CAFF

(redirected from Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna)
AcronymDefinition
CAFFCommunity Alliance with Family Farmers
CAFFConservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (program of the Arctic Council)
CAFFClub Atlético Fernández Fierro (Spanish; Argentine social club)
CAFFCaribbean American Football Federation
CAFFCampaign Against Factory Farming
CAFFCity of Angels Film Festival (Los Angeles, CA)
CAFFConcentrated Animal Feeding Facility (livestock farm; Ohio)
CAFFChildren Affected by Fighting Forces
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Ibarguchi has been a member of the Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Group of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program, working to implement a master, long-term, circumpolar monitoring plan for the Arctic with the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (Arctic Council).
Changes seem to be happening even more rapidly than we had anticipated just 10 years ago," Aevar Petersen, chair of the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, told Reuters from Greenland Thursday, where foreign ministers of Arctic countries agreed on steps to bolster cooperation.
Over-exploitation, fragmentation and pollution of natural habitats, significant climate change: in a report published on June 11, a working party of the Programme for the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) sounds a stark warning, emphasising that distance does not protect polar regions from environmental threats to the rest of the planet.
A top priority is to coordinate FWS involvement in the work of the international Arctic Council, especially through its Working Group for the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna.
serving as the National Representative to the Arctic Council's international working group on the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna,
Four programs have been established under the AEPS: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP), Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), Protection of the Marine Environment in the Arctic (PAME) and Emergency, Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR).
More informally, there are two seabird Conservation Strategies and Action Plans in place through the Arctic Council's Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna Working Group, one for murres (Uria lomvia, U.
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