Species

Enhancing the North-East Asian Ecological Network for Conservation of Endangered Birds and their Habitat

The nature and culture in North-East Asia is supported by one ecosystem. During last several decades, on the one hand, each country in this region has been accomplished rapid economic development, but on the other, it has the depletion of the natural resources and extinction of the species. Under this circumstance we need an integrated management system and network for conservation and restoration of endangered birds and their habitats in the region.

Capacity Building to Enhance Protected Area Management Effectiveness and Wildlife Conservation in the Asian Context

Protected area and wildlife managers are faced with complex challenges that demand understanding of both social and ecological attributes. Major challenges to protected areas include overharvest of natural resources for commercial purposes, inappropriate adjacent land use, agricultural encroachment, infrastructure development, and invasive species. Promoting the resilience of threatened species and ecosystems is equally complicated by issues such as habitat fragmentation, climate change, and growing costs to communities experiencing conflict with wildlife.

Supporting Red List threat assessments with GeoCAT: Geospatial Conservation Assessment Tool

A wealth of biodiversity data already exists, but compiling and harnessing this data for conservation purposes is often problematic. We are a long way from completing a conservation assessment for all species on the planet, especially in speciose groups such as the plant and insects. Without knowing exactly what is at risk, we are failing to adequately value biodiversity and as a result we are also failing to conserve it.

Empoderamiento Digital Para las Comunidades Rurales, una estrategia para conservación de la biodiversidad

Se pretende la socialización una experiencia de educación ambiental, desarrollada en sectores rurales de Colombia, en la cual se muestra un proceso de apropiación social de conocimientos relacionados con el ordenamiento territorial, la biodiversidad y los valores culturales inmersos en el patrimonio natural.

Building capacity for conservation of wild felids and their supporting ecosystems in China

We are working to strengthened national and local capacity applied to the monitoring and conservation of wild felid species throughout China. China remains one of the world’s most bio-diverse nations, with a vast array of ecosystems and species, including 13 of the world’s 36 wild felid species. This work is addressing China’s lack of capacity and expertise to monitor and manage felid biodiversity within their expanding number of PAs. Wild felids are both particularly threatened and particularly good umbrella species, providing a charismatic model for conservation.

Conserving biodiversity education, protection and restoration: How the Sister parks model works

As Sister Parks, Jeju Volcanic Island & Lava Tubes, Republic of Korea and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, U.S.A., share common management priorities aimed at preserving and restoring biodiversity, ecosystems and habitat for native & endemic species, perpetuating sacred cultural landscapes & indigenous cultures, & in partnering with neighboring communities and other stakeholders in developing sustainable tourism products & services to support local economies and promoting stewardship. Both are World Heritage Sites which face common challenges.

Species Cataloguing and Plant Red-listing at National Level

The workshop is for sharing the case studies on Catalogue of Life, Red-listing and Forest biodiversity monitoring in China and beyond, and providing a platform for exploring the possibility to build up regional network for species diversity assessment, monitoring and conservation.

Efficient management and preservation of fisheries resources in freshwater ecosystem(South Korea)

The study sought to determine the efficient management of fisheries resources (Coreoperca herzi) by estimating the potential yield (PY), which means the maximum sustainable yield (MSY) based on the optimal stock, in the mid-upper region of the Seomjin River watershed from August 2008 to April 2009. To estimate the population ecological characteristic, the age determined by counting the otolith annuli. The stock assessment was conducted by the swept area method and PY was estimated by a modified fisheries management system based on the allowable biological catch (ABC).

Enlarging and Connecting Protected Areas for Ecological Corridor of North East Asia

Protected areas are connencted with the BaekDooDaeGhan in the center in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula.
However, it does not widely operate as an ecological network by disputes and borders.
Having the East Asia´s protected ecological corridor will make the wildlife possible to live in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula.
And also it responds to the climate change. Therefore, we would like to urge to enlarge and connect the protected areas for ecological corridor.

Sustainable Use of Jeju Natural Resources for its Indigenous People and Environment Conservation

Amorepacific strives to create a life of beautiful harmony among nature, people and company. Especially, to minimize the impact of our corporate activities on the environment, we respond to climate change, protect the earth’s biodiversity and implement green campaigns.

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