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WCC 2020 Res 067 - Activity Report

Información general
Constituyente de la UICN: 
Regional Office for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean
Tipo de Constituyente de la UICN: 
IUCN Secretariat
Período de actividades: 
Ámbito geográfico: 
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?: 
Parks Canada Agency - Agence Parcs Canada / Canada
Oficina de protección del ambiente de la Municipalidad de Curridabat ( MC ) / Costa Rica
Ville de Paris ( Paris ) / France
The Nature Conservancy ( TNC ) / United States of America
Qué Comisiones de la UICN están o han estado implicados en la implementación de esta Resolución?: 
IUCN Commission on Ecosystems Management 2013-2016 (CEM)
IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management 2021-2025 (CEM)
IUCN Commission on Education and Communication 2021-2025 (CEC)
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?: 
Enumere otros actores (no-Miembros de la UICN) que hayan estado implicados en la implementación de esta Resolución: 
University of Antwerp Sorbonne University Edinburgh City Council, Salzburg Global Seminar, Wageningen University, Durham University, University of Cambridge UNEP WCMC, ICLEI, C40, cottish Wildlife Trust,WCS, Greater London Authority, Chines Academy of Sciences, Lagos State, Nigeria, Mexico City, Mexico, Saanich District Municipality, Canada, (Singapore National Parks Board, Singapore
Indicate and briefly describe any actions that have been carried out to implement this Resolution: 
Convocar a partes interesadas/creaci�n de redesDeveloping the Urban Innovation Priority Project the Secretariat designed a new innovation priority project to strengthen and expand IUCN’s urban work. The project commenced in mid-2022 with the objectives of enhancing urban expertise within the Secretariat, developing an urban toolbox and refining IUCN’s service offerings to cities, mobilising resources and developing new lines of business with cities. Convening stakeholders to advance urban conservation action – the Secretariat organised the first IUCN Local Action Summit and Urban Planet Pavilion during the recent IUCN World Conservation Congress in Marseille. The former was attended by 13 local government leaders all of whom announced bold action pledges for nature, while the latter provided a central gathering place for deliberating on urban conservation research, policy and practice. More recently, at the IUCN Leaders Forum in Jeju, South Korea, IUCN organised a high-level panel for urban leaders and co-hosted the AIPH World Green City Awards 2022.On-going
Educaci�n/Comunicaci�n/Concientizaci�nDeveloping the IUCN Urban Nature Index: the Secretariat has published a first edition of the IUCN Urban Nature Index and begun working with a group of leading cities to roll it out globally. To date, over 30 cities have expressed their intention to implement the IUCN Urban Nature Index. Additionally, a digital platform for the index is now under development. Publishing case studies via PANORAMA Solutions – the PANORAMA Cities community has continued to grow with the curation of IUCN Secretariat and the World Bank. Today, some 218 urban solutions have been published via the portal. Completed
Indique cuáles han sido los resultados/logros obtenidos en el marco de las actividades realizadas: 
With the hiring of new technical staff and the launch of the Urban Innovation Priority Project, IUCN’s urban work has moved from the periphery of the organisation to its heart. A restructured Secretariat houses the new urban team within the Centre for Society and Governance providing it with broad institutional support and strong leadership. Moreover, IUCN’s reputation as a credible urban knowledge broker has been greatly enhanced leading to several new and additional project opportunities.
¿Qué esfuerzos se están llevando a cabo para superar dichos obstáculos?: 
With the creation of a new subnational government membership category, it has been necessary to define IUCN’s value proposition to cities. IUCN has not, traditionally, catered to this constituency, so it is necessary to tailor or even re-design certain IUCN products and services to meet their needs.
Indique y describa brevemente las actividades que se realizarán en el futuro para la implementación de esta Resolución: 
Acción FuturaDescripción
Influencia pol�tica/promoci�n de pol�ticasInfluencing policy – In 2021, IUCN Members also adopted the Marseille Manifesto comprising a bold commitment “to expand universal access to high-quality green spaces and to enhance urban biodiversity in 100 cities, representing around 100 million citizens by 2025, and assess their impact according to the IUCN Urban Nature Index.” Meanwhile, the Nature 2030 IUCN Programme comprises a prominent ‘Impact Target’ to ensure “Nature and people thrive in
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