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WCC 2020 Res 073 - Activity Report

Información general
Constituyente de la UICN: 
Center for Large Landscape Conservation
Tipo de Constituyente de la UICN: 
IUCN Member
Período de actividades: 
Ámbito geográfico: 
In implementing this Resolution your organization has worked/consulted with...
Qué Comisiones de la UICN están o han estado implicados en la implementación de esta Resolución?: 
IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas 2021-2025 (WCPA)
Si el Secretariado de la UICN está o ha estado implicado en la implementación de esta Resolución?: 
Indicate and briefly describe any actions that have been carried out to implement this Resolution: 
Otra actividadRegarding policy developments: - The Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) reaffirmed its commitment to ecological connectivity as a top priority in its 2020 Ghandinagar Declaration and related policy resolution ‘Improving Ways of Addressing Connectivity in the Conservation of Migratory Species’ - Adoption on 16 April 2021 of UN General Assembly Resolution 75/271 “Nature knows no borders” which encouraged member States to “maintain and enhance the connectivity of habitats, including but not limited to those of protected species and those relevant for the provision of ecosystem services, including through increasing the establishment of transboundary protected areas, as appropriate, and ecological corridors based on the best available scientific data.” - Adoption of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration Strategy (2021-2030) highlighting the “the importance of ecological connectivity in restoring ecosystem functioning and how to incorporate this concept into natural resource planning and management.” - The 2021 G7 Leaders Summit (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, United States) agreed to the ‘2030 Nature Compact’, advocating for “improved quality, effectiveness and connectivity of protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures (OECMs).” - The United Environment Programme’s (UNEP) 2021 synthesis report ‘Making Peace With Nature: A scientific blueprint to tackle the climate, biodiversity and pollution emergencies’ identifies ecological connectivity between protected and conserved areas and within urban areas as key to transforming humankind’s relationship with nature. - Ninguno -
Otra actividadRegarding the IUCN Connectivity Guidelines - Publication and release of English, French, Spanish, Mongolian, and Korean versions of the IUCN Guidelines for conserving connectivity through ecological networks and corridors; - In February 2021, the French translation was released online and free to the public under the title “Lignes directrices pour la conservation de la connectivité par le biais de réseaux et de corridors écologiques”. A live, public webinar was held that attracted 169 participants. The recording is available online at this link. - The Spanish translation was launched in April 2021 under the title “Lineamientos para la conservación de la conectividad a través de corredores y redes ecológicas”. In celebration of Earth Day on 5 May, a live, public webinar attracted 154 participants. The recording is online at this link. - The Mongolian translation was conveyed to leading government officials in an in-person meeting on 17 February 2022 in Ulaanbaatar. • Building on the 1st ground testing of the IUCN Guidelines: Carpathian Bioregion in 2019, deployment of the Guidelines is now included in specific projects: - “Connectivity, Capacity, and Cats: Building Resiliency in the Mountain Ecosystems of Koytendag, Turkmenistan” with the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund; - “Wildlife Connect” initiative with WWF-International and the Center for Large Landscape Conservation working in four pilot landscapes: Carpathians, Central India, Pantanal-Chaco (PACHA), and Southern Kenya-Northern Tanzania (SOKNOT); On-going
Indique y describa brevemente las actividades que se realizarán en el futuro para la implementación de esta Resolución: 
Acción FuturaDescripción
Otra actividad- The current draft of the framework (https://www.cbd.int/doc/c/079d/0d26/91af171843b6d4e9bee25086/wg2020-04-l-02-annex-en.pdf) addresses connectivity as follows: Draft Goal A seeks to steadily increase the connectivity of ecosystems. Draft Target 1 presents the opportunity to include connectivity as an important component of spatial planning Draft Target 2 proposes enhancing connectivity for restoration
Otra actividadCont'd from above: Draft Target 3 builds on Aichi Target 11 to expand protected and conserved areas to cover a larger percentage of land and sea areas through "well-connected” networks of protected and conserved areas Draft Target 12 identifies increasing the connectivity of “green and blue spaces” in urban areas
Otra actividadOngoing engagement in and support of policy, collaborative networks, and projects, including advancing connectivity in the Post-2020 GBF:
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