Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic (AACA) - Barents Area Overview Report
The Barents Region was defined in 1993 as an area of political cooperation between Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia, but for the purposes of this report, it is extended northwards to include Svalbard and Franz Josef Land in the High Arctic, eastwards to incorporate Yamalo-Nenets, and includes the Barents Sea, to constitute the Barents study area. (2.382Mb)
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
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In 2011, the Arctic Council requested AMAP to: "produce information to assist local decision makers and stakeholders in three pilot regions in developing adaptation tools and strategies to better deal with climate change and other pertinent environmental stressors".
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