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    • Gender Equality In The Arctic Phase II Project Presentation 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The Gender Equality in the Arctic (GEA) project is endorsed by the Arctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group. Phase I (2013-2015) aimed to promote and expand the dialogue on Gender Equality in the Arctic. An ...
    • A Global Audit of the Status and Trends of Arctic And Northern Hemisphere Goose Populations 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      This report attempts to review the abundance, status and distribution of natural wild goose populations in the northern hemisphere. The report comprises three parts that 1) summarise key findings from the study and the ...
    • Good Practices For Environmental Impact Assessment and Meaningful Engagement in the Arctic 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      Increasing economic activity in the Arctic, including a growing number of large-scale projects, provides the rationale for the Arctic Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) project. How to plan and design large-scale projects ...
    • Guidelines for Implementing an Ecosystem Approach to Management of Arctic Marine Ecosystems 

      Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The concept of the Ecosystem Approach to management (EA) has been around for at least 30 years and has been extensively discussed, elaborated and developed within national and international fora. The Convention on Biological ...
    • “If we lose the Arctic, we lose the world” Report of the 1st Arctic Resilience Forum 10-11 September 2018 in Rovaniemi, Finland 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The 1st Arctic Resilience Forum, which was organized 10-11 September 2018 in Rovaniemi, Finland, helped to form a better understanding of the opportunities for cooperation connected to Arctic resilience. The Forum showcased ...
    • Including The North: A Comparative Study Of The Policies On Inclusion And Equity In The Circumpolar North 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      This book celebrates the University of the Arctic Thematic Network on Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity. The Network was established in Ulan Ude, Republic of Buryatia in Russia, in 2015 with six founding ...
    • Legal Issues Related To The Agreement On Cooperation On Marine Oil Pollution Preparedness And Response In The Arctic (MOSPA) Summary Report 

      Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      This summary report is based on a comprehensive study commissioned by the Norwegian Coastal Administration and was written by Alla Pozdnakova, Henrik Ringbom, and Erik Røsæg of the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law ...
    • List of Participants at the 11th Arctic Council Ministerial meeting, Rovaniemi, Finland 

      Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-03)
      Participants list from the 11th Arctic Council Ministerial meeting, held in Rovaniemi Finland, 6-7 May, 2019.
    • Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Arctic Mining Challenges and Proposed Solutions 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The Arctic region is changing in rapid and unprecedented ways. The Arctic Council, an international forum comprised of the eight Arctic countries1, six Indigenous Peoples organizations2, and others interested in the Arctic ...
    • Marine Fishes of the Arctic Region Volume I 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-03)
      Although the Arctic is still one of the coldest places on Earth, it has been warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet and sea ice is melting at a pace that has not been seen in 1,500 years. Spatial distributions are ...
    • Meaningful Engagement of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Marine Activities 

      Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      Indigenous peoples and local communities living in coastal communities in the Arctic have always depended on the sea for food, transportation, cultural and spiritual identity and social well-being. Increasingly, the sea ...
    • One Health: Activities and Achievements (2017-19) 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The One Health process advances a multidisciplinary approach to health risks for humans, animals, plants and the environment. During the U.S. Chairmanship (2015-17) of the Arctic Council, the U.S. and Canada introduced a ...
    • PAME Main Achievements Summary Report 2017-2019 

      Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      PAME focuses on the marine agenda of the Arctic Council and provides a unique forum for collaboration on a wide range of activities directed towards the protection and sustainable use of the Arctic marine environment.
    • PAME Work Plan 2019-2021 

      Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      PAME focuses on the marine agenda of the Arctic Council and provides a unique forum for collaboration on a wide range of activities directed towards the protection and sustainable use of the Arctic marine environment. ...
    • Planning Guidance For MOSPA Exercises 

      Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The Agreement on Cooperation on Marine Oil Spill Preparedness and Response in the Arctic (MOSPA Agreement) aims to strengthen emergency cooperation and coordination of Arctic oil spill response operations amongst the eight ...
    • Presentation by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Iceland 

      Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      Presentation by Mr. Guðlaugur Þór Þórðarson, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Iceland at the Rovaniemi Ministerial meeting, 7. May, 2019.
    • Project CREATeS Circumpolar Resilience, Engagement, and Action Through Story 

      Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)
      The two quotations that open this report – the first from the digital story of a young Iñupiaq woman from Alaska, the second from a digital story by two Greenlandic Inuit women – showcase the strength and creativity of ...
    • Rovaniemi joint Ministerial statement 2019 

      Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05-07)
      On the Occasion of the Eleventh Ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council
    • Rovaniemi Ministerial Statements 

      Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05-07)
      Joint declarations of the Foreign Ministers of the Arctic States at the 11th Ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council, held in Rovaniemi, Finland, 7 May, 2019.
    • Salmon Peoples of Arctic Rivers 

      Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-03)
      Arctic biodiversity is essential for the physical and spiritual well-being of Indigenous Peoples who have a unique relationship to their environment. The connection that Indigenous Peoples have to the Arctic environment ...