25 years of Arctic environmental agency: changing issues and power relations

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Editor(s):
Heininen, Lassi
Published in:
The 2012 Arctic Yearbook, 194-222
Year:
2012
Publisher:
Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi: University of the Arctic
ISBN:
2298–2418
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