The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity Scoping study for the Arctic: Progress Report.
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The TEEB Arctic scoping study is being developed by the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna working group (CAFF), with Sweden as the lead country, jointly with partners: the UNEP TEEB Office, the UNEP Regional Office for Europe, WWF Global Arctic Programme and GRID-Arendal. Senior Arctic Officials’ approval of The Arctic TEEB scoping study will be sought at their Fall 2015 meeting. A draft report is currently under CAFF Board review. This status report provides a description of the project, its current status and a summary of the issues being addressed.
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