Arctic Summer College Director,
Ecologic Institute Berlin
Arne Riedel is a Fellow at Ecologic Institute, member of the Ecologic Legal team and coordinates the Institute's activities on Arctic issues. He has been working on the Development of Options for a German Environmental Policy for the Arctic for the German Federal Ministry of the Environment from 2012 to 2013 and co-authored the Gap Analysis Report in a Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment of the Development of the Arctic for the European Commission's (EC) Directorate-General for the Environment (DG Environment) from 2013 to 2014. Arne Riedel’s work on the Arctic marine area and Arctic governance resulted inter alia in book chapters in “Arctic Marine Governance – Opportunities for Transatlantic Cooperation” (Tedsen E. et al., eds., 2014), in “The Changing Arctic and the European Union” (Stepien A. et al., eds., forthcoming), and in “Regionen und Regionalismus in den Internationalen Beziehungen” (Koschut S., ed., forthcoming). He also speaks regularly on Arctic governance aspects, the latest round tables being “Climate Change, Adaptation and Sustainability in the Arctic” at the Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi (November 18-19, 2014) and “Arctic Deeply – Arctic Energy and Sustainable Growth” at the Embassy of Canada, Washington DC (April 13 2015).