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High-Level Panel Workspace

The High-Level Panel Workspace is an internal archive for draft documents.

Access is restricted to Panel members and observers. To request access, contact hlp@cbd.int.

Relevant documents

Communication materials
PowerPoint slides
Summary factsheet
 
Meeting reports
2nd teleconference (7 October 2013)
1st teleconference (2 August 2013)
1st Meeting of the HLP (Trondheim, Norway; 30-31 May 2013)
 
Terms of Reference
Terms of Reference of the HLP (Phase II)
Research Terms of Reference
 
Useful literature
Balmford et al. 2002. Economic Reasons for Conserving Wild Nature. Science
Braat & ten Brink. 2008. The Cost of Policy Inaction - The case of not meeting the 2010 biodiversity target
CBD. 2011. Collection of Submissions on Innovative Financial Mechanisms
CBD. 2010. Global Monitoring Report 2010 – Innovative Financing for Biodiversity (UNEP/CBD/COP/10/INF/22)
De Groot et al. 2013. Benefits of Investing in Ecosystem Restoration. Conservation Biology
FoEE. 2013. Biodiversity: under-funded and under threat
GEF. 2013. Two Decades of Experience in the Global Environment Facility (GEF): Investing in Ecosystem Services and Adaptation for Food Security
Government of Sweden. 2013. Making the value of ecosystem services visible: Proposals to enhance well-being through biodiversity and ecosystem services (English summary)
Hussain et al. 2011. The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity Quantitative Assessment Final Report
IEEP. 2013. Estimation of the Financing Needs to Implement Target 2 of the EU Biodiversity Strategy. Final draft (no annexes)
IEEP. 2013. Estimation of the Financing Needs to Implement Target 2 of the EU Biodiversity Strategy. Final draft (annexes)
IEEP. 2012. Estimating the Overall Economic Value of the Benefits provided by the Natura 2000 Network
Ituarte-Lima et al. 2012 (rev. 2013). Safeguards in scaling-up biodiversity financing and possible guiding principles
McCarthy et al. 2012. Financial Costs of Meeting Global Biodiversity Conservation Targets: Current Spending and Unmet Needs. Science
Miller et al. 2013. Biodiversity, Governance, and the Allocation of International Aid for Conservation. Conservation Letters
National Statistical Organization. 2013. Green National Accounts in India: A Framework
OECD. 2013. Scaling-up Finance Mechanisms for Biodiversity
Russi et al. 2013. TEEB for Water and Wetlands
TEEB. 2010. TEEB Synthesis Report
Turner et al. 2012. Global Biodiversity Conservation and the Alleviation of Poverty. BioScience
UNDP. 2013. Biodiversity Finance (BIOFIN) Workbook. Draft v3 for distribution
UNDP. 2013. Transforming Biodiversity Finance (BIOFIN): A quick guide
Waldron et al. 2013. Targeting global conservation funding to limit immediate biodiversity declines. PNAS
World Bank. 2013. Diagnostic Assessment of Select Environmental Challenges: Valuation of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in India
 
Background information
CBD COP 11 Decision XI/4: Review of implementation of the strategy for resource mobilization, including the establishment of targets
Documents from the High-Level Panel (Phase I)
CBD webpages on resource mobilization and the Financial Mechanism

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  • United Nations Environment Programme