PAME REPORT TO SENIOR ARCTIC OFFICIALS. Reykjavik, Iceland 9-10 April 2003.
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
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"MANDATE FROM INARI Strategic Plan for the Protection of the Arctic marine environment: • recognize the international call for increased coordination and collaboration, particularly at the regional level, and that existing and emerging activities in the Arctic warrant a more coordinated and integrated approach and further that this approach represents a cost-effective way to address the challenges of the Arctic coastal and marine environment. • ask PAME to develop a strategic plan for the protection of the Arctic marine environment as outlined in the PAME 2002-2204 Work Plan and in close cooperation with all AC working groups. • welcome Canada and Iceland´s offers to co-host an AC workshop in support of the development of a strategic plan for the protection of the Arctic marine environment, to be presented to the Council in 2004." /.../
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