The aren’t any people here – permanently anyway.
The main justice issue I can see is that female penguins lay the egg and then swan off all winter fishing, if you please, leaving poor hubby to look after the egg by perching it onto of his feet. Blinking liberty.
Actually there’s a bit of politics about the treaty on the north polar region as nations with a shore line claim bits of the sea bed that are probably stuffed with (rather cold) minerals. They are Canada, Denmark (which owns Greenland) Norway, Russia and the USA – and not us. I gather it all depends on how far the continental shelf of each bit of land goes. It is all topical fossil fuels and fish running short, melting ice caps, easier extraction and polar shipping lanes opening up. I am not sure how that’s progressing but there’s clearly a lot of money and resources at stake in these negotiations.