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Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Education: Opportunities for Partnership


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Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Education: Opportunities for Partnership
Ms. Vanessa V. Carriedo, ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
11th Global RCE Conference
7-9 December, 2018
Cebu, the Philippines

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Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Education: Opportunities for Partnership

  1. 1. Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Education: Opportunities for Partnership
  2. 2. Established in 2005, ACB facilitates cooperation and coordination among the ASEAN Member States and with relevant national government, regional and international organizations, on the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use of such biodiversity in the ASEAN Region. ACB is part of the ASEAN Charter (Annex III.13) Supports the ASEAN Agenda 2025, the ASCC and the ASPEN 2016- 2025.
  3. 3. ACB’s programmes and thrusts is anchored on supporting the AMS’ implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Strategic Plan for Biodiversity (2011- 2020) and helping them achieve the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, through regional cooperation programmes, and projects on biodiversity thematic and geographic areas, consistent with the ASEAN Agenda 2025 and the ASCC Blueprint as well as in support of achieving the SDGs.
  4. 4. Key Elements of the ACB Strategic Plan 1. Biodiversity Conservation 1.1 ASEAN Heritage Parks (AHP) and Protected Areas (OECMs) 1.2 Species Conservation 1.3 Invasive Alien Species Prevention and Management 1.4 Ecosystems Restoration 2. Mainstreaming Biodiversity 2.1 Agriculture 2.2 Tourism 2.3 Cities and Urban Development 2.4 Manufacturing and Processing, Health 2.5 Coastal and Marine Environment, including Fisheries 2.6 Climate change 3 Capacity Development 3.1 Capacity Building and Technical Advisory Services
  5. 5. Key Elements of the ACB Strategic Plan 4. Knowledge Management 4.1 Data and Information 4.2 Knowledge Generation 5. Communications, Education, and Public Awareness 5.1 Strategic Communication Plan for Biodiversity Conservation in the ASEAN 5.2 Corporate Branding and Visibility of ACB Programs and Initiatives 5.3 Mainstream Biodiversity in the Education Sector 5.4 Public Engagement of ACB 6. Resource Mobilization and Partnership 6.1 Resource Mobilisation and Generation 6.2 Partnership
  6. 6. • ASEAN Heritage Parks • Coastal and marine biodiversity • Transboundary protected areas management • Urban biodiversity • Agrobiodiversity • Wetlands and peatlands 38 ASEAN Heritage Parks ACB Partners and Networks
  7. 7. BCAMP Overview
  8. 8. Mind Map for Biodiversity Mainstreaming in the Development Sector Benchmark Studies on Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Different Sectors Target Sectors 1. Agriculture 2. Ecotourism 3. Processing and Manufacturing 4. Health 5. Education 6. Gender 7. Cities and Urban Development 8. Business Are there existing activities on mainstreaming biodiversity in these sectors? What are the status of these activities? Who are the partners or Stakeholders involved? What are the resources required? What more needs to be done? What are the things we need to consider?
  9. 9. 3 phases 1. Bilateral or multilateral dialogue with relevant ministries; 2. Co-formulation of policy and/or regulations by relevant ministries; and 3. Implementation of plans, policy and/or regulations. Result 3: Mainstreaming in Education
  10. 10. Result 3: Mainstreaming in Education Entry points: a. Formal education: national school curriculum for primary and secondary education or pre- university levels; b. Informal education: biodiversity conservation programmes outside of the formal school curriculum; and c. Tertiary education: modules or degrees in the field of conservation.
  11. 11. Potential ACB-RCE Partnership: Mainstreaming of Biodiversity in Education Sector Conduct scoping/benchmark study on how AMS mainstream/integrate biodiversity in the education sector Develop and implement plan of interventions based on the identified needs/gaps Develop partnerships with key actors in the education sector (universities, research institutions, ministries, NGOs, IGOs, among others)