Politicians make promises on Arctic policy
Renewable energy to be a priority, and international shipping rules must be established, Arctic parliamentarians decide
By Sarah Hurst
For Petroleum News
While President George Bush and John McCain were denouncing Russia’s actions in Georgia, parliamentarians from the United States, Russia and several other countries were getting together to seek cooperative solutions to burning issues in the Arctic. Talk of the war on the southern border between....
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