WCC 2016 Res 016 - Activity Report

Información general
Constituyente de la UICN: 
Cambridge Office
Tipo de Constituyente de la UICN: 
IUCN Secretariat
Período de actividades: 
2019
Ámbito geográfico: 
Global
In implementing this Resolution your organization has worked/consulted with...
Qué otros Miembros de la UICN están o han estado implicados en la implementación de esta Resolución?: 
Zoological Society of London ( ZSL ) / United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
BirdLife International / United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Conservation International ( CI ) / United States of America
NatureServe / United States of America
Global Wildlife Conservation ( GWC ) / United States of America
Qué Comisiones de la UICN están o han estado implicados en la implementación de esta Resolución?: 
IUCN Species Survival Commission 2017-2020 (SSC)
Si el Secretariado de la UICN está o ha estado implicado en la implementación de esta Resolución?: 
Yes
Enumere otros actores (no-Miembros de la UICN) que hayan estado implicados en la implementación de esta Resolución: 
University of Rome La Sapienza, Arizona State University, Texas A&M University, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Botanical Gardens Conservation International, French National Centre for Scientific Research, CBD, IPBES, UN Division for Sustainable Development (SDGs)
Implementación
Indicate and briefly describe any actions that have been carried out to implement this Resolution: 
AcciónDescripciónStatus
Educación/Comunicación/ConcientizaciónThe RLI was included in the 2019 SDG report with data for each country updated in the UN SDG indicator database. The RLI and various disaggregations were included in the IPBES Global Assessment, published in May 2019, with the indicators extrapolated to 2020 to assess progress towards the Aichi Targets and to 2030 for the SDGs. The RLI and various disaggregations are profiled in the draft Global Biodiversity Outlook-5 which is currently out for review and due to be published in 2020. The RLI was included in the newly launched Biodiversity Indicators Partnership Dashboard. A Swiss Government-funded project led by IUCN Secretariat is supporting the development of functionality on the IUCN Red List website to serve up RLIs and various disaggregations of them to users.On-going
Recaudación de fondosThe IUCN Red List Partnership developed a joint fundraising proposal to secure significant funding for the IUCN Red List, which would facilitate the regular production and update of RLIs based on reassessments.On-going
Influencia política/promoción de políticasThe RLI was included in the 2019 SDG report with data for each country updated in the UN SDG indicator database. The RLI and various disaggregations were included in the IPBES Global Assessment, published in May 2019, with the indicators extrapolated to 2020 to assess progress towards the Aichi Targets and to 2030 for the SDGs. The RLI and various disaggregations are profiled in the draft Global Biodiversity Outlook-5 which is currently out for review and due to be published in 2020. Relevant disaggregations of the RLI were provided to the Convention on Migratory Species via UNEP-WCMC to support a review of the CMS Strategic Plan for Migratory Species. RLIs, disaggregated to national level, were included in the ‘country profiles’ on the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool, and made available to CBD national focal points, among others (see link below). The RLI was included in the newly launched Biodiversity Indicators Partnership Dashboard.On-going
Actividades técnicas/científicasRLIs, disaggregated to national level, were included in the ‘country profiles’ on the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool, and made available to CBD national focal points, among others (see link below). The RLI was included in the newly launched Biodiversity Indicators Partnership Dashboard. The EU-funded INSPIRE4Nature project, led by the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), involving four IUCN Red List Partners, to train 15 PhD students, including one whose PhD focuses on the Red List Index. A paper on the sample size required for the sampled approach to generating Red List Indices was developed and submitted for publication. A paper presenting national Red List Indices for Colombia was developed and submitted for publication. A Swiss Government-funded project led by IUCN Secretariat is supporting the development of functionality on the IUCN Red List website to serve up RLIs and various disaggregations of them to users, and to support more streamlined production of these indicators each year.On-going
Indique cuáles han sido los resultados/logros obtenidos en el marco de las actividades realizadas: 
The RLI and various disaggregations feature in key reports and products produced for multi-lateral environmental agreements, including the 2019 SDG report, the 2019 IPBES Global Assessment and the draft Global Biodiversity Outlook-5. Disaggregations of the RLI were used to support a review of the Convention on Migratory Species Strategic Plan. RLIs, disaggregated to national level, are in the ‘country profiles’ on the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool, and made available to CBD national focal points. The RLI is in the new Biodiversity Indicators Partnership Dashboard. The EU-funded INSPIRE4Nature project which trains PhD students, includes a focus on the RLI. A paper on sample size required for the sampled approach to generating RLIs was published. A paper presenting national RLIs for Colombia was submitted for publication. A Swiss Government-funded project is supporting the development of functionality on the IUCN Red List website to serve up RLIs and various disaggregations and to support more streamlined production of these indicators. Joint fundraising is underway to secure significant funding to facilitate regular production and update of RLIs based on reassessments.
¿Qué esfuerzos se están llevando a cabo para superar dichos obstáculos?: 
Lack of funding and priority given to reassessments has been the main challenge. No groups completed reassessments in 2019. Birds will be reassessed in 2020. Completion of mammal reassessments, due in 2016, will be largely complete by 2020, but gaps will remain due to slow timelines or failure to undertake reassessments. The 2nd amphibian assessment remains in progress; large gaps will remain.
Indique y describa brevemente las actividades que se realizarán en el futuro para la implementación de esta Resolución: 
Acción FuturaDescripción
Recaudación de fondosEfforts to raise funding to support reassessments will continue, particularly through the joint Red List Partnership proposal.
Influencia política/promoción de políticasThe RLI will be promoted as one of the indicators to be used for tracking progress against the new post-2020 framework on biodiversity to be negotiated through the CBD.
Actividades técnicas/científicasThe Global Mammal Assessment team aim to submit most remaining mammal reassessments in time for the June 2020 Red List release. The Global Amphibian Assessment team are working on completing amphibian reassessments, but substantial geographic gaps will remain by mid-2020. Reassessment of all shark species is underway. Methods to automate the production of the RLI will be advanced. A new portal will be developed on the Red List website.
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