We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byTristan McWilliams
Modified over 4 years ago
Biosphere Reserves Pete Frost Countryside Council for Wales (Almost) everything you ever wanted to know, but were afraid to ask……
What are they?
What are they for? Conserving biodiversity, with Sustainable use Living laboratories for sustainable development
What’s different about them? Social Cultural Spiritual Economic
What do they do? Conservation Development Logistic
What do they look like?
But in reality…
How do they work? Stakeholder participation Management Plan Designated authority or mechanism Mechanisms to manage human use in Buffer Zone Programmes for research, monitoring, education, training
What’s the role of:
What do UNESCO do? Assess applications Maintain the world list Maintain the website (http://www.unesco.org/mab/wnbr.htm) Promote networking Review existing Biosphere Reserves
Networking Capacity building Focus on different ecosystems Research and monitoring Sustainable development in action
The Periodic Review UK re-joins UNESCO UNESCO asks for a report DETR commissions review Some UK Biosphere Reserves de- listed
What about the Dyfi? No zonation Too small
The good news! The most promising BR in the UK Easy to create Core Area and Buffer Zones from existing Nature Reserves and protected areas (SSSI) Transition Area could cover the catchment
What are the options? Do nothing Apply to de-designate Bring it up to standard
How do we do it? Listen to informed local opinion Relay the result to the National Assembly National Assembly works via the UNESCO UK MAB Committee and the Foreign Office
….Form filling Very long Very detailed Lots of supporting information
Then what? The hard work really starts!
ECOSOC 2 July, 2008 Applying the Ecosystem Approach through IWRM- River Basin case study Hillary M Masundire Chair, IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management.
Action Plan David Dawson Head of Digital Futures Museums, Libraries and Archives Council.
Geospatial Database on Protected Areas of Baikal Region Ekaterina Tsybikova Transparent World, Russia SCGIS Conference, Monterey, 2007.
Information system on protected areas of Russia Ekaterina Tsybikova¹, Maxim Dubinin² ¹ Transparent World, Russia; ² University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.
Marine and Coastal Management in England and Wales Heidi Roberts, Principal Environmental Consultant Plancoast Conference, Berlin 21 st November 2007.
Public Health Essential Service #2
Essential Service #6 :. Refresher: Why learn about Essential Services? Improve quality and performance. Achieve better outcomes – improved health, less.
Delivering effective needle and syringe programmes: Implementing NICE guidance Working with Local Authorities: Planning Applications for Needle Exchanges.
The Balanced Programme Review of Modules G and H.
German Technical Cooperation strengthening World Heritage Sites.
An Opportunity for the Dyfi Valley Pete Frost Countryside Council for Wales.
Is My Organization Ready? Ready, Set, Go! Fill out the Intent to Apply Form.
for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship
Cardiff Council – Sustainable Development Unit Sarah Lart Sustainable Development Officer for Education and Awareness Raising or.
The UK MAB Committee Andy Swash (Chairman, UK MAB Committee)
Biosffer Dyfi Biosphere Iaith a Diwylliant / Language & Culture Peter Jones Manager of Celtica Not the Guru on Language & Culture Passionate Introduction.
What’s Fundraising got to do with Trustees?. Why is fundraising a core concern? It gives your organisation the means to: Deliver essential resources Plan.
Green Infrastructure and RDPs Ágnes Zólyomi, CEEweb for Biodiversity RDP workshop, Budapest 12 June 2014.
INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE. 2 Implemented in 12 countries of Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, through IUCN regional.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.