The Arctic Freshwater Synthesis (AFS) project was led and coordinated by the World Climate Research Programme’s (WCRP) Climate and Cryosphere (CliC) Project, in partnership with the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) and the Arctic Council’s Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP).
Project manager, editor, and contributor. Available as an eBook and on the iBooks platform. Presents the latest scientific knowledge and trends emerging from a rapidly changing Arctic.
Contributor to publication addressing the current state of reindeer husbandry in northern Mongolia and presents recommendations for improving herding and the management of pastures and their homeland.
Lead author of Arctic chapter in the 10th edition of the UNEP Year Book focusing on rapid change in the Arctic.
Lead author of report that compares the needs of Arctic stakeholders with different types of satellite technologies (communications, weather, navigation, earth observation, surveillance, and science).
This background paper was prepared to provide a short summary of some of the major recent scientific findings about changes in the Arctic, steps being taken by the Arctic Council – the main governing body to address Arctic issues, and how UNEP has been working to support scientific assessments and policies to address Arctic change.
Editor of report which takes a broad view of existing multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) and examines the role of the global environment in impacting and influencing the efficiency of Arctic MEAs in protecting biodiversity and in sustainable development.
The Arctic is experiencing a profound transformation that will have important impacts on the region and the world as a whole. Driven largely by interacting forces of climate change and increased human activities, the Arctic region is changing rapidly. Warming in the Arctic has increased at twice the global average since 1980.
Project manager of publication on Food security in the Hindu Kush Himalayas and the additional burden of climate change. Launched in 2014.
Lead Author of Chapter 7: An Earth System Perspective. The chapter focuses on the urgent need to address underlying drivers of human pressures on the Earth System. Published in 2012.
Project manager for a branded series of thematic policy briefs on Mountain Ecosystems and Energy, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction, Forests and Biodiversity.
Editor of report which shows that women are often in the frontline with respect to the impacts of a changing climate. Published in 2012.
Project manager for the GRID-Arendal Annual report summarizing activities and finances for 2009.