Access and benefit sharing

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Access and benefit sharing” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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CEESP News - Anita Varghese, Keystone Foundation and Dilys Roe, SULi Chair How does conservation and development fare in the context of India and...
Globally, biodiverse-rich areas coincide with regions of high poverty. Yet often poor people have limited rights to access or use the biodiversity on their doorstep.  This scenario characterizes many...
During its 2nd phase 2018-2021, the Small Initiatives Program for Civil Society Organizations of North Africa (PPI-OSCAN-2), will accompany 42...
The call for this second phase, launched in July 2018, received in all 223 projects showing a strong involvement of the North African civil society. Following the evaluation of the first phase ended...
The CEESP Theme on Governance, Equity and Rights (TGER) works to advance approaches to the conservation of nature that are grounded in and promote...
Theme Chair Theme Deputy Chair Photo: Melanie Zurba Photo: IUCN Melanie Zurba Bio Bio...
The IUCN CEESP Specialist Group on Gender (SGG) aims to strengthen the understanding of and promote the full achievement of gender equality and women...
  Specialist Group on Gender Chair   Meher Marker NoshirwaniBio   CEESP generates and disseminates knowledge, mobilizes influence, and promotes actions to harmonize the...
IUCN’s Building River Dialogue and Governance (BRIDGE) Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) project has developed a profile and preliminary scoping study...
Governance based on ‘benefit sharing’ is more holistic than traditional governance, which has historically been about allocating water. ‘Benefit sharing’ accounts for all ecosystem services the river...
The mission of the Thematic Group on Sustainable Use and Management of Ecosystems (TG-SUME) is to explore how sustainable use can serve as a tool to...
Thematic group leads Robert Kenward and  Adrian Lombard  Objectives: Identifying how sustainable use of renewable natural resources can contribute to management and restoration of ecosystems....
Established in 2017, the Local Economies, Communities and Nature Specialist Group acts as a CEESP focal point for people with an interest in the...
Specialist Group ChairNick Conner - Bio The Specialist Group is intended to encourage exchange of ideas and learning between its members to help promote better understanding of socio-economic...
Project’s Official Name: Regional Climate Change Program (RCCP) (2013-2018) Cooperating partner: USAID Central America is one of the tropical regions most affected by climate change. It is...
Three days of technical presentations related to accessing genetic resources and sharing of the benefits derived from their utilization, a...
Port of Spain, Trinidad (IUCN) — Caribbean Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) Week took place in Trinidad and Tobago from January 29-31, within the framework of the multi country project, “Advancing...
CEESP News  The Chair of CEESP seeks nominations/expressions of interest for the position of TGER Chair. Candidates for the Chair should preferably...
The CEESP Theme on Governance, Equity and Rights (TGER) works to advance approaches to the conservation of nature that are grounded in and promote good governance, social equity and human rights....
On 5 October, 20 representatives from civil society, government, and the academic sector, representing seven countries which are part of the Mekong...
The learning event provided a platform to discuss the legal and institutional processes operating in each basin. The 1995 Mekong River Agreement, for example, is the only instance in Asia where...
Growing over an estimated area of over half a million hectares, mangrove coverage in Myanmar is the second largest in Asia after Indonesia. These...
In Myanmar, mangrove species diversity varies widely across Rakhine, Ayeyarwady and Tanintharyi: three coastal regions where people depend heavily on fishing and farming for their survival....

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