Arctic Resilience Report
The Arctic Resilience Assessment (ARA) is an Arctic Council project led by the Stockholm Environment Institute and the Stockholm Resilience Centre. It builds on collaboration with Arctic countries and Indigenous Peoples in the region, as well as several Arctic scientific organizations. The ARA (previously Arctic Resilience Report) was approved as an Arctic Council project at the Senior Arctic Officials meeting in November 2011. The ARA was initiated by the Swedish Ministry of the Environment as a priority for the Swedish Chairmanship of the Arctic Council (May 2011 to May 2013) and is being delivered under the US Chairmanship of the Arctic Council.
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Adaptation and Resilience in the Arctic; A Primer on the Arctic Resilience Report, the Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic Report, and the Arctic Resilience Action Framework ARAF Chair (Arctic Council SecretariatArctic Council Secretariat, 2016-09-02)Background paper comparing the Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic report, and the Arctic Resilience Action Framework.
Adaptation and Resilience in the Arctic: A Primer on the Arctic Resilience Report and the Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic Report United States delegation of the Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016)The Arctic Council is working to produce two key reports that will improve our shared understanding of the impacts and effects of a changing Arctic upon communities and ecosystems, as well as good practices for avoiding ...
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2011)The Arctic region is currently experiencing rapid change - environmentally as well as politically and economically. Climate change is the driver that has received most attention, but a number of other drivers are also ...