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5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Activities done by the
NGOs
Both ENDS and CARI
Oct 2009 - Oct 2010
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Fields of contribution
• Building the link to the UNCCD process
• Playing a part ...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Follow up COP 9/2009
decisions on national
reporting process
 Reminder
During CO...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Trends Comments
• The new webbased
procedure for reporting
seems to be difficult ...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Playing a part as DESIRE in some
strategic international meetings
Where ?
• no in...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
DeSurvey conference Rome
Aims:
• See science-policy
interface in action
• Intervi...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
DeSurvey conference Rome
Current dilemmas and
issues:
• Climate change
responses ...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Where ?
• 28/31 march
Montpellier/France
GCARD global meeting
on science and agri...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
The DESIRE global policy influencing
strategy  
Clarifications within
DESIRE…
• B...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
• To feed the
thoughts for new
policies
• To highlight
unfavorable or
ineffective...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
3 fact sheets are drafted
• Fact sheets advocating
for the DESIRE
approach to inv...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
What’s next ? Planned activities
• Testing the fact sheets
• Facilitating one pol...
5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010
Marie José: mjb@bothends.org
Patrice: cariassociation@yahoo.fr
Thank you!
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  1. 1. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Activities done by the NGOs Both ENDS and CARI Oct 2009 - Oct 2010
  2. 2. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Fields of contribution • Building the link to the UNCCD process • Playing a part as DESIRE in some strategic international meetings • Setting up a (pragmatic and on available ressources based) global policy influencing strategy • Contributing to some specific DESIRE products • Planned coming activities
  3. 3. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Follow up COP 9/2009 decisions on national reporting process  Reminder During COP9 in Buenos Aires many decisions taken in order to improve the review of the implementation of the Convention and the national reports to be provided by each Parties for next CRIC9 in February 2011. National reports have to be submit in a new format to the UNCCD secretariat in order to be examined at CRIC 9 Action taken and process March, 16th • message to ST and SSC about the decisions taken about the new reporting process and the opportunity for DESIRE • invite the SSC to participate to the UNCCD national reporting process in sharing their information with the national Focal Point of their country. July, 14th • 2 nd message on what DESIRE SSC can contribute to the national report • circulating draft of a message for the national Focal Point August, 31st A personal message is sent to all the national FP of the SS countries with references to DESIRE and the SSC in the country Building the link to the UNCCD process
  4. 4. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Trends Comments • The new webbased procedure for reporting seems to be difficult to adopt for the NFP • The link with scientists is appreciated and the feedback is good • Nevertheless it is difficult to value according to the new and not yet well mastered system Building the link to the UNCCD process •Collaboration existing and improved between SST and NFP in Botswana, Portugal, Cape Verde, Greece … • Good feedback of the Focal Point about the proposition of participation of DESIRE SST to the reporting process in Mexico, Italy, Chile, … • No feedback from SST or NFP of Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, China, and Turkey.
  5. 5. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Playing a part as DESIRE in some strategic international meetings Where ? • no international event organized by the UNCCD in the period • DESURVEY meeting in Rome “Advanced scientific tools for Desertification Policy” – 29,30 September 2010, Rome, Italy. www.desurvey.net/conference/ What ? • Nevertheless continuous informal dialogue with many institutional bodies involved in the UNCCD preparing CRIC9 and COP 10 • The meeting was a good opportunity to interview scientists and policy makers about their respective expectations (see next slides)
  6. 6. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 DeSurvey conference Rome Aims: • See science-policy interface in action • Interview policy makers on current dilemmas and issues • Interview participants on science-policy “gap” • What can we learn for future collaboration?
  7. 7. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 DeSurvey conference Rome Current dilemmas and issues: • Climate change responses in drylands • Where to invest resources? • Cost of in-action • What transformation can investment in drylands bring? • Best practices and innovations in SLM • Indicators for risk and for monitoring/assesing •Input for LANDCON presentation •Material for a paper on science-policy interface
  8. 8. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Where ? • 28/31 march Montpellier/France GCARD global meeting on science and agriculture http://www.egfar.org/egfar/website/gcard • 29 may/03 june Davos/Switzerland Global Risk Forum http://idrc.info/pages_new.php/IDRC- Davos-2010/ What ? • Contribution to the debate based on the work of DESIRE and dissemination of documents – feedback on opportunities for dissemination • Opportunity to give a presentation in plenary on desertification and in a special session on land-degradation and drought with the UNCCD executive secretary, scientists and representative of the private sector Playing a part as DESIRE in some strategic international meetings
  9. 9. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 The DESIRE global policy influencing strategy   Clarifications within DESIRE… • Bringing issues related to LD higher on the public and political agenda • Creating more clarity how DESIRE can contribute to policy • Outline why decision maker should be informed and what is hindering • Clarify the role of the DESIRE members at different levels Focus, range and scope • Focused on 3 global issues or debates : (i)UNCCD global process, (ii) climate change, adapatation and agriculture, (iii) migration • Description of when, where and how DESIRE can contribute to them
  10. 10. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 • To feed the thoughts for new policies • To highlight unfavorable or ineffective policies • To give more power to good but non- effective policies The DESIRE global policy influencing strategy  
  11. 11. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 3 fact sheets are drafted • Fact sheets advocating for the DESIRE approach to involve stakeholders • Designed for 3 different audiences: policy makers, non- DESIRE scientists and land users Contributing to policies and drivers 1.31. deliverable Contributing to some specific DESIRE products • Overview of relevant policies reported on by each study site • Description of listed policies • Description of some missing relevant policies and processes
  12. 12. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 What’s next ? Planned activities • Testing the fact sheets • Facilitating one policy brief per SS • CRIC9/Geneva/feb 2011 and COP10/Korea/end 2011: preparation and attendance • story lines of stakeholder involvement in SS (with INVOLVED?) • Policy papers on climate change and agriculture (on its way), and on migration • Paper on science-policy interface • Comparison of results DESIRE with 10 YSP • Collaboration with Drynet, INVOLVED, WOCAT and others
  13. 13. 5th Plenary meeting, China, October 2010 Marie José: mjb@bothends.org Patrice: cariassociation@yahoo.fr Thank you!
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