Commentary: Future Greenland 2015: Tourism as the future of Greenland?

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Resumé

Every second year the Greenlandic Business Association host the two-day conference “Future Greenland” in Nuuk. The main theme of this year conference was “Growth and welfare – scenarios for the development of Greenland”. The conference had more than 400 participants - mostly from Denmark and Greenland - but the format of the conference seems to be opening up for international business partners. This year’s conference facilitated a dialogue in Greenlandic, Danish and English. Next year even more interpreters will be needed. To strengthen the outreach, the conference was broadcasted live via KNR (Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa - Greenlandic Broadcasting Corporation) to the rest of Greenland which made the conference even more important as a platform for dialogue on the future of Greenland.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelArctic Yearbook 2015
RedaktørerLassi Heininen, Heather Exner-Pirot, Joël Plouffe
Antal sider3
ForlagNorthern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic
Publikationsdato9 okt. 2015
StatusUdgivet - 9 okt. 2015
BegivenhedFuture Greenland 2015 - Katuaq, Nuuk, Grønland
Varighed: 6 maj 20157 maj 2015

Konference

KonferenceFuture Greenland 2015
LokationKatuaq
LandGrønland
ByNuuk
Periode06/05/201507/05/2015
NavnArctic Yearbook
Vol/bind2015
ISSN2298-2418

Emneord

  • Business
  • Greenland
  • Arctic
  • Tourism

Citer dette

Bjørst, L. R. (2015). Commentary: Future Greenland 2015: Tourism as the future of Greenland? . I L. Heininen, H. Exner-Pirot, & J. Plouffe (red.), Arctic Yearbook 2015 Northern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic. Arctic Yearbook, Bind. 2015
Bjørst, Lill Rastad. / Commentary: Future Greenland 2015 : Tourism as the future of Greenland? . Arctic Yearbook 2015. red. / Lassi Heininen ; Heather Exner-Pirot ; Joël Plouffe. Northern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic, 2015. (Arctic Yearbook, Bind 2015).
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Bjørst, LR 2015, Commentary: Future Greenland 2015: Tourism as the future of Greenland? . i L Heininen, H Exner-Pirot & J Plouffe (red), Arctic Yearbook 2015. Northern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic, Arctic Yearbook, bind 2015, Future Greenland 2015, Nuuk, Grønland, 06/05/2015.

Commentary: Future Greenland 2015 : Tourism as the future of Greenland? . / Bjørst, Lill Rastad.

Arctic Yearbook 2015. red. / Lassi Heininen; Heather Exner-Pirot; Joël Plouffe. Northern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic, 2015. (Arctic Yearbook, Bind 2015).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingKommentarForskning

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