Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna

Founding Year: 1991

Staff:

Budget:

Tom Barry (Executive Secretary)

CAFF is the biodiversity working group of the Arctic Council. It serves as a vehicle to cooperate on species and habitat management and utilization, to share information on management techniques and regulatory regimes, and to facilitate more knowledgeable decision-making. Working “to address the conservation of Arctic biodiversity, and to communicate its findings to the governments and residents of the Arctic, helping to promote practices which ensure the sustainability of the Arctic’s living resources.” 

 

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Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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