International Science and Policy Conference: Ecosystem Approach to Management: Status of Implementation - Conference Summary: 23-25 August 2016, Fairbanks, Alaska
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
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The Ecosystem Approach to Management (EA) is a globally accepted principle. The origins of the EA concept at the international level may be traced back to at least as early as 1972 (Bianchi 2008). In the ensuing years, the EA concept has been extensively discussed, elaborated and developed.
The EA Conference in Fairbanks was planned and organized by representatives across the Arctic States, AC Working Groups, Indigenous Peoples organizations, and others. The participants came from Arctic communities, government agencies, private enterprise, academic institutions, and non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations to give talks about their experiences and to share case studies related to implementing the EA to management in the Arctic.
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