CAFF assessments describe the current state of Arctic ecosystems and wildlife using the best available scientific and Indigenous Knowledge. Assessments contain the baseline data that can be used in regional and global assessments. They are the fully referenced and independently reviewed collaborative efforts of hundreds of experts from across the circumpolar region.

All CAFF assessments

thumb Status and Trends for Arctic Conservation Measures
thumb Arctic Wildland Fire Sharing Circle Summary Report
thumb Developing a Program to Monitor Plastic Pollution in Seabirds in the Pan-Arctic Region
thumb Case studies: Working with Indigenous Communities on Migratory Birds-case studies of relevance to the Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative (AMBI)
thumb Review of Plastic Pollution Policies of Arctic Countries in Relation to Seabirds
thumb Resilience and Management of Arctic Wetlands: Key Findings and Recommendations

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