Ppt on conservation of biodiversity in india

UNIT 2 NATURAL RESOURCES

of resources. There are clear indicators of sustainable lifestyles in human life. • Increased longevity • An increase in knowledge • An enhancement of income. These three together are known as the ‘human development index’. The quality of the ecosystems have indicators that are more difficult to assess. • A stabilized population. • The long term conservation of biodiversity. • The careful long-term use of natural resources. • The prevention of degradation and pollution of the environment. Anatomy of/


Genetic Diversity in Medicinal & Aromatic Plants & their Conservation in India P. Pushpangadan National Botanical research Institute (Council of Scientific.

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants & their Conservation in India P. Pushpangadan National Botanical research Institute (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research) Lucknow 226 001 Biodiversity Biodiversity is taken in its holistic sense, to encompass all levels of biodiversity, ecological and evolutionary process, including: Natural ecosystems Wild species & varieties Agricultural ecosystems Domesticated species & varieties Genetic Diversity (Intra-specific variability) Natural ecosystems maintain a vast “Genetic/


हम यहाँ क्यु आये हैं ? To know about each other? To know more about the city of Moradabad? To know more about the environment degradation? To know more.

recognised and protected Goal 2: By 2020, Government and key stakeholders initiate policies towards ensuring environmental flows in key rivers in India Goal 3: By 2020, improve the ecological health of the Ganga and its key tributaries, to the designated best use levels, by ensuring sustainable flows, biodiversity conservation, water stewardship by cities and industries, and enhanced climate adaptability Background Geographical focus: Himalayan river stretches, Ganga/


Biodiversity and its conservation Biodiversity Bio = life Diversity = Variety The term biodiversity was first coined by Walter G. Rosen in 1986. Biodiversity.

of India, 10)The Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Biodiversity value: The value of biodiversity in term of its commercial utility, ecological services social and aesthetic value is enormous.The multiple uses of biodiversity or biodiversity value has been classified by Mc.Neely et al in/also significant place in our psyco-spiritual arena and thus hold special social importance. 4) Ethical values: Ethical values related to biodiversity conservation are based on the importance of protecting all forms of life. It /


Recent achievements and challenges in WWF’s work to protect biodiversity and reduce humanity’s footprint in priority areas of the global conservation programme.

on Earth. This includes the protection of biodiversity in high conservation priority areas, and restoring populations of those species with the highest ecological, economic and cultural value. BIODIVERSITY - GLOBAL Conservation Highlights, December 2014 WWF welcomed decisions of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) meeting in South Korea to recognize the role of indigenous peoples and local communities in managing conservation, and integrate biodiversity into the new sustainable development goals/


Biodiversity Wealth and Opportunities for Asia Pacific Countries in Biotechnology & Herbal Technology Dr. P.Pushpangadan Director National Botanical Research.

(Council of Scientific & Industrial Research) Lucknow (India) September 2003 Biodiversity Biological diversity is the central tenet of nature, one of its key defining features. Evolution has produced an amazing variety of plants, animals and micro-organisms, intricately interconnected, and worthy of respect and conservation in their own right. Biodiversity is also the basis for the continuous evolution of species. This diversity is also the backbone of human societies and cultures, in terms of the/


Disengaging from Darwin Initiative Funding FSC Experience James Hindson Head of Field Studies Council Environmental Education Unit.

packages for different groups by CEE, The continued integration of biodiversity protection into NGO projects in NE India Disengaging from Darwin Initiative Funding FSC Experience 11.India - some details Continued delivery of biodiversity training by CEE, For example, CEE now manages to the UNDP SGS on Biodiversity Conservation - with a training component, was a lead Agency for the development of Indias Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan Disengaging from Darwin Initiative Funding FSC/


INDIA AS A MEGA DIVERSITY NATION ( Biodiversity at National level) India is one of the 12 mega-diversity countries in the world. It host about 7% of global.

(81,000 species of animal). Some of the biodiversity criteria are as follows: 1)Endemism: India shows a good number of endemic species. About 62% of amphibians and 50% of lizards are endemic to India. Western ghats are the site of maximum endemism. 2)Centre of origin: A large number of species are known to have originated in India. Nearly 5000 species of flowering plants had their origin in India. Regional or Local Biodiversity: Biodiversity at regional level/


National Biodiversity Action Plan.  India has participated actively in all the major international events related to environment protection and biodiversity.

decades and has ratified all the major biodiversity and environment related global conventions  The three objectives of the CBD are  conservation of biodiversity  sustainable use of its components  fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising out of the use of these resources.  The Union Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF), the nodal agency for implementing provisions of CBD in India,  developed a strategy for biodiversity conservation at macro-level in 1999 and got the Biological Diversity Act/


Global Biodiversity Information Facility GLOBAL BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION FACILITY Larry Speers Global Biodiversity Information Facility Arthur Chapman.

a recent inventory of palm collections in botanical gardens, 260 (22%) of the submitted 1208 names were synonyms and 46 (4%) were invalid (Maunder et al. 2001).” Meier & Dikow Conservation Biology, Pages 478–488 Volume 18, No. 2, April 2004 Problem: Use of Invalid Names Taxonomy Geography Time AnimaliaFungiPlantae Annelida Arthropoda Ascomycota Basidiomycota Coniferophyta Equisetophyta India 2006 2000 1950 1900 1800 500 Exploring biodiversity data Asia Africa/


“ Ensuring livelihoods with equity and dignity” Reinforcing the resilience of poor………. through on-farm conservation of local agro-biodiversity ASA, India.

Responsible crop initiative- addressing environmental, social and GAP – Partnership with MSSRF / Bioversity in NUS - stabilizing production and up-scaling of minor millets MSSRF/Bioversity partnership project 2012-2014 Develop & validate multi-stakeholder approaches for sustainable conservation of NUS and knowledge Explore ways of monitoring on-farm diversity Pursuing policy dialogue in favour of NUS conservation / biodiversity Provide useful lead to further research on climate change impacts on species and/


Faculty Orientation on BSc 4 th Year Env. Sc. Biodiversity Conservation and Management (Env.401) MAN KUMAR DHAMALA, PHD GoldenGate Int’l College July 09,

? How? How indigenous knowledge and practices can be used in biodiversity conservation? How is Nepal doing in biodiversity conservation? Readings Chaudhary, RP. 1998. Biodiversity in Nepal: Status and conservation. S. Devi, Shanpur (UP), India and Tecpress Books, Bangkok. Groom, MJ, GK Meffe and CR Carroll. 2006. Principles of Conservation Biology. Sinauer Associates Publication, Sunderland. Primack, RB. 2006. Essentials of Conservation Biology. Sinauer Associates Inc. Publishers, Sunderland. Sodhi, NS and/


Biodiversity & Biodiversity Hotspots Raminder Chowdhary Ver. 1.6.

Reptiles26717465.2 Amphibians17813073 Freshwater Fishes19113972.8 UNESCO – BIOSPHERE RESERVES The origin of Biosphere Reserves goes back to the "Biosphere Conference" organized by UNESCO in 1968. This Conference resulted in the launching of the UNESCO "Man and the Biosphere" (MAB) Programme in 1970. Biosphere reserves are areas of terrestrial and coastal ecosystems promoting solutions to reconcile the conservation of biodiversity with its sustainable use. They are internationally recognized, nominated by/


Talking the Walk: language as the missing ingredient of biodiversity conservation? An investigation of plant knowledge in the Western Usambara Mountains,

in language affect peoples knowledge and practice around plants?How do changes in language affect peoples knowledge and practice around plants? What are the implications for biodiversity conservation of maintaining cultural and linguistic diversity?What are the implications for biodiversity conservation of/ (153)Bolivia (15,000-18,000)Ecuador (294) USA (143)Australia (15,000)USA (284) Vanuatu (105)India (15,000)China (256) Tanzania (101)Peru (13,000)Papua New Guinea (203) Sudan (97)Malaysia (12,000/


Established in 1982 by a group of committed and concerned individuals, both within and outside the government. The objective-to focus attention on the.

Eco- Club schools and outside the schools. lack of Exposure visits like Biodiversity Parks, Sanctuary, lakes etc. Participation in environmental conservation and protection activities There are no other activity other than making eco friendly products. They want open discussion on Environment awareness programme in which teachers, children and parents can participate. They want to participate in competition/exhibition of the national level. Environment Education Activities with Different/


Advanced Studies of International Environmental Law

Conservation of Marine Living Resources Nature of the Problem 90% of the marine life exists in shallow waters above the continental shelf Growth of population and economy especially in coastal areas with all negative effects Protection of marine ecosystems for itself and for food needs Prof. Dr. E. Albrecht, BTU Cottbus VII. Conservation of Marine Living Resources 2. Sources and Impacts Biodiversity decline by over-exploitation of/Brazil-USA, 1996) Shrimps-Turtle (India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Thailand-USA, /


Evolution of Biodiversity and Strategy for its Conservation and Sustainable Utilization Dr. P.Pushpangadan Director National Botanical Research Institute.

and Legal experts to prepare an international legal instrument for conservation and sustainable use of Biodiversity which resulted in ‘CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY’ (CBD). –171 countries signed CBD in June1992 during the Earth summit at Rio de Janeiro. CBD came -into force as an International Law On 29 th Dec. 1993. Genesis of the Global Concern on Biodiversity Conservation India ratified CBD on 18th February 1994 and came into/


Land Management Officer Land and Water Development Division

-ecosystem, its structures and processes. Local knowledge and cultural diversity can be considered an essential part of agrobiodiversity as it is the human activity of agriculture which conserves this biodiversity. Importance (value) of biodiversity in agricultural ecosystems In agricultural systems biodiversity is important for the production of food, fibre, fuel, fodder...(goods) to conserve the ecological foundations to sustain life (life support function) to allow adaptation to changing situations and/


Knowledge Sharing for Biodiversity Conservation in the ASEAN Region.

ecosystems and sustainable forest management  Conservation Campus at the World Conservation Congress  Proposal preparation ASEAN India  Developing and implementing a national ABS Legal Framework in preparation to accede to and ratify the Nagoya Protocol  Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL) to preserve, document and protect traditional knowledge and prevent misappropriation of biodiversity and associated TK  Increase the capacity of AMS in terms of increasing awareness and better understanding/


5) Man- Wildlife conflict: Recent years there are increasing news of wild animal intruding the human settlement areas are coming. For example: In Odessa.

each others’ needs. As on 12th September, 2007 there were 507 Biosphere Reserves on World Network in 102 countries recognized by UNESCO which include Nilgiri, Sunderbans, Gulf of Mannar and Nanda Devi BRs from India. Structure and Design of Biosphere Reserves: In order to undertake complementary activities of biodiversity conservation and development of sustainable management aspects, Biosphere Reserves are demarcated into three inter-related zones: 1)The Core Zone/


Principles for a Mangrove Code of Conduct, cenTER Aarhus and ISME PROJECT Mainstreaming Conservation of Coastal Biodiversity through Formulation of a Code.

partners, and clients. A desk review was undertaken in January-February 2001 on mangrove biodiversity and conservation to formulate information and guidance materials as the basis for developing a Code of Conduct for Sustainable Mangrove Forest Management (the Code/ India India Malaysia Malaysia Philippines Philippines Thailand Thailand Vietnam Vietnam an Australian Case Study was also added in January 2006 an Australian Case Study was also added in January 2006 Principles for a Mangrove Code of Conduct/


Agroindustry Standards for Biodiversity Conservation Dave Gibson Chemonics International Biodiversity Conservation in Agriculture Symposium Punta Cana,

Standards for Biodiversity Conservation Dave Gibson Chemonics International Biodiversity Conservation in Agriculture Symposium Punta Cana, Dominican Republic May 31 – June 2, 2006 Outline  Driving Forces for Biodiversity in Agrifood  Typology & Application of Biodiversity Standards  Common Obstacles & Opportunities for Agriculture Remains at the Center of The Global Biodiversity Crisis  70% of forest loss due to agricultural conversion  90% of the world’s forests lay outside of protected areas/


Protecting Traditional Knowledge in India March 22, 2012 Anuradha R.V. Partner, Clarus Law Associates New Delhi, India.

controlled by Indian citizens ▫Biodiversity Management Committees  Preparation of Peoples’ Biodiversity Registers  Respond to requests from NBA and SBB Principles of Benefit Sharing NBA has power to impose conditions for securing equitable share in the benefits arising out of use of: ▫Biological resources occurring in India or ▫Knowledge relating to them. Benefits could include ▫Monetary gains, ▫Grant of joint ownership of IPRs, ▫Transfer of technology, ▫Association of Indian Scientists in R&D, ▫Setting/


Created by Veronica Limeberry. “Born in India in 1952, Vandana Shiva is a world- renowned environmental leader and thinker. Director of the Research Foundation.

the Bhopal tragedy. This violence demanded a paradigm shift in the practice of agriculture. Navdanya was born of this search for nonviolent farming, which protects biodiversity, the Earth and our small farmers. Navdanya means nine crops that represent Indias collective source of food security. The main aim of the Navdanya biodiversity conservation programme is to support local farmers, rescue and conserve crops and plants that are being pushed to extinction/


NGO ’ s views on Curcumin case in India Yuh-Gang YOON, Ph.D. Patent Attorney Zenith Patent & Law Firm APAA 54th Council Meeting 2007, Alelaide, Australia.

establish facilities such as herbaria and gene banks (ex-situ conservation) To use components of biological diversity in a sustainable way To use components of biological diversity in a sustainable way To integrate biodiversity considerations in national decision-making To integrate biodiversity considerations in national decision-making To adopt economically and socially sound incentives for the conservation and sustainable use of biological resources To adopt economically and socially sound incentives for/


BBOP webinar: Biodiversity Offsets and India Kerry ten Kate Director, Business and Biodiversity Offsets Programme Forest Trends Divya Narain Independent.

development Landscape-level planning Landscape Context BBOP Principles 4. No net loss: A biodiversity offset should be designed and implemented to achieve in situ, measurable conservation outcomes that can reasonably be expected to result in no net loss and preferably a net gain of biodiversity. 5. Additional conservation outcomes: A biodiversity offset should achieve conservation outcomes above and beyond results that would have occurred if the offset had not/


Access to Biological Resources and Benefit sharing in India

and Benefit sharing in India P. Pushpangadan National Botanical Research Institute (Council of Scientific &Industrial Research), Rana Pratap Marg, Lucknow-226001 http://www.nbri-lko.org September 2004 Biodiversity Biological diversity is the central tenet of nature, one of its key defining features. Evolution has produced an amazing variety of plants, animals and micro-organisms, intricately interconnected, and worthy of respect and conservation in their own right. Biodiversity is also the/


ESSENTIALS OF BIODIVERSITY DATA BASE

NOT INCLUDE MAJOR AND VAVILOVIAN CENTRES OF ORIGIN AND DO NOT ENCOMPASS MAJOR AGROBIODIVERSITY ECOSYSTEMS OF THE WORLD. AS A PARADIGM “HOTSPOT” CONCEPT HELPS CONSERVATION OF ENDEMIC AND THREATENED TROPICAL ECOSYSTEMS AND DOES NOT PROTECT AGROBIODIVERSITY. THE DRIVING FORCE FOR THE EVOLUTION AND DOMESTICATION OF WILD SPECIES TOOK PLACE IN THE DEFORESTED WOODLANDS AND GRASSLANDS THROUGH HUMAN INTERVENTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINISM. BIODIVERSITY “HOTSPOTS” TROPICAL ANDES MEDITERRANEAN MADAGASCAR/


Biodiversity Information in the Web with special reference to spices Dr. Santhosh J. Eapen Bioinformatics Centre Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut-12.

to computer based (How information is used….) How it helps……. Improve understanding of evolutionary processes underlying current diversity Improve use of biodiversity information in conservation BUT Depends crucially on connectivity of information Integration of systematics, biogeography, spatial modeling and genomics will: Bioinformatics: Aims Organization of biological data (databases)databases Development of new tools to find solutions to biological problems (software)software Analyzing systematically/


Biodiversity Information Systems Prasanna J. Kolte Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, Bangalore E-Forests Information Systems for.

data gaps Layer Descriptions in English and Kannada Acknoweldgements KBB: Sri. R. K. Singh, IFS Sri. H. S. Devaraj Sri. Prajapathi, IFS (Retd.) Sri. K. S. Sugara, IFS Advisors: Dr. K. N. Ganeshaiah Dr. R. Prabhakar Dr. Gladwin Joseph Major Data Providers Karnataka Forest Department FRLHT, Bangalore IIRS, Dehradun Birdlife International IUCN School of Ecology and Conservation, UAS, GKVK, Bangalore India Biodiversity Portal, Bangalore Bombay/


Asian Forest, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development by Percy E. Sajise Regional Director IPGRI-APO Serdang, Malaysia

Patterns of Biodiversity Utilization Conclusion Several Countries in Asia are Mega Centers of Biodiversity: Example- India- 2-4% global area; 7-8% of recorded species of the world Indonesia: 1.3% of global area; 17% unique species Total Forest Area in Asia Almost the Same 15 Years Ago; Concern: Rapid Decrease in Area of Primary Forest Deforestation Continue to Increase: In Asia Net Loss Offset by Increased Afforestation in China Increase in Areas Designated for Conservation of/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

from 181 countries in a unique worldwide partnership. Its mission is to influence, encourage, and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integri­ty and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable. Within the frame­work of global conventions, it has helped over 75 countries to prepare and implement national conservation and biodiversity strate­gies. According/


INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE Report and Update from the Chair, IUCN Asia Regional Members Committee Presentation to the Asia Regional.

Committee drew attention of the Government of Nepal towards conserving the threatened floral species Yartsa Gunbu (Cordyceps sinensis) in the wild Advocacy and facilitation on environmental agendas for Constitution members including providing recommendation on controlling illegal wildlife trade of rhino horn Facilitated all six IUCN Commission members meetings and workshops Key Activities related to National Committees 11 India National Committee Workshop on National Biodiversity Targets, New Delhi/


Bioresources, IPR & WTO Regime in 21 st Century P. Pushpangadan National Botanical Research Institute (Council of Scientific &Industrial Research), Rana.

Procedures for IPR Protection/Benefit sharing  Documentation & Registration of TK – Medicinal plant use & Conservation at local, state and national level.  Contribution to TKDL & TKRC  Value addition to TK & Indigenous Medicinal Plants – Scaling up IPRs  Herbal drugs, Pharmaceuticals, Natural products & byproducts, Nutraceuticals, Functional foods, etc. Strength of India in Biodiversity  Rich in all levels of biodiversity species, genes, habitat  Rich in cultural diversity that generated rich fund/


Recent achievements and challenges in WWF’s work to protect biodiversity and reduce humanity’s footprint in priority areas of the global conservation programme.

plans threaten Cambodian tiger reintroduction © Nick Cox / WWF_Greater Mekong Programme Conservation Highlights, June 2015 BIODIVERSITY WWF’s biodiversity meta-goal is to ensure the integrity of the most outstanding natural places on Earth. This includes the protection of biodiversity in high conservation priority areas, and restoring populations of those species with the highest ecological, economic and cultural value. Conservation Highlights, June 2015 The wild giant panda population has increased by/


1 Conservation and Development Network A Smithsonian Institution and the World Bank collaborative effort within the Global Tiger Initiative Smithsonian.

leaders and policy makers” 2 Smithsonian Institution National Zoological Park Center for Conservation Education and Sustainability “Studying and understanding biodiversity, people and the environment, and training the next generation of conservation practitioners” Professional Training and Academic Programs Conservation and Sustainable Development Programs Center for Conservation Education and Sustainability Conservation and Development Network Agenda I.Welcome Remarks, Steve Monfort II.Brief Overview/


Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Findings. Overview of Findings  Over the past 50 years, humans have changed ecosystems more rapidly and extensively than.

11.7% of the terrestrial surface have now been established, and these play an important role in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services  Technological advances have also helped lessen the pressure on ecosystems per unit increase in demand for / Canada M.S. Swaminathan, MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, India José Galízia Tundisi, International Institute of Ecology, Brazil Axel Wenblad, Skanska AB, Sweden Xu Guanhua, Ministry of Science and Technology, China Muhammad Yunus, Grameen Bank, /


IP Guidelines and Agreements for Access and Use of Genetic and Natural Resources.

ensure conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity The benefit sharing is based on case to case basis to the third parties Criteria for Benefit sharing-2 contd The monitory benefits will be deposited in the National biodiversity fund/ Decisions by Opposition Division: Morality: –No direct link between endangering of livelihood of people in India and claimed method of controlling fungi, –European Patent gives no rights in India –Traditional uses known for centuries are related to novelty/prior use issues/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

from 181 countries in a unique worldwide partnership. Its mission is to influence, encourage, and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integri­ty and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable. Within the frame­work of global conventions, it has helped over 75 countries to prepare and implement national conservation and biodiversity strate­gies. According/


What Does It Take To Be An Effective Business Model in Conservation? 1 CITES 16 th Conference of Parties Bangkok, Thailand March 12, 2013 Keshav Varma.

Innovative Solutions  A platform for closer collaboration between business and policy makers for biodiversity conservation  Launched in June 2012 by the Confederation of Indian Industry (40,000 corporate members) and World Bank Group (including IFC)/ impact of individual organizations.  Until this is fully appreciated, mobilizing external resources may take time. 29 New Directions Next Three Years  Mobilize additional resources  Expand the role of Wildlife Business Councils in conservation in India and /


Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Findings. Largest assessment of the health of Earth’s ecosystems Experts and Review Process  Prepared by 1360 experts.

11.7% of the terrestrial surface have now been established, and these play an important role in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services  Technological advances have also helped lessen the pressure on ecosystems per unit increase in demand for / Canada M.S. Swaminathan, MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, India José Galízia Tundisi, International Institute of Ecology, Brazil Axel Wenblad, Skanska AB, Sweden Xu Guanhua, Ministry of Science and Technology, China Muhammad Yunus, Grameen Bank, /


Global and Antarctic Climate Change and Biodiversity: Physical connections and Legal disconnections Tina Tin, Scott Hajost, James Barnes Antarctic and.

biodiversity Menon et al 2010 Global summary of percent areal reduction across global ecoregions under a scenario of 6 m of sea-level rise. Antarctic Treaty (1959) Preamble “Recognizing that it is in the interest of all mankind that Antarctica shall continue forever to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes and shall not become the scene or object of international discord.” Article IX “… preservation and conservation of living resources in/


Climate Change Mitigation Projects in India – Policy Issues.

natural forests are both major stores of carbon and areas of valuable biodiversity Conserving these areas will yield both carbon and biodiversity benefits. However, biodiversity enhancement is not always a corollary of carbon sequestration, as the later involves planting of biodiversity poor monocultures. Concerns Crediting for A&R projects in CDM raises the prospect of net negative impacts to biodiversity by increasing the financial attractiveness of plantations relative to maintaining or restoring native/


RE (ESZ) DIVISION MoEF&CC 03.08.2016 NOTIFICATION OF ECO SENSITIVE ZONES (ESZ) AROUND PROTECTED AREAS (NATIONAL PARKS & WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES IN THE COUNTRY)

account for a significant part of the total area of 59, 940 sq.km of ESA identified by the HLWG for conservation.  Regulation/prohibition of certain identified activities in the Eco- Sensitive Areas.  Measures for incentivizing green growth in Western Ghats Region.  The HLWG highlighted the urgent need for the conservation of the biologically rich, diverse biodiversity and the natural landscape of the Western Ghats.  Identification of a contiguous Ecologically Sensitive Area/


Issues in Bioprospecting: Lessons from the Field

Contribution to other domestic benefits Food and Livelihood security benefits Social Recognition Joint IPRs Issues of Bioprospecting(Contd..) Conservation of biodiversity. Sustainability of Genetic Resource Stocks Uncertainties and opportunistic behaviors Success rate of bioprospecting programmes Market Trends National and International Legal and Policy Environment Capacity Building in Biodiversity inventorying, and bioprospecting technologies Biotechnology Herbal Technology Information Technology Issues/


Climate Change & Forests; Impacts & vulnerability Prof. Ravindranath Indian Institute of Science Bangalore.

2005 Status of Forests India has reasonably succeeded in conserving forests – though degradation continues India has effective forest conservation acts India is also implementing one of the largest afforestation programmes India has launched a large Greening India Mission - aimed at mitigation and adaptation to climate change Impacts of Climate Change – IPCC findings Populations of threatened species are expected to become extinct – 1/3 to 2/3 rd of known biodiversity at risk of extinction Species/


Biodiversity at the World Bank Dr Kathy MacKinnon Lead Biodiversity Specialist Environment Department The World Bank February 2006.

. Logging and Wildlife Trade  Well managed forests - effective extension of the conservation estate, supplementing PA network  FLEG: AFR, EAP, ECA –illegal logging (costs up to $5 billion annually in lost revenues)  Analysis of wildlife trade (East Asia, Congo Basin)  Costs & benefits of improved regulation to stop wildlife harvesting in forest concessions  Improved certification to include biodiversity 16. Poverty-Biodiversity Linkages  Forest governance and management systems to increase benefits/


Pre-meeting training course IAIA ’11 Puebla, Mexico

goals Example of biodiversity factors Elements of well-being Enhanced livelihood security Reduced health risk Reduced vulnerability Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Achieve universal primary education Promote gender equality Reduce child mortality Improve maternal health Combat major diseases Global partnership for development (Source: IIED, 2004) Ensure environment sustainability Ecological integrity Ecosystem approach to conservation Access to resources Benefit sharing In-situ conservation Sustainable/


Capacity Building Training Programme on Advance IPR, WTO Related Issues and Patent Writing April 30, 2008 CUTS, Jaipur Relationship of IPRs with Biotechnology,

resources/related knowledge within their jurisdiction and the BMCs are to promote conservation, sustainable use and documentation of biodiversity. The main role of NBA, SBBs and BMCs is to prepare the People’s Biodiversity Register (PBR) in consultation with local people. National Laws and Implementation:India Report to the People 2004-07 The Prime Minister launched a Report on 22 May 2007 that covered all issues related/


Developing biodiversity offsets for promoting ‘no net loss’ impacts and positive gains for biodiversity: Case studies from around the world Dr. Vinod B.

around the world Dr. Vinod B. Mathur Professor & Dean, Wildlife Institute of India vbm@wii.gov.in Dr. Vinod B. Mathur Professor & Dean, Wildlife Institute of India vbm@wii.gov.in Ecological and economic evaluation approaches for mainstreaming biodiversity in EIA; Saudi Arabia; 24-26 November, 2008  Oil and Gas development: Chad-Cameroon  Road transportation: Australia  Wetland conservation: USA  Oil and Gas development: Chad-Cameroon  Road transportation: Australia  Wetland/


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