Arctic Human Health Initiative Report
The Arctic Human Health Initiative (AHHI) is an Arctic Council IPY [International Polar Year] initiative that aims to build and expand on existing Arctic Council and International Union for Circumpolar Health’s human health research activities. The overall goal of the AHHI is to: “Increase awareness and visibility of human health concerns of Arctic peoples, foster human health research, and promote health strategies that will improve health and well being of all Arctic residents”.
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Viskum Lytken Larsen, Christina; Pedersen, Cecilia Petrine; Berthelsen, Stina W.; Chew, Clara (Organizing Committee, 2010)The report is structured according to the different sections in the seminar [Hope and Resilience in Suicide Prevention]. Section I states the background of the seminar followed by Section II dedicated to the understanding ...
Unknown author (The International Association of Circumpolar Health Publishers., 2010)"This Circumpolar Health Supplement reports on the progress of the Human Health Initia- tive an Arctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group International Polar Year (IPY) project, and serves as a deliverable marking ...
Feasibility Study for ACAP Demonstration Project on improved system for collection, storage, transport and treatment of mercury-containing waste (MCW) in NW Region of the Russian Federation ; Danish Ministry of the Environment, Danish Environmental Protection Agency (Arctic Contaminants Action Program, 2010-03)The ACAP Mercury Project is linked to a number of international agreements that address the mercury issue. The “Heavy Metals Protocol of the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (CLRTAP-HM)” is the only ...