Arctic Ocean Review (AOR). Project Plan.
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
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The Arctic Ocean Review (AOR) Project Plan as agreed at PAME-I 2009 Meeting and amended as per SAO guidance Nov 2009: "The Arctic Ocean Review (AOR) is a multi-phased project that will result in a review of the global and regional measures that are in place for the protection of the Arctic marine environment, and options to address any gaps or weaknesses. This project will address both sea and land-based activities influencing the state of the Arctic marine environment, and will result in a phase I report on existing measures (2011) and a final report with recommendations (2013) for endorsement by the Arctic Council Ministers." /.../
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