Arctic Resilience Action Framework; Cooperating for a More Resilient and Prosperous Arctic Region
Resilience is a cross-cutting topic which has become increasingly important to the Arctic Council in the face of rapid changes. As global temperatures rise, populations grow and pressures on natural resources increase, the world faces exceptional new challenges that will require innovative solutions. (929.8Kb)
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The Arctic Resilience Action Framework (ARAF) provides the Arctic Council Member States, Permanent Participants, Working Groups and Observers with a common set of Guiding Principles and Priorities for Action, as well as a platform to continue discussing priorities as they evolve.
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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.
ARAF Chair (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016-09-02)The Arctic Resilience Action Framework (ARAF) provides a common set of guiding principles and priorities for Action.
The Arctic Resilience Action Framework Review Committee (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2017-05-11)Presented to the Senior Arctic Officials by the Arctic Resilience Action Framework Drafting and Review Committees, Co-chaired by Finland, the Saami Council and the United States.