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    • Background Paper: 2nd Functional Exercise of the MOSPA Agreement 

      Emergency Prevention, Preparedness, and Response (EPPR) (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness, and Response (EPPR), 2016)
      "2016 EPPR MOSPA Agreement Exercise: In December 2015, representatives of the EPPR exercise design team met in Reykjavik, Iceland where the objectives and scenario for the June 2016 EPPR MOSPA Agreement table-top exercise ...
    • The Barents Cooperation. 

      International Barents Secretariat; The Barents Euro-Arctic Region (International Barents Secretariat, 2014)
      "The cooperation in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region (BEAR) was launched in 1993 when Sweden, Finland, Norway, Demark, Iceland, the Russian Federation, and the EU Commission signed the Kirkenes Declaration establishing the ...
    • Barrow Declaration (2000) 

      Arctic Council (Arctic Council, 2000)
      Barrow Declaration. The Second Ministerial Meeting of the Arctic Council. Barrow, Alaska, United States. October 13, 2000.
    • Behaviour of Oil and Other Hazardous and Noxious Substances (HNS) Spilled in Arctic Waters (BoHaSA) 

      Singsaas, Ivar; Lewis, Alun (Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response Working Group (EPPR), 2011-02-20)
      Norway initiated the BoHaSa project in response to a request in the Salekhard Declaration. The BoHaSa report presents a compilation of current knowledge and expertise on the behaviour of hazardous substances in Arctic ...
    • Behaviour of oil and other hazardous and noxious substances (HNS) spilled in Arctic waters (BoHaSA). 

      Singsaas, Ivar; Lewis, Alun (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, 2011-02-20)
      The objective of the “Behaviour of oil and other Hazardous and Noxious Substances in Arctic waters” (BoHaSA) project is to gather and synthesize the current knowledge and expertise on the behaviour of oil and other hazardous ...
    • Behaviour of oil and other hazardous and noxious substances (HNS) spilled in Arctic waters (BoHaSA). 2nd DRAFT. 

      Lewis, Alun; Singsaas, Ivar (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, 2010-09-17)
      The objective of the BoHaSA (Behaviour of oil and other Hazardous Substances in Arctic waters) project is to gather and synthesize the current knowledge and expertise on the behaviour of oil and other hazardous and noxious ...
    • Bering Sea Sub-Network Annual Report 2008 

      Gofman, V.; Friedman, A. (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2008)
      The 2008 Annual Report of the Bearing Sea Sub-Network- International Community-Based Environmental Observation Alliance for the Arctic Observing Network (BSSN).
    • Bering Sea Sub-Network Annual Report 2008 (Aleut International Association), CAFF Technical report No.17. 

      Gofman, V.; Friedman, A.; Walton, J. (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2008)
      The Bering Sea Sub-Network: International Community-Based Environmental Observation Alliance for the Arctic Observing Network, known as BSSN, is a 2008-09 International Polar Year project implemented by the Aleut International ...
    • Bering Sea Sub-Network Pilot Phase Final Report 

      Gofman, Victoria; Smith, Maryann (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2011-01)
      The Bering Sea Sub-Network: International Community-Based Environmental Observation Alliance for the Arctic Observing Network, known as BSSN, is a 2008-09 International Polar Year project implemented by the Aleut International ...
    • Bering Sea Sub-Network: Project Summary Report 2015 (Aleut International Association). 

      Alessa, Lilian; Beaujean, Grace; Bower, Leah; Campbell, Iver; Cherneko, Olga; Cochran, Patricia; Coopchiak, Margie; Fidel, Maryann; Fleener, Uliana; Gamble, Jim; Gundersen, Arlene; Immingan, Verna; Jackson, Lisa; Kalmakoff, Alice; Kliskey, Andrew; Merculief, Sharon; Pungowiyi, Delbert; Sutton, Olga (Olia); Ungott, Eddie; Ungott, Joni; Veldstra, Jessica (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2015)
      The BSSN II project provided a means for remote indigenous villages around the Bering Sea to communicate their observations about the environment and subsistence harvest. BSSN II brought together researchers and local ...
    • Best Practices in Ecosystem-based Ocean management in the Arctic 

      Hoel, Alf Håkon (Norwegian Polar Institute, 2009)
      The objective of the project is to present the concepts and practices the Arctic countries have developed for the application of an ecosystembased approach to oceans management. By way of reviewing how countries actually ...
    • Best Waste Management Practices for Small and Remote Arctic Communities 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The basic purpose of a sound solid waste management program is to protect the health of local residents and the environment upon which they depend. Modern technologies and economies-of-scale can allow urban Arctic communities ...
    • Best Waste Management Practices for Small and Remote Communities 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-03)
      A desk study of best waste management practices used by rural and remote communities in Alaska, Canada, and Finland was undertaken in July – November 2018. This report details results of that work.
    • Biological Effects of Contaminants on Arctic Wildlife & Fish Summary for Policy-makers 

      Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-03)
      The Arctic and its inhabitants harbor elevated levels of environmental pollutants, most of which originate from the industrialized centers and agricultural regions of lower latitudes. Chemical pollutants transported via ...
    • BOARD OF GOVERNORS ALBERTA DECLARATION Of The Fifth General Assembly Of The Northern Forum. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada October 29, 2001. 

      The Northern Forum (The Northern Forum, 2001-10-29)
      "It is the Mission or Philosophy of The Northern Forum: To improve the quality of life of Northern peoples by providing Northern regional leaders a means to share their knowledge and experience in addressing common ...
    • Brief summary of Draft AACA-C Implementation Plan (as of Oct. 1st.). For the SAO meeting in Whitehorse, Canada, 21-23 October 2013 agenda item 6.3.1. 

      Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) (Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), 2013)
      Brief summary of Draft AACA-C Implementation Plan (as of Oct. 1st.) from the Arctic Council working group Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)s, for the SAO meeting in Whitehorse, Canada, 21-23 October 2013 ...
    • Business Finance in the Arctic 

      Kingdom of Denmark (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2018)
      Cracking the code to an efficient, sound-working, and well-coordinated business financial ecosystem in the Arctic is key to enabling businesses to grow. The main aim of the study is to gain a better and deeper understanding ...
    • CAFF / AMAP Workshop on a Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF); Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) (CAFF International Secretariat, Iceland / AMAP Secretariat, Norway., 2000-02)
      This Report provides a summary of the presentations and discussions at the workshop with full presentations attached as appendices.
    • CAFF Board meeting 4-6th October Moscow. Doc 6.2c CAFF Short Meeting Summary. 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2011)
      "This was the first CAFF board meeting under the Russian Chairmanship of CAFF. Participants included representatives from the Arctic Council countries, Permanent Participants (AIA, ICC, RAIPON), Observor organisations (WWF, ...
    • CAFF Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program State of Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Report 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-03)
      Arctic freshwater ecosystems (lakes, rivers, and associated wetlands) are threatened by climate change and human development that can affect freshwater biodiversity. Such effects will change not only the distributions and ...