Three Reports Released - Arctic Council 2013 Ministerial Meeting

12 June 2013

Three Reports Released
2013 Ministerial Meeting
Arctic Council

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Three reports were presented at the Eighth Ministerial Meeting of the
Arctic Council, held May 2013 in Kiruna, Sweden. Details for the Arctic
Biodiversity Assessment, the Arctic Ocean Acidification Assessment, and
the Arctic Resilience Interim Report 2013 are as follows:

The Arctic Biodiversity Assessment produced by the Arctic Council's
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna working group presents the status
and trends in arctic biodiversity and includes a synthesis, a report
specifically for policymakers, and the full-length report. It can be
accessed at:

The Arctic Ocean Acidification Assessment produced by the Arctic
Council's Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) looks at the
potential impacts of acidification of the Arctic Ocean. The report
includes a summary for policymakers and a key findings document, both
available under the 'Publications online' link at the AMAP website:

The Arctic Resilience Interim Report 2013, led by the Stockholm
Environment Institute and the Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm
University, considers how changes in climate, ecosystems, economics, and
society interact. In addition to the full report, a summary for
policymakers is available. Please go to:

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