11th meeting of Environmental Ministers

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On this page you will find press releases, reports, declarations and other relevant material from the 11th Meeting of the Ministers of the Environment in Inari:


Documents published 5 December 2013:


Declaration

Press release: An Action Plan on Climate Change for the Barents Region

Action Plan on Climate Change for the Barents Cooperation (English)

Action Plan on Climate Change for the Barents Cooperation (Russian)

Barents Protected Area Network (BPAN) Policy Brief

Ministerial Meeting list of participants

Working Group on Environment (WGE), Report 2012-2013

WGE Subgroup on Cleaner Production and Environmentally Sound Consumption, Report 2012-2013

WGE Subgroup on Nature Protection, Report 2012-2013

WGE Subgroup on Hot Spots Exclusion, Report 2012-2013

WGE Subgroup on Water Issues, Report 2012-2013

Regional Working Group on Environment (RWGE), Report 2012-2013



Documents published 4 December 2013:

Agenda

Press release: Three sites excluded from the Barents environmental "Hot Spots" list

Assessment of the Barents Hot Spot Report - Describing the state of 42 original Barents environmental Hot Spots (English)

Assessment of the Barents Hot Spot Report - Describing the state of 42 original Barents environmental Hot Spots (Russian)

Tackling environmental challenges in the Barents Region - a report by NEFCO and the Ministry of the Environment of Finland (English)

Tackling environmental challenges in the Barents Region - a report by NEFCO and the Ministry of the Environment of Finland (Russian)


For more information on the environmental Hot Spots, please go to  http://www.beac.st/Hot-Spots-Information-System

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