Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
1993-09 Nuuk Greenland
Established Sep 1993, Nuuk (Greenland), as a programme of U-XF2604 - Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy (AEPS); currently functions under the auspices of D-XD5969 - Arctic Council. Also referred to as Arctic Council - Protection Arctic Marine Environment and Arctic Council Working Group on Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME).
Take preventative and other measures directly or through competent international organizations regarding prevention of marine pollution in the Arctic; aware that Arctic populations are very exposed to environmental contaminants, strengthen regional capacity building with respect to priority pollution sources, especially in Russia.
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