Protected areas (incl. World Heritage)

Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape ETPS - CMAR: Moving towards a Sustainable Regional Initiative

The poster will show in two parts what has been at what should become the Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape, where Protected Areas Agencies of Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador and Colombia work together to protect the ecological connectivity of five (5) marine protected areas. The first part is a retrospective look to the projects, actions and developments of the ETPS in the six years passed since its creation.

Participación de los pobladores locales en el manejo sustentable de las áreas protegidas

La Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP), ha propiciado la realización de proyectos comunitarios sustentables y acciones de conservación de protección, cuidado, manejo y restauración de los ecosistemas y su biodiversidad, con el apoyo de los pobladores locales.

Mt. Halla in Jeju

Mt. Halla stands out at the center of South Korea´s southernmost island, boasting exquisite landscapes due to its varied volcanic topography and vegetation distribution ranging vertically through the subtropical, temperate, frigid and alpine zones.The special nature of this area led to its being designated and managed as a national park in 1970, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002, a World Natural Heritage Site in 2007. Muljangori Oreum registered as a Ramsar Wetland in 2008.

UNESCO Jeju Island Global Geoparks Networks

This poster will introduce the Jeju Island Global Geoparks Networks and will be shown how to manage and to protect the area.
Especially, Eco-tourism in Geopark is the best model case for increasing profits of local people who have lived in the area for a long time.

Well trained Rangers are critical to healthy ecosystems and healthy communities

Park rangers, guards, guides, wardens – these are the people with feet-on-the-ground, who work with communities near protected areas and are those in the park area who monitor the daily health of the area, and whose everyday work is dedicated to conserving and increasing biodiversity in their protected area.

Ramsar wetland in Jeju

This poster will introduce the Ramsar wetland of Jeju and will be shown how to manage and to protect the area
Especially, Jeju has 4 Ramsar wetland for the best model case for increasing biodiversity, the poster would be related with Eco-tourism for the sustainable society in the area

What Works and What does not Work: Examination of Dugong Conservation Measures and Strategies

Various measures and strategies for dugong conservation have been developed and proposed at national and international levels; their implementation always takes place in the context of the "local." Successful implementation of dugong conservation measures and strategies thus implies adaption and modification of such measures and strategies in accordance with the needs of the local context. In fact, it is flexibility and capacity to adapt to change or necessary situations that are vital to dugong conservation.

Management planning of protected areas incorporating local people´s livelihoods. For PA managers and stakeholders.

This proposal seeks to train key people in the development and implementation of protected areas management plans that incorporate local people´s livelihoods from the very beginning and with the goal to eliminate conflicts and contradictions with the management and the objectives of the protected areas. These conflicts and contradictions between management and livelihoods (considering management categories governance types,among others) have incremented overtime because they have been traditionally postponed.

UNESCO World Natural Heritage - Jeju Volcanic Island and lava tubes

This poster will introduce the UNESCO World Natural Heritage of Jeju Volcanic Island and lava tubes and will be shown how to manage and to protect the area.

UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Jeju

This poster will introduce the Biosphere Reserve in Jeju and will be shown how to manage and to protect the area
Especially, the poster would be related with local people who have lived in the area for the sustainable society such as organic farming in the area

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