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Despite limited availability and quality of data, an attempt was launched to do such an economic valuation. Livestock keeping is limited by tsetse infestation in many areas and so land preparation is by hand. The potential vegetation of eastern Africa is largely desert and semi desert 26 percent of the land surface , bushland 33 percent and woodland 21 percent from Figure 2. For most of Mali's agricultural land, there probably exist some cost-effective measures to reduce erosion losses. The family feeds itself for 4 to 6 months a year from their own production and addresses its food and income deficit by migration.

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An NBSAP summary has been prepared specifically for decision-makers to enhance their perception of biodiversity, and contains proposals to accomplish this through strengthening work related to the economics of ecosystems and biodiversity, among other actions.

Information collected on the status and trends of Algerian ecosystems marine and coastal, forest and mountain, steppe, Saharan, oasis, wetland and from three specific studies on biodiversity and climate change, ecosystem goods and services and urban biodiversity, contributed to the elaboration of the NBSAP. Its four strategic objectives focus on: Strategic indicators have been defined for each strategic objective, as well as for each of the 21 national targets.

There are a total of actions, each assigned expected results, responsible entities and operational indicators. Implementation costs are estimated at more than USD million for the initial period. Priority actions to be implemented by the end of include: To date, ten partner sectors industry and mines, education, fisheries, public works, tourism, crafts, transportation, communication, culture, energy have prepared biodiversity action plans however only two sectors energy and fisheries have approved their plans.

Having identified the lack of biodiversity integration in sectoral policies as a weakness in the first NBSAP , the new NBSAP conversely advocates the sharing of responsibilities with sectors through biodiversity integration in sectoral biodiversity action plans and well as in local policies as fundamental to NBSAP implementation. Flagship measures to be undertaken to include: National Centre for Biological Resources Development, national parks ; exploration of innovative financing mechanisms e.

Payment for Ecosystem Services; tariffs on national park entry; opportunities provided by effectively implementing the Nagoya Protocol on ABS to which Algeria is currently a signatory ; and ecotourism development. Its vision, with a horizon, is to improve the quality of life for Paraguayans through a paradigm shift aimed at strengthening the application of the sustainable development model. This is to be achieved by promoting effective and efficient implementation of programmes related to conservation, ecological restoration and the sustainable use of biodiversity, with consideration given to CBD principles with emphasis placed on the rights of indigenous peoples concerning traditional knowledge , institutional strengthening and national and international legal frameworks.

Coordinated actions will be undertaken, involving all sectors and diverse actors, who benefit directly or indirectly from biodiversity and ecosystem services including government, civil society, indigenous peoples, private sector and academia , and consider gender and respect for traditional knowledge.

Eleven general strategic objectives and sub-objectives focus on: Each general strategic objective is supported by specific objectives, proposed actions, expected results, indicators, implementing entities and cost estimates. The Implementation Plan draws particular attention to the importance of identifying synergies, establishing cross-sectoral and systematic approaches e. Ten priority strategic axes focus on: A total of 14 national targets are distributed among these priority strategic axes.

Each target is assigned indicators, actions and responsible executing entities. The capacity-building needs self-assessment was instrumental in highlighting capacity-building needs that remain relevant today for the preparation and revision of policy documents and strengthening legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks.

Since April , activities have been carried out to develop technical, administrative and managerial competencies of personnel located at the central structure of the environment and sustainable development administration. It is also proposed that, by , a national programme on information, education and communication be developed and implemented to raise public awareness of the values of biodiversity. DR Congo plans on establishing a network of national biodiversity-related databases and to make access available to this network on the national CHM at http: Both documents were developed with the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity and its Aichi Targets taken into account.

As such, the Strategy emphasizes the importance of considering environmental consequences in management decisions, and in the formulation of policies or programmes related to state, sectoral, regional and local development, and the need for establishing inter-sectoral partnerships and engaging broadly with stakeholders, including civil society and the private sector.

The document also highlights strategic directions focused on: Other principles relate to: The Action Plan contains 7 goals targeting the following issues: For each goal, measures, responsible executors, timeframes, potential funding sources and cost estimates are presented.

Each measure is moreover mapped to achieving relevant Aichi Biodiversity Targets. Indicators have also been developed for each goal, and efforts are currently being carried out to improve the state system for environmental monitoring and information support to enable better managerial decision-making. By , Ukraine anticipated having completed the transfer of EU environmental protection standards and the drafting of respective laws and regulations, and to be in a position to begin implementing the latter in the period.

The country also intends to focus on introducing economic mechanisms to stimulate structural transformations in support of sustainable development during this period. The first National Biodiversity Strategy was adopted in an associated Action Plan was not prepared.

Strategic actions for valuation, preservation and restoration Among the 14 guiding principles that underpin the NBSAP is the requirement that all stakeholders mainstream biodiversity considerations in public policies and decision-making processes. The NBSAP thus presents an important opportunity and framework to mainstream biodiversity criteria in such policies, plans and programs, within and across sectors, and at all levels of government, to ensure the continued provision of ecosystem services necessary for the well-being of the Mexican people.

The gender perspective is promoted as a cross-cutting issue in implementation 36 more women than men participated in the NBSAP planning process. Notably, Mexico has also established a legal and institutional framework which covers the issues of biodiversity, climate change and the environment, and the relationship with gender. These activities are contributing to improving human and institutional local capacities.

At present, more than twenty States are involved in this initiative. The NBSAP is based on the following 6 strategic axes each of which is associated to an overarching strategic objective to be achieved by These axes are complemented by 24 lines of action, actions and further specifications and recommendations , implementation timeframes and , responsible implementation entities i. The establishment of an inter-sectoral framework to coordinate activities within the Federal Public Administration on monitoring and evaluation of implementation has been proposed.

A positive trend exists regarding national public expenditure and international funding for biodiversity. Key actions required to strengthen capacity include, among others, those related to: Mexico was the first megadiverse country to ratify the Nagoya Protocol on ABS in , and intends to have adopted the legislation necessary to implement the Protocol by Since becoming an EU member in , various strategic reference documents have been developed and implemented in response to national or EU policy, integrating biodiversity to a greater or lesser extent, and ensuring the financing of related projects.

Moreover, ten strategic objectives address: Operational objectives and a suite of actions are also presented. Responsible institutions, implementation periods, estimated budgets, financing sources, priorities, and performance indicators have been designated for each action. Activities will be carried out with administrators of natural protected areas, managers of natural resources, and with representatives of local communities, the scientific and business communities and civil society.

Monitoring will be conducted by the inter-ministerial committee responsible for coordinating the integration of environmental protection into sectoral policies and strategies at the national level.

The costs for implementing the Action Plan have been estimated at 6. The development of the current National Programme was largely based on the Economic and Social Policy Guidelines approved by the 6th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba and natural resource policies adopted in consequence , CBD national reports, the National Economic Plan, experiences and results gained from implementing the National Environmental Strategy for and and other specific strategic frameworks e.

Achievement of the national targets is also mapped to the Economic and Social Policy Guidelines approved by the 6th Congress. Several priority areas broadly-defined as follows are addressed: Priority is also being given to matters related to the mobilization of resources to increase material and financial capacities; harmonization and integration of biodiversity in national development policies and strategies and in decision-making processes at all levels; development of a national legal system, including aspects related to international commitments, with importance attached to the themes of access to genetic resources, biological collections, among others; biodiversity mainstreaming in sectors; and the further development of indicators and monitoring processes.

To facilitate integration of efforts undertaken by relevant entities and achieve the most effective outcomes, the National Programme emphasizes that these aims be realized through strengthening coordination among existing structures and identifying synergies, rather than through the establishment of new mechanisms.

The linkages between the Sustainable Development Goals i. Government ministries and departments, and associated organizations, responsible for implementing each activity are identified; these entities will be supported by various biodiversity committees to be constituted under the Bangladesh Biological Diversity Act which currently awaits Parliamentary approval.

The National Committee on Biodiversity will oversee implementation progress periodically with strong engagement of all the stakeholders. While the total cost of implementation is estimated at A part of updating the NBSAP consisted of conducting an economic valuation assessment using secondary data on the 50 services provided by three ecosystems hill forest, wetland and mangrove. It was concluded that the contribution of these ecosystems to the GDP is equivalent to 9.

Furthermore, by , Bangladesh expects to have accomplished an assessment of the valuation of goods and services of all its major ecosystems and incorporated these values into the national accounting system this undertaking is also proposed in the 7th Five Year Plan. The NBSAP ensures the participation of women in implementation activities and that the benefits derived from biodiversity are shared equitably with them. Over the last decades, the establishment of community-based management systems for forests and wetlands resources has resulted in successful conservation outcomes while also having a direct positive contribution to poverty alleviation.

The private sector is encouraged to contribute to biodiversity conservation by investing in biodiversity-related opportunities e. While addressing EIA requirements, the National Industrial Policy does not directly mention elements related to the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services a recommendation has been put forward to incorporate these provisions in this policy.

Read document National Targets Country profile Tajikistan A summary will be provided here upon receipt of the English version. This document constitutes the national policy instrument on biodiversity as well as a continuation of the initial NBSAP endorsed in It is also one of the few national policies that has adopted the principles enshrined in the Constitution , among which include the principle to recognize customary rules and norms as an integral part of the modern law system.

As such, the authority of customary leaders is implicit and the legitimacy of community decisions taken on natural resource management ensured.

Moreover, the Constitution provides the guiding principles for interpreting all other Acts, including the Environment Act The NBSAP is complementary to other policies, particularly the National Development Strategy , and can be viewed as the sum of all strategies developed by environment-related organizations.

The National Development Strategy will serve as the resource mobilization plan for the NBSAP, and as an instrument for mainstreaming issues on gender and poverty eradication and addressing challenges associated with environmental development.

Fourteen priority areas are identified in the current NBSAP each of which supported by a policy statement: Under four strategic management goals, 15 targets are distributed and linked to achieving relevant Aichi Biodiversity Targets , accompanied by actions, milestones, performance indicators and impact indicators.

The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change and Disaster Management will be responsible for coordinating NBSAP implementation, including its integration in relevant projects, sectorial plans, ministerial cooperate plans, annual work plans, activities of NGOs and CBOs, and private-sector strategies and plans. Legislation adopted by Solomon Islands in the recent past includes the Fisheries Management Act in and the Biosecurity Act in Its objectives are to: Four strategies and eleven measures have been formulated on the basis of four principles: Forty national biodiversity targets have been set to support and mobilize implementation of the strategies and measures and are divided into 3 groups i.

Examples of planned activities include: Such mechanisms are sanctioned by the National Committee on Conservation and Utilization NCB , responsible for mobilizing implementation at the national level, providing policy advice, formulating guidelines and indicators for monitoring implementation progress and assisting decentralized processes, agencies and sectors in implementing the strategies.

The document promotes the achievement of sustainable development through actions carried out to rehabilitate the island at three levels physical, biological and cultural , while taking into account customary eigadey principles, ancestral beliefs eibut eibum , including those related to traditional biodiversity conservation methods and practices, and the concept of angam which refers to the strong emotional tie Nauruans have with their island environment.

For the past century, Nauru has been heavily mined for phosphate which has led to a serious breakdown of its physical environment and a reduction in the socioeconomic wellbeing of the people. The document provides a strategic framework for biodiversity management focused on eight thematic goals: Each theme is associated to a strategy goal, objective, monitoring goal, actions and the identification of key players that will contribute to their implementation.

A prescribed monitoring system to track and evaluate progress for biodiversity action has also been defined in the NBSAP. Twelve national targets have been set, and actions established for each. Each action is linked to the achievement of relevant Aichi Biodiversity Targets, Sustainable Development Goals and national targets of the updated National Action Plan for the Haritha Lanka Programme, and also consistent with various other national and sub-national policy frameworks.

Moreover, indicators, primary and secondary implementing bodies, and implementation timeframes are provided for each action. The new NBSAP is intended to serve as a guiding policy framework for provincial authorities, civil society groups and the private sector all of whom were consulted in the course of NBSAP preparation.

An Implementation Plan is being worked out which will ultimately comprise a capacity building plan which will address the specific capacity needs of different stakeholder groups and a strategy for communication and outreach it should be noted in this context that the development of the national CHM website is in its final stage.

The National Biodiversity Experts Committee will serve in a supervisory and advisory capacity and meet every three months to review progress and offer guidance. In addition, it is proposed that a steering committee be set up comprised of identified line agencies, as well as representatives from the Ministry of Finance.

It is also proposed that a monitoring and evaluation sub-committee be established within the Biodiversity Secretariat which should comprise representatives from government ministries, NGOs, academic and research institutions and experts, as identified by the Biodiversity Secretariat.

The monitoring and evaluation sub-committee will be tasked with the development of a robust monitoring and evaluation system by The Strategy is underpinned by eight principles, among which include the requirement that the people of Somalia are to be entrusted with the rights and responsibilities regarding the country's ecosystems, their associated products and services, the Polluter Pays Principle, consideration of inter-generational equity, consideration of indigenous knowledge in biodiversity management, and NBSAP mainstreaming in adequate policy, legislation and inclusive planning.

Five priority areas are aligned with the five strategic goals of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity, under which twenty strategic targets have been developed with the Aichi Biodiversity Targets taken into account, supported by 71 sub-targets for which SMART indicators are available. Fourteen strategic approaches have also been developed to guide implementation.

In view the specific geopolitical context of Somalia, a two-phased implementation timeframe has been adopted, with Phase I ending by and Phase II by A first step will be to undertake systematic capacity and human resource assessment, including a technology needs assessment. The latter committee will supervise and coordinate implementation of the three Rio Conventions. The updated document comprises 18 national targets mapped to relevant Aichi Biodiversity Targets and associated key actions.

In recent decades, the country has made significant progress in understanding, managing and reducing the threats to, and loss of, its biodiversity. Notably, a quarter of the country is under native forest cover; 8. The first synthesis report, Environment Aotearoa , was produced in Through implementation of a new Kiwi Recovery Plan, New Zealand anticipates that, by , it has recovered numbers of this native and iconic bird to , An assessment of the latter prepared for the period revealed that, while certain project-related activities had been realized e.

The revised Strategy emanates from the status of biodiversity reflected in the fifth national report, and contains a mission to underpinned by two major factors: National priority targets have been set and mapped to achieving relevant Aichi Biodiversity Targets, focusing on five themes: The Action Plan comprises two Strategic Priorities aimed at enhancing national capacity and restoring and sustainably managing key national ecosystems, under which priority actions are defined, with lead and supporting implementing agencies identified against each action.

The Ministry of Agriculture will take the lead on implementation, while the Environment Unit, situated within the ministry, will take the lead on coordinating, monitoring and evaluating and reporting on implementation.

Grenada recognizes the imperative to strengthen these institutions, as well as enhance inter- and intra-ministry coordination. Furthermore, the current NBSAP will review and update policy, legislative, institutional and governance frameworks for biodiversity management, climate change, sustainable land management and disaster risk reduction.

Other imperatives are the development of a communications policy and a Resource Mobilization Strategy. A midterm review of implementation will be conducted at the end of A suite of indicators, including those provided in the initial NBSAP, all of which remain relevant, is available for monitoring and evaluating implementation.

Knowledge gaps and capacity needs will be reviewed and analyzed over the implementation period and appropriately addressed. Read document National Targets Country profile Comoros The updated NBSAP covers the period and contains a long-term vision to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity for the people of Comoros by This vision is underpinned by a set of principles calling for: Twenty national targets have been set in alignment with the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.

A total of 72 actions are prioritized for implementation over the short, medium or long terms. For each target, entities responsible for implementation and partners , potential financing sources e.

Proposals have been prepared for elaborating a strategy which notably aims to build the capacity of all stakeholders, as well as for a communication and awareness-raising plan to motivate stakeholder groups, such as decision-makers, the private sector, technical and financial partners, into action for implementation.

A plan for mobilizing resources is also proposed. In addition, the country plans to strengthen institutional structures and coordination among them , as well as the national CHM and set of indicators. Methods of surveillance will be based on the degree of stakeholder mobilization, the effects of actions on the evolution of biodiversity components, and the socioeconomic impacts of sectoral policy integration. Many terrestrial and marine species could have economic importance in the field of biotechnology.

Developed with consideration given to an evaluation of the previous Biodiversity Strategy , the Strategy is also linked to the EU Biodiversity Strategy to , the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity , the State Environmental Policy, the Strategic Framework for Sustainable Development in the Czech Republic to , as well as other concept documents spanning all sectors.

Four Priority Areas focus on: The implementation of measures under Priority Areas 2 and 3 will be supplemented by the State Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection Programme which is expected to be updated by the end of The monitoring of the overall state of biodiversity in the Czech Republic will be addressed through Component Objective 4.

A mid-term review of the implementation of the component objectives of the Strategy will be carried out at the end of , and an overall evaluation of the Strategy in One of the main priorities for the upcoming period will be the preservation of funding for the conservation of biodiversity, nature and landscapes after , at which time the EU operational programmes that currently represent the main economic instruments for implementing related policies will end.

The first version of Brazil's NBSAP was submitted to the Secretariat on 31 August and focused on actions and commitments to be implemented by the Secretariat of Biodiversity located within the Ministry of Environment. Further efforts were initiated immediately afterwards aimed at engaging other governmental agencies, other sectors and civil society in implementation. In this context, a new version of the NBSAP , replacing the first version received on 31 August , was submitted on 5 February , containing new actions that are multi-sectoral in scope.

By at the latest, all residents of the Commonwealth of Dominica will be aware of the value of biodiversity, and the steps they can take to conserve and use it sustainably. By , pollution, including from excess nutrient, has been brought to levels that are not detrimental to ecosystem function and biodiversity.

Vision By biodiversity loss in Finland will have been halted. The favourable status of biodiversity and ecosystem services will be ensured by Finland will protect and sustainably utilise biodiversity for its own intrinsic value and as a source of human wellbeing, while also taking active responsibility for issues related to biodiversity in international contexts. The Government believes that wide-ranging actions, changes in attitudes and processes, and enhanced cooperation will all be needed to achieve the goals described above.

These actions must be based on the following principles: Issues and values related to biodiversity must become fundamental elements in decision-making.

The pressures facing biodiversity must be reduced. Collaboration between the authorities, citizens, businesses and stakeholders and related participation procedures must be enhanced. New forms of cooperation designed to prevent and minimise any harmful impacts on biodiversity must be realised at a timely stage of the preparation of decisions on projects and plans. Degraded ecosystems must be restored cost-effectively or left to revert to their natural state through natural processes.

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