Arctic Resilience Report – update.
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Manuscripts for all parts of the ARR Interim Report have been delivered. Revisions are on-going based on review comments and discussions at a combined Project Steering Committee and Assessment Integration Team meeting 31 Jan-1 February. Some additional reviews are expected in the next week or two. Substantial text revision should be finalized by the time of the SAO meeting March 20-21. Language editing, graphics and layout will follow and we expect to deliver the printed report by May 15. Below follows a Summary for Policymakers based on the draft chapters, discussion in the PCS/AIT meeting and several rounds of comments among the PSC/AIT members. Language editing and checking against finalized version of the Interim Report remains to be done.
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Arctic Council (Stockholm Environment Institute; Stockholm Resilience Centre., 2013)Summary for Policymakers based on the Arctic Resilience Report 2013, that was delivered by the Stockholm Environment Institute and the Stockholm Resilience Centre to the Arctic Council's 8th Ministerial Meeting in Kiruna, ...
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