Iucn wpc 2014 presentation


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Iucn wpc 2014 presentation

  1. 1. Parks, people, planet I n s p i r i n g s o l u t i o n s
  2. 2. Sydney, Australia 12-19 November 2014
  3. 3. I n s p i r e d .... • Discoveries, innovative approaches that have been tried and tested • Based in tradition or culture and adopted by communities • Processes that are fair, efficient and effective
  4. 4. I n s p i r a t i o n a l .... • Able to be scaled up and adapted • Mobilizing capacity development and resources • Developing new partnerships and commitments
  5. 5. • Position protected areas within goals of economic and community wellbeing • Achieve understanding of their vital role in conserving biodiversity while delivering ecosystem services • Demonstrate how this can be achieved. B r i d g i n g t h e g a p i n i mp l e me n t a t i o n
  6. 6. • Communicate the most compelling and inspiring solutions to global challenges • Position protected areas in the post-2015 sustainable development agenda • Reach new commitments and capacity across conservation, development and business sectors for implementation A c h i e v i n g s i g n i f i c a n t o u t c o me s a n d l e g a c y
  7. 7. Parks: I n s p i r i n g p l a c e s Strengthen policy and action commitments for the expansion, connectivity and better management of protected areas to cover all areas important for biodiversity and ecosystem services
  8. 8. People: I n s p i r i n g i d e a s Engage a diverse constituency and range of partners to support, govern , manage and benefit from protected areas
  9. 9. Planet: I n s p i r i n g s o l u t i o n s Explore and promote parks and protected areas as natural solutions to global challenges such as climate change, food and water security, health and a green economy
  10. 10. 1.Reaching conservation goals 2.Responding to climate change 3.Improving health and well-being 4.Supporting human life 5.Reconciling development challenges 6.Enhancing the diversity and quality of governance 7.Respecting indigenous and traditional knowledge and culture 8.Inspiring a new generation Eight Streams
  11. 11. 1.Marine 2.World Heritage 3.Capacity development 4.Governance and a social compact for protected areas Four cross-cutting themes
  12. 12. Capacity development legacy • Pre-Congress Activities/Products • Pre-and Post Congress Study Tours (Australia National Committee to work with Park agencies) • 1.5 days of workshops/trainings before Congress • Capacity development sessions during Congress e.g. Working breakfasts/lunches • Other Related Events e.g. Urban • Post Congress Follow-up/Legacy/Institution
  13. 13. World Protected Area Leadership Dialogues • The most pressing issues of the decade ahead • High level panels involving World Protected Area Leadership Forum, Global Thought Leaders, Business Leaders, WPC Ambassadors and Champions • Examples might be:  Illegal wildlife trade  Resource mobilisation and sustainable finance  A communication revolution
  14. 14. • Programme Working Group and Stream Leaders developing core programme of all 8 Streams • Engagement of cross-cutting themes • Invite contributions for ideas and content • Confirm nominations and ideas for key-note speakers • Finalize draft programme by 30 September 2013 • Joint review of whole programme • One year out launch of registration, and further call for content Process for developing streams
  15. 15. Congress Timetable
  16. 16. Parks, people, planet I n s p i r i n g s o l u t i o n s