How can we ensure that stakeholders at the local, national, and international levels take action for nature and climate using cutting-edge science?
At UNDP, we're working to project governments with accessible, high quality spatial data on critical ecosystems, such as forests, and you to apply these data to address your conservation and sustainable development planning efforts.
In New York for the Secretary-General's Climate Summit? We're excited to partner with FAO, Rainforest Foundation, and Equator Prize 2019 Winner Comunidades Nativas de Nuevo Saposoa y Patria Nueva de Mediación Callería to offer a workshop on using spatial data for nature-based climate solutions.
Privately protected areas (PPAs) constitute an important and growing part of the conservation landscape worldwide and have enormous potential to contribute to global biodiversity and protected area goals.
[Français ci-dessous] The UNDP and UN Environment 6NR teams were happy to host a workshop at the Convention on Biological Diversity's (CBD) First Open-Ended Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiveristy Framework.
We are pleased to share with you the following discussion paper on the use of spatial data in the Sixth National Reports (6NR) to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
The Open-Ended Working Group I will gather in Nairobi the last week of August 2019.
Are you interested in learning about how 6NR data can inform the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework?