The Governance of the Arctic Marine Environment
Från Christine Forssell
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As ice recedes, the Arctic natural environment, its inhabitants' livelihood, and its political arrangement will change forever. In this video, Gabriela Argüello discusses her work on Arctic marine ecosystems' protection and the relationship of her research to Sustainable Development Goals, in particular, Goal 14: Life Below Water. From a regulatory perspective, Gabriela's interests lie in two main aspects. The first concerns the possibilities to strengthen the cooperation among States, international organizations, and civil society to mitigate and adapt to climate change. The second relates to legal alternatives for marine biological diversity conservation.
Gabriela Argüello holds a Doctoral degree in Maritime and Transport Law from the University of Gothenburg and a Master in Maritime Law from Lund University (Sweden). Her research interests relate to global environmental challenges of the marine environment and the governance of the oceans. Currently, Gabriela is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Law focusing on large scale collective action at the Centre for Collective Action Research (CeCAR).