Actions for Arctic Biodiversity; Progress Reoport
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
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The Actions for Arctic Biodiversity, 2013-21 (Action Plan) comprises the implementation plan for the ABA recommendations. It is a living document that is reviewed and updated every two years. The plan is not meant to be exhaustive or to replace working group work plans; rather it is complimentary, emphasizing specific actions that address ABA recommendations.
Regular progress reports are prepared to guideadjustments in the suite of implementation action over the lifetime of the plan to achieve greater impact, meet new challenges, and take advantage of opportunities that arise.
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Arctic Council Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna; Progress Report to the 2nd Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting, at Barrow, October 11-13, 2000 U.S. State Department (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2000-10)"Currently the CAFF program work is guided by the "Strategic Plan for the Conservation of Arctic Biological Diversity", endorsed by the Arctic Ministers in 1998, as further defined through directions from the Arctic Council".
Progress Report to the Arctic Council’s Senior Arctic Officials Espoo, Finland November 6-7, 2001. ARCTIC CLIMATE IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ACIA). Unknown author (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2001)"Climate variability and change, and more recently, notable increases in UV radiation, have become important issues in the Arctic over the past few decades. It has become imperative to examine possible future impacts on ...
ACIA Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Progress Report for the Arctic Council’s Senior Arctic Officials. Oulu, Finland. May 15, 2002. ACIA secretariat (ACIA Secretariat, 2002-05-15)"Objective: Climate variability and change, and increases in UV radiation, have become important issues in the Arctic over the past few decades. It has become imperative to examine possible future impacts on the environment ...