Arctic Council Secretariat Terms of Reference
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In order to strengthen the capacity of the Arctic Council it was decided at the 2011 Ministerial meeting in Nuuk to establish a standing Arctic Council Secretariat (hereafter referred to as the Secretariat). The Secretariat will enhance the work of the Arctic Council through the establishment of administrative capacity and by providing continuity, institutional memory, operational efficiency, enhanced communication and outreach, exchange of information with other relevant international organizations and to support activities of the Arctic Council. The scope of the Secretariat’s work, in addition to the organizational setup and the financial arrangements, are described in these Terms of Reference. The Terms of Reference were most recently revised at the Oulu SAO meeting October 2017.
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Meeting of Deputy Ministers. Stockholm, Sweden. May 15, 2012. Terms of Reference of the Arctic Council Secretariat Russian. Arctic Council (2012-05-15)Terms of Reference of the Arctic Council Secretariat as approved at the second Deputy Ministers' Meeting of the Arctic Council held in Stockholm, Sweden 15 May 2012. This is the Russian translation.
Meeting of Deputy Ministers. Stockholm, Sweden. May 15, 2012. Terms of Reference of the Arctic Council Secretariat. Arctic Council (2012-05-15)Terms of Reference of the Arctic Council Secretariat as approved at the Deputy Ministers' Meeting of the Arctic Council held in Stockholm, Sweden 15 May 2012.
Short Lived Climate Forcers and Contaminants (SLCFC). Project Steering Group. Terms of Reference. Circumpolar Project Proposal Focusing on Black Carbon. Emission Reduction Projects. September 2010. Arctic Council Task Force for Short-Lived Climate Forcers (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2010)"Black carbon is composed of fine particles that are produced from the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, wood, crop waste and other biomass, and refuse. Fine particles (known as PM2.5), of which black carbon is one ...