2. SAO Meeting, 16 - 17 March 2016, Fairbanks, USA


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    U.S. Chairmanship of the Arctic Council Midterm Update
    (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016) United States Department of State
    Midterm report on progress made at the midterm point of the 2015-2017 U.S. Chairmanship of the Arctic Council. This document was not a document at the Fairbanks SAO meeting, but has been retroactively archived at the end of the U.S. Chairmanship.
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    Summary report. SAO plenary meeting. Fairbanks, Alaska. 16-17 March 2016.
    (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016) Arctic Council
    Summary report from the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials (SAO) plenary meeting in Fairbanks, USA, March 16-17 2016.
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    Circumpolar Best Practices: Policy and Financing Options for Black Carbon Emission Reductions from Diesel Sources
    (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2015-07) Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
    "This report discusses best practices of BC emission reductions from diesel sources in the Arctic Council nations. Policies aimed at reducing diesel BC emissions in the Arctic Council countries like emission standards for on-road vehicles have had a prominent effect on the Arctic. Additional efforts are needed to further decrease BC emissions from diesel sources in the Arctic. Reducing BC emissions in the Arctic would help to slow global climate changes."
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    TFTIA Table of Contents
    (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016) TFTIA Co-Chairs
    Draft table of contents, following 2nd TFTIA meeting, submitted by the Arctic Council Task Force on Telecommunications Infrastructure in the Arctic (TFTIA) to the Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Fairbanks, Alaska, 16-17 March, 2015.
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    Presentations from Fairbanks 2016 SAO Meeting
    (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016-03)
    Slides from presentations held at the SAO Meeting in Fairbanks, USA 16 - 17 March 2016. Some of the topics include Search and Rescue, Invasive Alien Species, Arctic Freshwater Systems, Black Carbon, Methane, Marine Protected Areas, Telecommunications, One Health, Resilience, and Climate Change. Halldór Thorgeirsson, UNFCCC Director for Strategy, also held a presentation on the Arctic Council Contribution to the Impact of the Paris Agreement.