ADVANCING ECOSYSTEM BASED MANAGEMENT (EBM) IN THE WORK OF THE ARCTIC COUNCIL.
Arctic Council Ecosystem Based Management Experts Group
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This paper builds on the intersessional document “Definition and Principles of Ecosystem Based Management in the Arctic”, the findings identified in the “Knowledge and Process Needs for EBM in the Arctic” intersessional document, and the “Compendium of key EBM-related activities by the Arctic Council Working Groups”. Within the context of a common definition for EBM in the Arctic, key findings related to knowledge and process requirements, and the existing work of the Arctic Council’s Working Groups on EBM, the purpose of this paper is to identify potential areas where additional focus by the Arctic Council, including through its Working Groups, can serve to advance EBM and promote its implementation in the Arctic.
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