В любой момент вспомогательные органы Совета - рабочие и экспертные группы - участвуют в реализации около 100 проектов и инициатив.

Текущие проекты направлены на предотвращение загрязнения, укрепление психического здоровья, предотвращение рисков загрязнения нефтью, управление биоразнообразием и морскими экосистемами и мониторинг изменения климата Арктики - и это лишь некоторые из проектов. Обладая этим значительным объемом знаний, Совет продолжает составлять всеобъемлющие циркумполярные оценки и доклады о проблемах и тенденциях, влияющую на окружающую среду Арктики и жителей Арктики.

Включение традиционных знаний и местных знаний имеет жизненно важное значение для изучения решений возникающих проблем в Арктикеи обеспечения наилучших имеющихся знаний в качестве базы для принятия решений. Активное участие Постоянных участников является одной из ключевых особенностей Арктического совета. Предпринимаются постоянные усилия по наращиванию потенциала в общинах коренных народов Арктики, чтобы он могли вносить вклад в работу Арктического совета.

Featured projects

Photo: Steve Hillebrand/USFWS

Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP)

The CBMP is an international network of scientists, governments, Indigenous organizations and conservation groups working to harmonize and integrate efforts to monitor the Arctic's living resourc...

Arctic Biodiversity Data Service

The ABDS is an online tool to house, collect, display and search for Arctic biodiversity related data, maps and graphics for decision making.

Circumpolar Oil Spill Response Viability Analysis (COSRVA)

The COSRVA project investigates the potential of different oil spill response systems for the Arctic marine environment.

Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks (SAON)

SAON's vision is a connected, collaborative, and comprehensive long-term pan-Arctic Observing System that serves societal needs. SAON's mission is to facilitate, coordinate, and advocate for...

Данные по судоходству в Арктике

PAME's Arctic Ship Traffic Data (ASTD) project has been developed in response to a growing need to collect and distribute accurate, reliable, and up-to-date information on shipping activities in ...

Prevention, Preparedness and Response for small communities

EPPR has been working with small communities to improve their safety in case of an oil spill event.
Murres on cliff. Photo: iStock

Coastal Biodiversity Monitoring

Arctic coastal ecosystems include those areas within the Arctic region where fjords, glaciers, rocky coasts, coastal wetlands, estuaries, rivers, lakes, and coastal ocean ecosystems meet and interact ...
Photo: CAFF

Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring

Temperature can affect terrestrial ecosystems through thawing permafrost, snowmelt, drought, fires, changes in phenology (with subsequent implications on the food web), encroachment of invasive specie...
Permafrost erosion in Alaska. Photo: USGS / M. Torre Jorgenson

Climate Issues: Cryosphere, meteorology, ecosystem impacts

AMAP is further developing work on thresholds and extremes, Arctic/mid-latitude weather connections and performance of global models in the Arctic, with contributions from the meteorology community. T...

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