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well soon this the kind of place where because give way to rein dear this is northern Norway inside the Arctic Circle it may feel isolated but the outside world is about to intrude , also stay the Norwegian government approved construction of a copper mine here NY Europe's northernmost point the decision is viewed as a litmus test for the arctic climate change and new technology are enabling mining shipping and tourism in a region once considered untouchable environmentalists and many of the indigenous Sami people all worried , life here has long revolved around fishing and hurting it can be a tough existence now Norway center right coalition government says the mind will bring jobs and investment but fishermen node waste from the mall and will be dumped in the nearby fuel that could destroy sporting grounds for cold I think the fish will stop going inside this fielded with them because of this and dumping , other arctic nations are watching carefully many face a similar choice about the rich natural resources of the region does economic development trump protection of the environment one fact is inescapable the global warming has temperatures in the Arctic rising twice as fast as in the rest of the world , like it or not that means change is coming to the far north