Proposed joint Report on the ‘Arctic Environment: European Perspectives’. Information document on the proposed joint report from EEA, UNEP/GRID-Arendal and AMAP for presentation at the Arctic Council SAO meeting, Rovaniemi, 12-13 June 2001.
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"It is proposed to develop a joint report between the EEA, UNEP/GRID-Arendal and AMAP. The report will aim to make existing information on the relationship between the environment in the European Arctic and the rest of the Arctic, and the impact of Europe on the Arctic environment available in an understandable form to a wide audience. The main results and conclusions of several existing reports on developments in the Arctic environment will be synthesised and presented in a form relevant for both the environmental policy debate within Europe, and the Global environmental discussions where Europe constitutes an important regional player."
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