Peace and Biodiversity Dialogue Initiative

Expected Outcomes

At the end of five years PBDI, the following would be enable.

Updated information on TBPAs in the world, including how many of them fall under the category of conflict between neighboring countries.

Publicity material including brochures, case studies, and best practices that showcase the value of conservation of biodiversity in TBPAs for wider benefits of augmenting ecosystem services, including making a case for promoting peace through biodiversity conservation.

Bringing relevant partners in sub-regions to promote dialogue among the countries to further promoting PBDI and exploring opportunities for establishing Peace Parks.

The possibility of establishing or in the process of establishing one Peace Park in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean countries (GRULAC), and Central and Eastern European regions.

The emergence of the Republic of Korea as a leader to promote Peace Parks in the world.