Aichi Poster Tool

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and in close collaboration with the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) developed a new online poster tool allowing CBD Parties and/or related development cooperation programmes to independently visualize a comprehensive résumé of their approaches and the results and impacts achieved so far with respect to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.

The following posters have been presented at the CEPA Fair 2016.

  • Posters

Features of the Aichi Poster

Aichi Targets Traffic Lights: Progress of the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 in the ASEAN region (print)

Bhutan's Biodiversity: For Happiness and Development Implementation towards Aichi Biodiversity targets (web / print)

BirdLife International: A partnership for nature (web / print)

CABI: Tackling invasive alien species to reduce biodiversity losses and improve livelihoods (web / print)

CARE4BioDiv: Protecting ASEAN's biodiversity (web / print)

Central African Republic: Biodiversity Conservation Efforts (English: web / print ; Français: web / print)

Community Conservation: Efforts of Indigenous Peoples' and Local Communities (web / print)

COMTESS: Sustainable coastal land management (web / print)

Côte d'Ivoire: La marche vers la gestion durable de la diversité biologique (web / print)

Democratic Republic of the Congo: Conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity (English: web / print ; Français: web / print)

Esperanza Verde: Nature Conservation Project in Peru (web / print)

Estonia: Achieving biodiversity targets (web / print)

INNOVATE: Reaching Aichi Targets by stakeholder-based land-use adaptation (web / print)

Madagascar: Protecting nature to survive (web / print)

Mainstreaming Gender in the Aichi Biodiversity Targets: Linking Gender Equality and Biodiversity (web / print)

Mexico City: Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable use from an urban context (web / print)

Mexico, Atlas Molecular: Descubrir y Utilizar la Diversidad del Maíz (web / print)

Mexico, Baja California: Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in the north of Mexico (web / print)

Mexico, Guanajuato: Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in the center of Mexico (web / print)

Mexico, Oaxaca: Biodiversity conservation and sustainable use in a highly biocultural diverse state (web / print)

Mexico, Quintana Roo: Biodiversity conservation in a highly touristic state (web / print)

Mexico, The "GELP" and birth of the "CIICCAC": Sorani Dalbon, V. and Yañez-Trujillo, L. (web / print)

Mexico, Veracruz: Conservation actions from the east of Mexico (web / print)

Mexico: toward the achievement of the Aichi Targets (web / print)

Mono Transboundary Biosphere Reserve (MTBR): A new protected area in the West African Dahomey Gap (web / print)

Pakistan – The Challenge of Climate Change – Partnering with Biodiversity Conservation (web / print)

Republic of Chad: Restoration and conservation of biological diversity (English web / print ; Français: web / print)

Republic of Congo: Protected Areas and Biodiversity Conservation (English: web / print ; Français: web / print)

Republic of Gabon: Sustainable Management of Biodiversity (English: web / print ; Français: web / print)

Republic of Korea: Korea's Experiences with the Implementation of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (web / print)

Republic of Namibia: Efforts towards conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity (web / print)

Singapore: Progress towards the 2020 Aichi Biodiversity Targets (web / print)

Socialist Republic of Viet Nam: Striving for Effective Biodiversity Conservation (print)

SURUMER - Sustainable Rubber Cultivation in the Mekong Region Implementing Aichi Biodiversity Targets (web / print)

The Kingdom of Swaziland: Efforts on Public Awareness, Education, Participation and Access to Information on Biosafety (web / print)

The Republic of Cameroon: Efforts towards conservation, sustainable use of biodiversity and benefit-sharing (English: web / print ; Français: web / print)

Water management in tropical South China: The challenge of rubber monoculture (web / print)

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