation at 13th Polar Law Symposium to be held in Kobe, Japan, 23-25 November 2020.

    Poster Session on ArCS Research Results

  • Hajime Kimura (JAMSTEC, Japan)
    "The Board Game for "Changing Arctic" as a Tool for Education and Collaborative Research”