National Biodiversity Strategy Action Plan
Major features of National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan
The national vision described in the NBSAP consists of having more extensive, diverse, and higher quality of marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems, which meet human needs and aspirations fairly, preserve and utilize traditional knowledge and practices, and fulfill the ecosystem functions necessary for all life on Earth. To this end, eleven strategic themes were developed: ecosystem management; species management; genetic resources use; agrobiodiversity; ecological sustainable industry development; biosafety; waste management; human resources and institutional development; resource owners; mainstreaming biodiversity; and financial resources. To each of the above themes is assigned a strategy goal, which, if pursued effectively, would steer the nation on a sustainable voyage towards the NBSAP vision.