Quito Seminar on Scaling up Biodiversity Finance


The purpose of this dialogue seminar was to explore and contribute to understanding and seek to clarify areas of convergence and divergence regarding ways to scale up the mobilization of financial resources and the role and nature of "innovative financial mechanisms" to support the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020 and achievement of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.


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  • CBD Documents
  • Presentations

6 - 9 March 2012 - Quito, Ecuador
32 document(s)

Official Documents (3)
1.
Draft Agenda
2.
Meeting Report
3.
CBD Collection of Submissions on Innovative Financial Mechanisms, September 2011
Information Documents (1)
1.
Dialogue seminar on scaling up finance for biodiversity - and the role and nature of ‘innovative financial mechanisms’
Other (28)
1.
Information Note for Participants
2.
Programme mapping draft 1.6, 27 February 2012
3.
Resource Mobilization Decisions - Ravi Sharma, Principal Officer, CBD Secretariat
4.
Biodiversity's value: recognising, demonstrating and capturing – Pavan Sukhdev, UNEP-TEEB
5.
A methodological approach for the implementation of the Rights of Mother Earth – José Gadir Lavadenz, Mother Earth and Water Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cult, Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia
6.
Biodiversity's ecological and resilience value - Thomas Hahn, Stockholm Resilience Centre
7.
Current financial flows globally and GEF-6 funding needs assessment - Guenter Mitlacher WWF and member of the CBD Expert Team on GEF Needs Assessment
8.
Assessing Financial Gaps to Achieve the Aichi Biodiversity Target - Pavan Sukhdev, UNEP-TEEB
9.
Building Transformative Policy and Financing Frameworks to Increase Investment in Biodiversity Management - Yves de Soye UNDP
10.
Case illustrating successful sustainable use (including biodiversity protection) through theestablishment of cooperatives and local markets - and implications on financing needs - André Luiz Rodrigues Gonçalves, Centro Ecológico, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
11.
India's Biodiversity Financing Assessment Exercise - Prof. A. Damodaran, The Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India
12.
Norwegian follow-up of TEEB and Waves - Tone Solhaug, Ministry of the Environment, Norway
13.
Can Markets Protect Biodiversity? An Evaluation of Different Financial Mechanisms - Arild Vatn, Norway
14.
Politics and equity of financing for biodiversity - Chee Yoke Ling representing the South Centre and Third World Network
15.
Safeguards Conservation Finance - Valerie Hickey, The World Bank
16.
Scaling up bodiversity fiance - Yolanda Teran, International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity
17.
Case Study: Implementation of Payment for Environmental Services (PES) in indigenous community (Mexico - Álvaro Salgado, Mexico case Lichuigiri
18.
Role of ODA in financing biodiversity and ecosystem services - Bente Herstad, NORAD
19.
ODA and EU recent financing initiatives - Laure Ledoux, EC
20.
The GEF Replenishment: How does it come about? - Gustavo Fonseca, GEF
21.
Fiscal reforms: Nordic model of taxation and delivery of public services/Financial transaction tax (Tobin tax) - Thomas Hahn, Sweden
22.
Ecuadorian experiences of environmental taxes - Fabián Espinoza, Ministerio del Ambiente en Ecuador, Programa Nacional del Manejo Integral de Desechos Sólidos
23.
Market-based options for biodiversity: an overview - Katia Karousakis, Environment Directorate, OECD
24.
Japan's best practices and future perspectives on scaling up biodiversity finance - Naohisa Okuda Director, Global Biodiversity Strategy Office, Ministry of Environment, Japan
25.
The potential contribution of biodiversity offset - Marta Echavarria, Biodiversity Offsets Program
26.
Organic agriculture – improved value chains can have a greater impact in terms of biodiversity conservation and food security - Roberto Ugas, Vice President of IFOAM
27.
The Yasuni ITT Initiative and Net Avoided Emission - Daniel Ortega, Director of Environment and Climate Change, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ecuador
28.
Trust Funds/environmental funds, and the case of Amazon Protected Areas Program - Pedro Leitão, Brazil

Introductory Session

Panel on Values of Biological Diversity

What needs to be financed - Assessing financial gaps to achieve the Aichi Biodiversity Targets


Global assessments


Bottom-up assessments


Principles and experiences of financing for biodiversity and importance of governance

Case studies and options for financing


Payment for ecosystem services (PES)


ODA


Fiscal reforms


Private funding and markets


Other mechanisms

  • United Nations
  • United Nations Environment Programme