Arctic Human Development Report
Nymand Larsen, Joan
Young, Oran R.
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The goal of the Arctic Human Development Report (AHDR), mandated in the 2002 Inari Declaration, is to provide “… a comprehensive knowledge base for the Arctic Council’s Sustainable Development Programme.” This report provides a scientific assessment that fulfills this goal. To this end, the report deals with five major topics: (i) policy-relevant conclusions, (ii) success stories, (iii) gaps in knowledge, (iv) regional perspectives on human development and (v) follow up activities.
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Arctic Human Development Report II: Regional Processes & Global Linkages. Fact Sheet/SDWG. January 2013. Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) (Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG), 2013)The Arctic Human Development Report II: Regional Processes and Global Linkages Fact Sheet, presented by the Arctic Council working group Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) at the 8th Ministerial Meeting in Kiruna, ...
Nymand Larsen, Joan; Schweitzer, Peter; Petrov, Andrey (Nordic Council of Ministers, 2013)The ASI project was formulated to fill a critical gap in knowledge identified by the AHDR on the construction of social indicators to help facilitate monitoring of changes in human development. The AHDR identified domains ...
Nymand Larsen, Joan; Schweitzer, Peter; Fondahl, Gail (Nordic Council of Ministers, 2010)The Arctic Human Development Report (AHDR), published in 2004, offers a comprehensive overview of the state of human development in the Arctic at the beginning of the twenty-first century. As such, it constitutes a unique ...