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Other useful resources for implementing COP-10 outcomes

The following material is provided to assist countries in their efforts to set national targets, in line with the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, and to revise and update their NBSAP, in line with the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020. It is intended to complement the material provided to participants at the 2011-2012 regional NBSAP capacity-building workshops, in COP decisions, capacity-building modules, etc. It has been prepared by partner organizations and CBD Parties. Reports of workshops held by CBD partners, primarily at the regional level, which support and provide additional guidance for implementing COP-10 outcomes, are also provided below.

Re Aichi Target 3 (Incentives)

  • A study conducted by FRANCE addresses planning challenges resulting from negative (public) subsidies on biodiversity (English summary)

Indicators as part of NBSAP updating

The final reports of the regional capacity building workshops implemented by the Biodiversity Indicators Partnership (BIP) to assist countries in selecting and producing indicators for their NBSAPs, and for international reporting to the biodiversity-related Conventions, are available below. This work is being carried out in coordination with SCBD's NBSAP support work.

  • South America Capacity Building Workshop (Lima, Peru, 6 to 9 August 2012) (Report)
  • South Asia Capacity Building Workshop (Wattala, Sri Lanka, 16 to 19 July 2012) (Report)
  • Southeast Asia Capacity Building Workshop on Indicators (Tam Dao, Viet Nam, 25 to 28 March 2012) (Report)
  • Eastern Africa Capacity Building Workshop (Entebbe, Uganda, 27 to 29 September 2011) (Report)

    Biodiversity Indicators Facilitators can support indicators for NBSAPs

    The Biodiversity Indicators Partnership has trained 20 ‘Biodiversity Indicator Facilitators’ to support the development of indicators as part of NBSAP revision and implementation. The Facilitators are trained in the application of the BIP’s successful indicator development materials, and are available to assist workshops and other meetings for indicator development. Click here to find a Facilitator for your region.

How to link GSPC implementation with the NBSAP process

  • The African Regional Workshop on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, held in South Africa from 13 to 15 February 2012, explored the issue of linking GSPC implementation with the NBSAP process, among others. (Report)

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  • United Nations Environment Programme