Project Reports: 1998-2017

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The list below illustrates the number and range of projects and activities that have been conducted under the SDWG or have been associated with the SDWG since its establishment in 1998. The reports have been arranged by thematic areas for illustration purposes only.  Some projects could fall under several categories.  For more details about the status and outputs of  SDWG projects, please contact the SDWG Secretariat.  Some project reports are not available in electronic format.

SDWG STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

  1. SDWG Strategic Framework (2017)
  2. Barrow Framework Document (2000)
  3. SDWG Terms of Reference (1998)

ARCTIC HUMAN HEALTH

  1. One Health (2017)
  2. Reducing the Incidence of Suicide in Indigenous Groups–Strengths United through Networks (RISING-SUN)(2017)
  3. Improving Health through Safe and Affordable Access to Household Running Water and Sewer (WASH) (2017)
  4. WASH/WIHAH Conference Report (2017)
  5. Promoting Mental Wellness in Northern Circumpolar Communities (2015)
  6. Food and Water Security Indicators in an Arctic Health Context (2013)
  7. Comparative Review of Circumpolar Health Systems Report (2012)
  8. Food-based Dietary Guidelines in Circumpolar Regions (2011)
  9. Arctic Human Health Initiative (2010)
  10. Hope and Resilience in Suicide Prevention Seminar (2009)
  11. International Circumpolar Surveillance (1998 -2008)
  12. Analysis of Arctic Children & Youth Health Indicators (2005)
  13. Arctic Telemedicine (2000)

ARCTIC SOCIO-ECONOMIC ISSUES

  1. Economy of the North III (ECONOR III) (2017)
  2. Arctic Human Development Report 1 (2004)
  3. Arctic Human Development Report 2 (2015)
  4. Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic Report (2015)
  5. Arctic Social Indicators II (2014)
  6. Gender and Equity in the Arctic (2014)
  7. Circumpolar Information Guide on Mining for Indigenous Peoples & Northern Communities (2011)
  8. Arctic Social Indicators I (2010)
  9. ECONOR II: The economy of the North (2009)
  10. ECONOR I (2006)
  11. Future of Children and Youth of the Arctic (2006)
  12. Capacity Building Overview (2004)

ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE

  1. Arctic Adaptation Exchange Portal (2015)
  2. Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic (2013)
  3. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Arctic (2009)
  4. EALAT: Reindeer herding, traditional knowledge and adaptation to climate change and loss of grazing land (2009)
  5. EALAT (part 1)
  6. EALAT (part 2)

ARCTIC COMMUNITIES, INFRASTRUCTURE and ENERGY,

  1. Arctic Renewable Energy Atlas (AREA) (2017)
  2. Arctic Maritime Aviation Transportation Infrastructure Initiative (2012)
  3. SDWG Report on Arctic Energy (2009)
  4. Arctic ICT Assessment (2008)
  5. Arctic Energy Summit (2007)
  6. Arctic Marine Transport Workshop Report (2004)
  7. Arctic Infrastructure: Aviation Report (2002)

NATURAL RESOURCES /ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  1. Reindeer Herding and Youth (EALLIN) (2015)
  2. Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business in the Arctic (2013)
  3. Best Practices in Ecosystems-Based Ocean Management in the Arctic (2009)
  4. Sustainable Model of Arctic Regional Tourism (2006)
  5. Women and Natural Resource Management in the Rural North (2006)
  6. Product Development and Processing in the Sustainable Reindeer Husbandry (Ofelas) (2006)
  7. Women’s Participation in Decision-making Processes in Arctic Fisheries Resource Management (2004)
  8. Sustainable Reindeer Husbandry (2002)
  9. Co-management of Marine Resources in Arctic Areas (Saami Council) 2004

ARCTIC CULTURES AND LANGUAGES

  1. Arctic Indigenous Youth, Climate Change and Food Culture (EALLU) (2017)
  2. Assessing, Monitoring and Promoting the Vitality of Arctic Indigenous Languages (2015)
  3. Recommendations for the Integration of Traditional and Local Knowledge into the Work of the Arctic Council (2015)
  4. A Circumpolar-Wide Inuit Response to the AMSA (2014)
  5. Areas of Heightened Ecological and Cultural Significance (AMSA IIc) (2013)
  6. Assessment of Cultural Heritage Monuments and Sites in the Arctic (2013)
  7. Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium Proceedings (2008)