SDWG Strategic Framework 2017
Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG)
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The Framework constitutes the context in which the SDWG's activities will be conducted over the period 2017-2030. It provides the SDWG with a Strategic Vision statement and an Implementation plan that frame the Working Group's activities with respect to: priority and project areas; guiding principles; stakeholder engagement; as well as outlines current and emerging challenges and opportunities for the SDWG.
The Strategic Framework of the SDWG is the result of collaborative scoping efforts spanning a number of Arctic Council Chairmanships and an extensive drafting and review process involving all 8 Arctic States and 6 Permanent Participant organizations.
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