October 15, 2010

EU Clashes with Greenland over Arctic

Terry Macalister, The Guardian

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Arctic Council told it is failing to safeguard the region, while EU accused of 'panic reactions' over deep-water drilling ban.

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TAGGED: Arctic Ocean, Greenland, European Union, EU, Arctic Council

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