Technological Faculties Building, Campus — there are 15 people in the lecture room where each person has a unique role: she or he is a country. Yes, the country and they need to not just imitate their policies, but to find a consensus and sign an agreement «Danger of Decreasing of Arctic Flora and Fauna». Actually, they signed it with 11 bulletins in it and with signatures already.
They doing it not just for fun, it’s a very serious and deep conversation between students who cares enough to raise such sentences, like, one of the items say: «To create the project as ‘Google Earth’ but in the water, to explore an ocean, to see where the polluted areas are.» Why not? If Google not working yet on this perspective, they must think about it.
China, Sweden, Netherland and other countries pursuing ecological citizenship to save flora-and-fauna in Arctic. For instance, China do not like that in the outside from safety territories, pothunters going to extirpate the population of whales.
On the other hand, Canada has another point of view. There is an indigenous nation, Inuit and it’s a plural noun — Eskimos people — as we know them all, Canada protects eskimos to keep their haunting operations on.
«The Inuit have traditionally been fishers and hunters, not just for the sake of a culture, but it’s important them as a nation, and it’s their diet, hunting is in their blood,» — Canada representative said in his speech.
The conference brought students in the field together to network, discuss major issues and call attention to their research through discussions. “This is a chance for us to explore different areas of the field,” said Aytalina Petrova, a student and the head of language support and external relations in IMAC. “And in conservation, the only way to success is to integrate everything, all aspects of ecology’s flora-and-fauna problems into one.”
Sections like this lead planners of the conference to hope that it will gain momentum in coming years.