Guide to Arctic Policy and Assessments

Title (max 80 characters)Arctic Resilience Interim Report 2013, Summary for Policy Makers - AC
Blurb (max 320 characters)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.
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The Arctic Resilience Report is a science-based assessment that aims to better understand the integrated impacts of change in the Arctic. Its goals are to:

• Identify the potential for shocks and large shifts in ecosystems services that affect human well-being in the Arctic.

•  Analyze how different drivers of change interact in ways that affect the ability of ecosystems and human populations to withstand shocks, adapt or transform.

• Evaluate strategies for governments and communities to adapt.

The Arctic Resilience Report is led by the Stockholm Environment Institute and the Stockholm Resilience Centre and engages experts from across the Arctic.

 

More information on the Arctic Resilience Report´s website.

Document type:PDF document
Year Published:2013

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