Arctic Council. Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment 2005-2008. (two-pager)
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
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"The Arctic is extremely vulnerable to observed and projected climate change and its impacts. Historically, the harsh environment, difficult access to resources, and scattered populations has hindered rapid development and communication in the circumpolar region. In the past half-century, however, technological advances have increased the rate of development and climate change has become a major force shaping the future of the North. While an increase in accessibility and marine activity will require greater support and pose increased environmental risks, it will also lead to opportunities of social and economic development through increased investment and infrastructure, and to improved access to goods, services and supplies." /.../
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Joint meeting of Arctic Council Working Groups ACAP, AMAP, CAFF, PAME. Summary report September 2015. Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP); Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP); Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF); Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) (ACAP; AMAP; CAFF; PAME, 2015)"Four Arctic Council Working Groups (ACAP, AMAP, CAFF and PAME) met in Tromsø on September 16th to discuss cross-cutting activities. Approximately 192 people took part including representatives from Arctic states, Permanent ...
Arctic Council Task Force on Arctic Marine Cooperation (TFAMC) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2017-05-11)The Task Force on Arctic Marine Cooperation was established by Arctic Council Ministers at their Iqaluit meeting in 2015. Having compared and contrasted the Arctic Council's approach to marine stewardship with regional ...
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