Memorandum to Senior Arctic Officials 25/9/2015: Educational Toolkit.
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
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SubjectCAFF, arctic council, memorandum, educational toolkit, life linked to, spring, tundra, ponds, SAO, Anchorage, 2015
"PURPOSE: To provide an overview of CAFF’s Education initiative and ask for SAO approval of the educational toolkits for children. CONTEXT: CAFF has developed “educational kits” that communicate information to schoolchildren in the Arctic (10- 11 years old) about key Arctic ecosystems and processes. This is the first step in a process to expand CAFF activities to these audiences. CAFF’s Communications Strategy identifies four priority target audiences, one of which is Arctic residents. A gap exists in CAFF’s communication to this audience, in particular younger audiences (as identified by the Arctic Biodiversity Congress and ABA recommendation #17)." /.../
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