The UK has a 400-year-old relationship with the Arctic. From its history of sixteenth- century exploration to contemporary leading research on climate change, the UK is more than an interested observer. To ensure clear, evidence-based policy action on energy, maritime resources, scientific discovery and security issues, the UK needs a cross- departmental, integrated strategic approach that signals its commitment to the region.
|Number of pages||79|
|Early online date||21 Jun 2011|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2011|