Good Practices for Environmental Impact Assessment and Meaningful Engagement in the Arctic – Including Good Practice Recommendations.
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Karvinen, Päivi A.
Arctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group
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This report discusses the themes (chapter 3), and presents recommendations (chapter 4), while also highlighting good practice cases (chapter 5) Specific models for meaningful engagement of Indigenous Peoples are also presented (chapter 6). Good practices were gathered and recommendations were created under the auspices of the Sustainable Development Working Group of the Arctic Council during the Finnish Chairmanship 2017–2019. The work was led by Finland (Ministry of the Environment), Canada (Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs), Kingdom of Denmark (Greenland Institute of Natural Resources) and Gwich’in Council International, which represents Gwich’in across Alaska (USA), Yukon and the Northwest Territories (Canada) in its capacity as a Permanent Participant in the Arctic Council. An Editorial Group was formed to be the joint working body for the project. It consisted of nominated members of all the Arctic states and Permanent Participants of the Arctic Co.....
PublisherArctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group and Arctic Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Project
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)15.1
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationKarvinen, Päivi A. and Rantakallio, Seija (eds) (2019) Good Practices for Environmental Impact Assessment and Meaningful Engagement in the Arctic – Including Good Practice Recommendations. Tromso, Norway. Arctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group and Arctic Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Project, 37pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1767
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