Login | Register |

Knowledge Base

Search and create Best Practices, Resources, and Peer Reviews

Search Resources

The NBSAP Forum contains 1,000 Aichi Biodiversity Target-related resources and is one of the largest repositories of this kind of information. We offer free downloads of papers, scientific articles, resource guides, presentations, videos and reports. Each resource is tagged to the relevant Aichi Biodiversity Target and any related topics, such as spatial planning, national reporting and gender mainstreaming. You can share resources and explore our resource library here!

The search found 26 results in 0.014 seconds.

    Preguntas Frecuentes: Introducción A La Resiliencia Para El Desarrollo Parte 2 | 23 De Enero - 12 De Febrero 2018

    Este documento responde a todas sus preguntas relacionadas con el curso en línea: Introducción a la Resiliencia para el Desarrollo Parte 2: Aplicación del Pensamiento Resiliente a los Planes Nacionales de Biodiversidad y Desarrollo.

    Summary Week 3 - Introduction To Resilience For Development MOOC

    During the third week of the “Introduction to Resilience for Development” MOOC participants enjoyed the presentation titled “Using participatory mapping for resilience assessments: implications for transformative change”, offered by Dr. Million Belay, of the Stockholm Resilience Centre. 

    Summary Week 2 - Introduction to Resilience for Development MOOC

    During the second week of the “Introduction to Resilience for Development” MOOC participants were asked to watch a pre-recorded presentation on “How do we assess resilience?” offered by Dr. Paul Ryan, of the Australian Resilience Centre, who could not join the live webinar on November 7, 2017 due to time zone differences. 

    Summary Week 1 - Introduction To Resilience For Development MOOC

    The first week of the “Introduction to Resilience for Development” MOOC kicked off with a highly motivating webinar, titled “The power to change the Earth system? The Anthropocene from a personal viewpoint” and presented by Dr. Sarah Cornell, a global change researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University.