PREPARING FOR JOHANNESBURG 2002 - AN INITIAL ARCTIC MESSAGE. 10 YEARS OF ARCTIC ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION. Rovaniemi City Hall, June 11th, 2001. Conclusions of the Chair.
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These conclusions will serve as a springboard for Arctic participation in the preparations for the Johannesburg 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development and will be supplemented as the preparatory process unfolds. Regional cooperation is indispensable for the participatory processes and provides building blocks in the global co-operation on sustainable development.
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