Law and Governance

Law, good governance and climate change adaptation

The role of law and governance is minimal in most adaptation efforts to date, which largely focus on immediate local adaptation needs, particularly in the natural resource sectors.

Members' Assembly 4th sitting

4.1 Draft IUCN Programme 2013–2016 with a particular focus on ‘‘Effective and equitable governance of nature’s use” :

Reaching and surpassing Aichi Target 11 through the appropriate recognition of ICCAs

This workshop to be held at the Community Ma–eul in the morning session of the 8th of September will offer a wide view of the potential and roles of indigenous peoples and local communities in conservation-- an important component of management effectiveness, good governance and sustainability/ resilience. Participants will be accompanied to:

(i) explore examples and defining characteristics of Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCAs for short);

Ecology of Gotjawal in Jeju

The Treasure of Jeju Gotjawal
A forest that gives, it gives aplenty.

Indigenous wisdom from nature

We are going to show Haeneyo dance, jar dance, Sharman Dance unique to Jeju.
We are going to also provide some traditional food unique to Jeju.

1. Elephant poaching in Central Africa. 2. The elephant and rhino poaching crisis in Africa

11:00-12:00 Le braconnage d’éléphants en Afrique Centrale

This session will be held in French and English.

Les objectifs de la session sont:
- Attirer l’attention des acteurs de la conservation sur le potentiel en espèces d’éléphants et les menaces qui pèsent sur cette espèce, notamment au travers du braconnage transfrontalier au niveau de l’espace entre le Sud du Soudan et le Nord du Nigéria
- Mobiliser les efforts de la communauté internationale et des pays concernés pour des initiatives régionales en faveur de la conservation de cette espèce

National Red Lists: establishing the foundation for national biodiversity conservation

Following the success of the IUCN Red List and the global IUCN Categories and Criteria, demand increased for a procedure to carry out species threat classification at sub-global levels. This led in 2003, to the production of guidelines to assess the conservation status of species at the regional and national level. In excess of 120 countries now report national threatened species lists, more than two thirds of which use the IUCN system.

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