The extraction of natural resources – oil, gas, minerals – has a central role in many Northern economies. But with dwindling interest in these industries in the Canadian Arctic, what might a post-extractive economy look like? Stephan Schott explains for OpenCanada and Arctic Deeply.
Professor, Carleton University.
Stephan Schott is a professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University, with a background in natural resource and environmental economics. He is currently a principal investigator on Arctic research projects on food security and sustainable fisheries, and mining, local business and human development.