ItemCircumpolar Local Environmental Observer Network: Full report and Summary for Policymakers(Arctic Council Secretariat, 2021-05) ACAPThe Circumpolar LEO initiative has helped spur steady growth in LEO membership, a significant increase in contributions from observers in the Arctic, and major improvements to the online platform that have strengthened its usability and increased access to Arctic communities. ItemKola Waste Project: Cleaning of the Sámi Territory in the Murmansk Region (2018-2020)(Arctic Council Secretariat, 2021-05) ACAPThe Saami Council and its member organization and lo-cal partner, OOSMO, have been leading the Kola Waste project since April 2018. The project was supported by the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Murmansk Region and by the Arctic Council’s Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP) Working Group. The project has been financed by Norway and Sweden within the work of ACAP’s Indigenous Peoples’ Contaminants Action Program (IPCAP EG). The goal of the project was to map local sources of pos-sible pollution (waste dumpsites), clean up previously mapped abandoned and unauthorized dumpsites, and, thus, contribute to a better environment for the Sámi communities of the Kola peninsula (Russian Federation). Part of the project has been to raise awareness of the risks of pollution from unauthorized dumpsites and prevent appearance of new dumpsites, and to en-gage local population, including youth. ItemRapid Environmental Assessment Demonstration Project in Russia(Arctic Council Secretariat, 2021-05) ACAPThe Rapid Environmental Assessment (REA) is a tool developed by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for prioritizing pesticide contaminated sites for further interven-tion. The ACAP REA project was initiated to demonstrate the use of this methodology / tool, and train experts to use it in three pilot regions: Arkhangelsk Oblast, Komi Republic and Krasnoyarsk Krai. All these regions received support from ACAP for pesticide storage improvements between 2004-2012. The REA project has built capacity to prioritize and identify storage sites where further intervention might be necessary through desk study, sampling and laboratory analysis, in a cost-ef-ficient manner. ItemFact Sheet - Renewable Energy Investments in the Arctic(Arctic Council Secretariat, 2017-05) Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP)Fact sheet on Renewable Energy Investments in the Arctic.