INTAROS Community-Based Monitoring Capacity Development Process in Yakutia and Komi Republic, Arctic Russia.
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Shadrin, Vyacheslav (Slava)
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INTAROS (Integrated Arctic Observing System) is an effort funded by the European Union to extend and improve existing and evolving observing systems that encompass the land, air and sea in the Arctic. INTAROS has been implementing a community-based monitoring (CBM) capacity development process among selected indigenous peoples’ communities in Arctic Russia since September 2017. The areas and sites involved include communities in Zhigansk and Olenek districts in Sakha Republic, Eastern Siberia, and Komi-Izhma communities in Komi Republic. The CBM activities are primarily being implemented in the various communities of Zhigansk and Olenek districts in Sakha Republic, which is home to the Evenk indigenous communities. The indigenous communities involved are mainly fishermen, hunters and reindeer herders who are heavily dependent on the living natural resources in remote areas of the Arctic. All areas have indigenous communities making important local use of living resources but .....
PublisherCSIPN, RIPOSR, NORDECO and INTAROS
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)2
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationEnghoff, M., Vronski, N., Shadrin, V., Sulyandziga, R. and Danielsen, F. (2019) INTAROS Community-Based Monitoring Capacity Development Process in Yakutia and Komi Republic, Arctic Russia. CSIPN, RIPOSR, NORDECO and INTAROS, 55pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1834