Stakeholder Participation

Biodiversity Cities Summit Produces Gangwon/Pyeongchang Resolution [viewed]

cbd-iclei.biodiversitysummit14 October 2014: The Biodiversity Summit for Cities and National Governments 2014 held in parallel with the twelfth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP 12) has produced the 'Gangwon/Pyeongchang Resolution on Cities and Subnational Governments for Biodiversity.'

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FOREST EUROPE Launches Photo Competition [viewed]

foresteurope16 October 2014: FOREST EUROPE has opened the second edition of its photography competition, titled ‘Show off your Forest.' The competition is intended to showcase the value of forests in protecting people in FOREST EUROPE signatory countries.

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September 2014 Water Finance Update [viewed]

wb.adb.ebd.afdb.gefSeptember 2014: During the month of September, the World Bank, Global Environment Facility (GEF), Asian Development Bank (ADB), African Development Bank (AfDB) and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) issued loans and highlighted work to address water-related issues including: conserving aquatic biodiversity; improving climate resilience; expanding water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services; implementing integrated water resources management (IWRM); and reducing disaster risk from flood and drought.

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IUCN Announces Call for Tiger Conservation Projects [viewed]

IUCN15 October 2014: The Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme (ITHCP) of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has announced a call for field-based projects for tiger conservation.

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SEE River Contributes to Sustainable River Corridor Management [viewed]

see.euOctober 2014: The final publication of the Sustainable Integrated Management of International River Corridors in South East Europe (SEE) Countries (SEE River) programme has been released. The publication presents the outcomes of SEE River pilot corridors and outlines what happens next in SEE River corridors.

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WWF Living Planet Report Highlights Biodiversity Loss [viewed]

WWF30 September 2014: According the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), over half of the world's wildlife populations have been lost over the past four decades. The organization's ‘Living Planet Report 2014' also finds that humanity's current demand for resources is more than 50% larger than nature's regenerative capacity. Published in partnership with the Global Footprint Network, the Water Footprint Network, and the Zoological Society of London, the report provides a science-based analysis on the impacts of human activities on the health of the planet.

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Wetlands International Highlights Ecosystem Based Approaches to Disaster Risk Reduction [viewed]

weatlands22 September 2014: Wetlands International has released a book, titled ‘Downstream Voices,' which presents stories from the Mahanadi delta, India, the inner Niger delta, Mali, and the Senegal River, Senegal. Authored by Fred Pearce, these stories highlight the journeys of communities dependent on these ecosystems.

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CPW Calls for Work with Local Communities [viewed]

FAO14 October 2014: The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) has released the first fact sheet from the Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW), which outlines key issues and challenges associated with sustaining wildlife populations and habitats over time while considering the needs of people.

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Future Earth Forum Announces Research Agenda, Programmes [viewed]

futureearth24 September 2014: Future Earth, a global research platform on issues of sustainability, has announced its research agenda and a series of fast-track initiatives. At a gathering of scientists, researchers, and public and private decision-makers known as the 2014 Future Earth Forum, the network announced that the three central themes for its work will be: a dynamic plant; global sustainable development; and transformations towards sustainability.

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EMG Reports on Green Economy Knowledge Products [viewed]

emgSeptember 2014: The UN Environment Management Group (EMG) has published a ‘Stocktaking Report on Green Economy Knowledge Products by UN Agencies and Partners,' which compiles toolkits, best practices, lessons learned and assessment methodologies that support learning and capacity building on green economy.

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