On China's implications for @NATO , @jensstoltenberg says "This is not about moving NATO into the South China Sea, but it is about taking into account that China is coming closer to us, in the Arctic, in Africa, investing heavily in our infrastructure…" #NATOEngages
We crafted funding bills that invest in development of Arctic infrastructure, help maintain the Permafrost Tunnel Research Facility in Alaska, spur the development of cold weather gear for soldiers, strengthen America’s leadership capabilities in the region, and so much more.
Learn about the cooperative infrastructure network that has the potential to play a contributing role to informing policy dialogues and planning for the North American Arctic:
Permafrost melt could destabilize a third of all Arctic infrastructure, displace 4 million people
During the for , I met with #ArcticCircle2018eland President Gudni Johannesson'>I #ArcticCircle2018eland President Gudni Johannesson to discuss ways our nations can partner to create a robust & sustainable future for the Arctic region. We discussed the economy to Arctic shipping and infrastructure needs.
We’re working with the Territories to shape the future of the North together - thanks to , , and Premier Bob McLeod for a great discussion focused on infrastructure, jobs, carbon pollution pricing, and the Arctic Policy Framework.
China's infrastructure push reaches the Arctic, further isolating the U.S.
Arctic projects: continental shelf exploration, further development of the Northern Sea Route and navigation infrastructure