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This document answers all your questions related to the Greening Consumption and Production: Massive Open Online Course.
The Greening Consumption and Production Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) runs from 31 May through 12 July 2017. It is a facilitated course, with a certificate of completion provided by the United Nations Development Programme, in partnership with the NBSAP Forum and The Nature Conservancy. The course is aimed at policymakers and practitioners working in the area of sustainable consumption and production. By taking this six-week facilitated course, you will gain an overview of key issues related to Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) and Sustainable Commodity Supply chains (SCSC).
Taking Deforestation out of Commodity Supply Chains is a $45 million pilot program over four years to build upon the significant commitments made by companies, industry groups and governments to develop results at scale in the elimination of externalities from agriculture production. Working with governments, the private sector, local communities, civil society and consumers the program intends to tackle a set of key drivers of deforestation.
For all signatories, the principal tools for implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity are country National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) that, since 2010, have the task of achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets. These twenty Aichi targets spread across five strategic goals focused on addressing causes of biodiversity loss, sustainable use, safeguarding biodiversity through protective measures, enhancing biodiversity benefits for all, and enhancing participatory decision-making and implementation. Parties aim to achieve these goals collectively by 2020.
Click on the links to access information on legal frameworks for Protected Areas (PAs) in different countries:
Legal Framework For PAs: Australia I IUCN - https://goo.gl/XAXSWd
Legal Framework For PAs: New South Wales (Australia) I IUCN - https://goo.gl/JE3qR4
Legal Framework For PAs: Canada I IUCN - https://goo.gl/vMbGlR
This case study focuses on the legal framework for protected areas in the state of New South Wales,
Australia. New South Wales, in common with other Australian states and territories, is party to
arrangements for the establishment of the National Reserve System. The case study sets out the range
of protected areas that have been established in New South Wales, canvasses the relevant legislation
and discusses management processes. It includes a discussion of the involvement of Aboriginal people
Here you will find a list of resources, readings and presentation of the third session of the March NBSAP Forum Webinar Series (more info: http://nbsapforum.net/#read-thread/2436):
• Dudley, N. (Editor) (2008). Guidelines for Applying Protected Area Management Categories. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN (pages 11-23) - http://nbsapforum.net/#read-resource/2446.
The data presented by the IBAT Alliance involves an impressive collation effort by some of the most important international biodiversity conservation organisations. These data have been carefully curated and are underpinned by vast networks of experts, robust processes and quality standards that have been developed and improved over the past five decades.
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