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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!

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    Programa Del Curso: Introducción A La Resiliencia Para El Desarrollo Parte 2 | 23 de enero - 12 de febrero 2018

    El curso masivo abierto en línea (MOOC) Introducción a la Resiliencia para el Desarrollo tiene dos partes. La parte 2, Aplicación del Pensamiento Resiliente a los Planes Nacionales de Biodiversidad y Desarrollo, tendrá lugar del 23 de enero al 12 de febrero del 2018. Usted aprenderá cómo el pensamiento resiliente puede ayudar a facilitar la implantación de las agendas de diversidad biológica y desarrollo global.

    Programme: Introduction À La Résilience Pour Le Développement Partie 2 | 23 janvier au 12 février 2018

    Introduction à la résilience pour le développement est un cours en ligne ouvert et massif (MOOC) en deux parties. La partie 2, Mettre en œuvre la résilience dans les plans nationaux de biodiversité, se déroulera du 23 janvier au 12 février 2018. Vous apprendrez comment la réflexion sur la résilience peut contribuer à la mise en œuvre des programmes mondiaux de développement et de biodiversité.

    The 2030 Agenda And Ecosystems - A Discussion Paper On The Links Between The Aichi Biodiversity Targets And The Sustainable Development Goals

    This is an optional reading for Week 2 of the Introduction to Resilience for Development MOOC (Part 2: Applying Resilience Thinking to National Biodiversity Plans). 

    The 2030 Agenda and Ecosystems - A discussion paper on the links between the Aichi Biodiversity Targets and the Sustainable Development Goals

    This is an optional reading for Week 1 of the Introduction to Resilience for Development MOOC (Part 2: Applying Resilience Thinking to National Biodiversity Plans). 

    Using Spatial Data to Inform National Biodiversity Planning and Reporting and to Strengthen Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals

    Spatial data can be used as a powerful tool to make actionable decisions that protect human livelihoods and conserve critical biodiversity. Despite its potential, national policymakers are not accessing spatial data to make informed conservation and development planning decisions. Often, these data layers already exist but decision-makers do not know where to access them or how to use them. In other cases, data do not exist, but we have the technology and expertise to create them.