Attached is a quick guide prepared by RARE and the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, inspiring support for Protected Areas through communication, education and public awareness programs.
This toolkit is about communication, education and public awareness for biological diversity. It provides facts, examples and checklists from different parts of the world. It aims to help National Focal Points and NBSAP coordinators to plan, develop and implement attractive and effective communication and education interventions that make the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity relevant, and a priority on the agenda of a range of stakeholders.
To mark the halfway point in the implementation of the CBD Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, Taylor & Francis Online is offering you free online access to a selection of research relating to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets. The Aichi Biodiversity Targets were agreed at the Convention on Biological Diversity, held in 2010 in Nagoya, Japan, with the aim of inspiring all countries and stakeholders to take action in support of biodiversity.
This document contains answers to frequently asked questions regarding the upcoming e-course - Protected Area System: Management & Design.
If you are trying to get biodiversity issues into development plans and policies, or want to raise awareness of the benefits of sustainable use of biodiversity with people in different ministries, or you want to get media coverage about the importance of biodiversity for development, then this booklet provides useful advice.
This manual provides detailed guidance for using the Social Assessment for Protected Areas (SAPA) methodology.
The Guidebook presents a wealth of experiences and examples taken from the UNDP-GEF Community-Based Adaptation Programme that are being piloted throughout the world. Likewise, the Guidebook presents beneficial lessons drawn from the GEF Small Grants Programme’s many years of ongoing work in over 122 countries. The Guidebook will be particularly useful for CBOs, NGOs, governments, development agencies and other community-based practitioners who might wish to review successful cases of gender mainstreaming in community-based adaptation projects.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼These guidelines aim to provide basic information about how to better recognise, understand and integrate gender dimensions into community-based conservation projects.
Conservation Training is an open and free learning community that offers conservation-based training materials from The Nature Conservancy and partner organizations. Their mission is to share training with conservation colleagues across the world.
Visit the website here: https://www.conservationtraining.org/