Following the Workshop on the Ice-Land-Water Interface that launched this project, participants were asked to submit 500-1,000 word reflections on the mismatch between, on the one hand, the assumed division of the world into solid land and liquid water and, on the other hand, space as it is experienced and produced in polar regions. Participants were asked to reflect on the opportunities that this mismatch provides for:
a) Understanding historic and potential relationships between the perceived physicality of the earth and notions/practices of territory, and/or
b) Developing legal/regulatory mechanisms that are suited to address the challenges that the physicality of the region poses to actors there.
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