Circumpolar Protected Areas Network (CPAN) - Strategy and Action Plan
Ministry of Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources of the Russian Federation (MINPRIRODI)
Royal Norwegian Ministry of the Environment
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This document will faciliatate the implementation of initiatives under the Circumpolar Portected Areas Network (CPAN) to establish an adequate and well managed network of protected areas that have a high probability of maintainng the dynamaic biodiversity of the Arctic region in perpetuity.
Co-operating Institutions: Ministry of Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources of the Russian Federation (MINPRIRODI) Directorate for Nature Management, Norway (DN) Norwegian Polar Institute (NP) CAFF International Secretariat CAFF Designated Agencies Maps and figures: UNEP/GRID-Arendal (UNEP/GRID) World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC)
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