5 edition of The Use of Economic Measures in National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans found in the catalog.
January 1, 2001
by World Conservation Union
Written in English
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If National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans are to be effective they must be justifiable in economic terms. This document reports on a project reviewing the use of economic measures in NBSAPs, It brings together the component activities of the economics review, and summarizes and synthesizes this information to provide guidance on.
Get this from a library. The use of economic measures in national biodiversity strategies and action plans: a review of experiences, lessons learned and ways forward. [L Emerton; IUCN--The World Conservation Union.; Regional Environmental Economics Programme (IUCN Asia)].
The Use of Economic Measures in National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs): A Review of Experiences, Lessons Learned and Ways Forward; International Workshop on Biodiversity and Economics: Compilation of Materials; Case Studies Integration of Economic Measures into the NBSAP of Pakistan.
National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans, more commonly referred to as NBSAPs, are the main vehicles of national implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity. They are processes through which societies come together to make the difficult decisions of where, when, and how biodiversity and ecosystem services should be.
Latest submissions 10 February - Angola's revised National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan () 17 December - South Sudan's first National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan () 8 October - Republic of Korea's National Biodiversity Strategy () 21 May - Singapore's addendum () to the NBSAP ().
The data in this report comes from the actions included in 60 National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs). These NBSAPs have all been submitted to the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity afterand all are from countries eligible to received funding from the Global Environmental Facility.
The economic work under the Convention seeks to promote the valuation of these services, and to introduce measures that correct the incentives of individuals, governments and companies towards more effective conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.
biodiversity, sustainable use of its components, and fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising out of the use of these resources. Article 6 of the Convention calls upon the Parties to develop national biodiversity strategies and action plans. Recognising the sovereign rights of.
National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) by each signatory country. As a party to the Convention and in fulfillment of its obligation, Ethiopia has prepared its NBSAP document. This document defines the current status of, pressures on, options for, and priority action to ensure the conservation, sustainable use, and equitable share of.
National Biodiversity Economy Strategy iv biodiversity based enterprises, as well as enhancing the entrepreneurial spirit of current players in the sector, thus, creating an appreciable and sustainable economic presence.
We need to step up our efforts to utilise our biodiversity sustainably and economically to support. Develop national strategies, plans or programmes for the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity or adapt for this purpose existing strategies, plans or programmes which shall reflect, inter alia, the measures set out in CBD relevant to the Party concerned.
The CBD treaty itself establishes general obligations, which its Parties must implement through national measures. In particular, the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity together with the Aichi Biodiversity Targets are to be implemented through Parties’ National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs).
In Decemberthe European Union (EU) enacted the reformed Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for –, allocating almost 40% of the EU's budget and influencing management of half of its terrestrial area. Many EU politicians are announcing the new CAP as “greener,” but the new environmental prescriptions are so diluted that they are unlikely to benefit biodiversity.
Overview of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) Chapters The innovative aspects of the plan are measures to safeguard parts quest for economic and human progress, an awareness of our duties to nature and our responsibilities to future generations.
We need to develop good scientific information and. The National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) is intended to define the current status of biodiversity, the threats leading to its degradation and the strategies and priority actions to ensure its conservation and sustainable use within the framework of the socio-economic.
National strategies and associated action plans set the basis for implementing the CBD at the national level, reflecting each country’s priorities and mechanisms for. Experiences of how the national biodiversity strategies and action plans have dealt with the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity – 7 V.
Guidance from the conventions for national biodiversity strategies and action plans 8 A. Convention on Migratory Species 8 B. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of. The National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) outlines five strategies and respective action plans that work towards achieving the three CBD objectives.
These five strategies aim to encapsulate the objectives and work of CBD, NParks and other stakeholders: Singapore Red Data Book. that will guide the five main priority areas of Somalia National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan. The priority areas are supported through 20 Aichi targets that will be implemented through 92 set of SMART actions.
Strategic framework in summary: The Somali people envisions that by their biodiversity is restored and conserved. The call for National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) emerged as a key issue at the Rio Summit in and was addressed in the formulation.
The National Environment Policy,seeks to achieve balance and harmony between conservation of natural resources and development processes and also forms the basic framework for the National Biodiversity Action Plan.
The objectives of the NBAP are founded in the backdrop of the cardinal principles already set out in the NEP To comply with Article 6 of the CBD, Bangladesh has formulated couple of National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) out of which the latest action plan was adopted for .a) To make recommendations for action plans which would lead to sustainable development in the area, with a focus on the livelihoods of natural-resource dependent people, especially adivasis.
b) To suggest strategies and action plans to conserve biodiversity in the area.