AMAP WG25 Meeting: 2-page highlights report to SAO Chair.
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
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"The AMAP WG met in Moscow, 3-5 October. Representatives included all countries, PPs (AIA, RAIPON), Observers (Netherlands) ad hoc observers (Italy, Japan, EEA), AC groups (IPS, CAFF, ACAP). In addition the AMAP and CAFF WGs held a joint meeting on 5 October. Major issues addressed at the AMAP WG meeting of potential interest to SAOs included the following:" /.../
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ANNEX. Excerpts from Project Progress Reports, May 2004. The Arctic Human Development Report (AHDR) Project Report. Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2004-05)"The AHDR is a priority project under Icelandic lead during the Icelandic Chairmanship 2002-2004. The AHDR project includes the following Arctic Council participants with representatives on the Report Steering Committee: ...
Unknown author (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2004-05-03)Project report from the Arctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group meeting in Selfoss, Iceland, May 3 2004 concerning the creating of the Arctic Human Development Report (ADHR).
Proposed joint Report on the ‘Arctic Environment: European Perspectives’. Information document on the proposed joint report from EEA, UNEP/GRID-Arendal and AMAP for presentation at the Arctic Council SAO meeting, Rovaniemi, 12-13 June 2001. Unknown author (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2001)"It is proposed to develop a joint report between the EEA, UNEP/GRID-Arendal and AMAP. The report will aim to make existing information on the relationship between the environment in the European Arctic and the rest of the ...