Ecosystem management

Partners in Conservation Capacity Building 

This networking event will provide an opportunity for interactive discussion among individuals and organizations involved in capacity building initiatives to address biodiversity conservation challenges in Asia and beyond.

Découvrez vos futurs partenaires francophones !

Le monde francophone de la conservation se retrouve à Jeju !

Des pôles aux forêts équatoriales, des îles de Polynésie aux côtes méditerranéennes, de la vallée du Mekong à la vallée du Niger, du Mont Blanc au Mont Cameroun… l’espace francophone abrite une incroyable biodiversité. Rares sont pourtant les moments où la communauté francophone de la conservation a la chance de se retrouver, tous continents confondus. A Jeju, il était donc important que nous nous donnions rendez-vous !

Book launch: "Evidence-based conservation: lessons from the Lower Mekong"

There is a considerable gap between the science of conservation biology and the design and execution of biodiversity conservation projects in the field. Science is often failing to inform the practice of conservation, which remains largely experience-based. The main reason is the poor accessibility of evidence on the effectiveness of different interventions. This is the basis for this book adopting an 'evidence-based approach', modeled on the systematic reviews used in health sciences and now being applied to many policy arenas.

The World Heritage Compact and filling the gaps on the World Heritage List

This opening session of the final day of the Protected Planet Pavilion will feature two flagship initiatives for the future of the World Heritage Convention – the World Heritage COMPACT initiative and the new global World Heritage biodiversity gaps analysis. You will hear about these two major initiatives, and meet the people behind them. In addition this session will be a general surgery on all matters World Heritage, with staff from the IUCN World Heritage Programme, and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre on hand to answer your questions.

Community based conservation and sacred sites – a review of the Aichi targets, ICCAs and best practices for sacred natural sites

This event is divided into 2 part. The first, which will last one hour, is organised by the ICCA Consortium and is entitled:

Everything you always wanted to know about Aichi Target 11 and ICCAs… but never dared to ask!

Conservation finance for protected areas, gaps, comparative analysis and alternatives in a dynamice debate

The resilience of conservation initiatives, and their results and impact, depends in great measure on the availability and use of funding. In addition to government funding and revenues, there is often a gap, either for capital or recurrent expenditure, or to invest in revenue generation or benefit flows. The development of innovative financial arrangements that will implement and sustain conservation efforts over time, including best practices of governance, accountability and financial management, is a key aspect to address degradation of nature.

Celebrating the successes in protecting temperate grasslands

Temperate grasslands are one of the world's great biomes. However, after cradling human needs for centuries, indigenous temperate grasslands are now the most altered and endangered ecosystem on the planet. Temperate grasslands occur on every continent (except Antarctica) and occupy about 8% of the earth's terrestrial surface. Of this, only 5% is currently protected within the global system of protected areas.

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