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Edward Struzik

Explorer and author
Edward Struzik has lived in, and spent the better part of the past 35 years exploring and writing about, the circumpolar Arctic. He is currently a fellow at the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy at Queen University in Canada. His next book, Future Arctic: Field Notes from a World on Edge, will be published by Island Press in February 2015.

Contributions

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