Livelihoods

Delivering benefits to Livelihoods and Nature following an innovative approach

“The Livelihoods Fund: a powerful Vehicle for Biodiversity, poverty reduction, food security and Climate Mitigation”

Operationalizing the Ecosystem Approach in conservation and development cooperation projects

There is an internationally generalised concurrence on the merits of planning and managing environmental conservation and development in an “Integrated”, “Holistic”, “Comprehensive” way. In this regard, the IUCN Ecosystem Approach (EA), with its five steps to implementation, emerged as one the most significant reference framework for a number of conservation and development cooperation projects.

Livelihood Fund Reception

We are pleased to invite you to the Livelihoods Fund reception drink. Networking and social interaction hold an essential role at the World Conservation Congress and provide opportunities to meet with field practitioners, build new partnerships and share experiences informally in a welcoming place and a friendly mood.

About the Livelihoods Fund and the joint collaboration with IUCN:

Members' Assembly 6th sitting

6.1 Draft IUCN Programme 2013–2016 with a particular focus on “Valuing and conserving nature”:

Members' Assembly 3rd sitting

3.1 Draft IUCN Programme 2013–2016 with a particular focus on “Deploying nature-based solutions to global challenges: social and economic development” :

Members' Assembly 2nd sitting

2.1 Draft IUCN Programme 2013–2016 with a particular focus on “Deploying nature-based solutions to global challenges: food security” :

The Power of Local Action: Communities on the Frontlines of Sustainable Development

The Equator Initiative brings together the United Nations, governments, civil society, businesses and grassroots organizations to recognize and advance local sustainable development solutions for people, nature and resilient communities. Through awarding the biennial Equator Prize, bringing local and indigenous voices to international processes, and documenting best practice in local sustainable development, the initiative has helped to build the evidence base for putting community-based solutions at the forefront of efforts to deliver a more sustainable future.

New Models for Engaging Local Communities in Stewardship of Protected Areas: Lessons from World Heritage

High profile protected areas, World Heritage sites and Biosphere Reserves serve as “learning laboratories for sustainable development” and demonstration sites for new ways to sustain ecosystems, species and genetic diversity. This workshop will feature models that make a practical local-to-global connection, building networks among successful projects and linking to financing options.

Coastal Ecosystem Restoration projects with Biodiversity and Community Benefits following an innovative approach involving the private sector

We are pleased to invite you at the Blue Planet Pavilion to discover the Livelihoods Fund iniative and learn more about this innovative approach, that closely involves the private sector, to finance mangrove restoration and agroforestery projects. Tens of thousands of people around the world will have greater access to food because of this unique financial investment fund.

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 !

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