Ppt on conservation of environment

Environment Act Licence Update

Services 1) Spill Contingency and Emergency Response Plan reference error EAL to require plan to be updated and approved EAL - Environment Act Licence Minago Project – Summary of TAC Comments TAC Member Concern Proposed Mitigation Conservation – Environmental Services 2) Both proposed sewage treatment facilities must meet standard design and discharge criteria EAL will require standard construction and operating procedures for sewage treatment and effluent/


Glencoe Discovering Life Skills Chapter 14 Your Environment Chapter 14 Your Environment 1  Section 14.1 Resources and Conservation  Section 14.2 Protect.

resource. Save water by turning it off when you brush your teeth, and take showers instead of baths. Save water by turning it off when you brush your teeth. conservation The saving of resources. Glencoe Discovering Life Skills Chapter 14 Your Environment Chapter 14 Your Environment 7 Conserve Resources Conserving energy helps save money and reduce pollution: Use only the water you need. Keep doors and windows/


Sherdukpen Community Conservation Area Meghalaya Environment and Wildlife Society A novel development in Biodiversity Conservation is taking place in Arunachal.

’s most unique biodiversity. Sherdukpen Community Conservation Area Meghalaya Environment and Wildlife Society The needs of the community and the benefits of conservation were widely discussed with the Sherdukpen Clan leaders… …resulting in the Sherdukpen Clan of the State resolving to set aside a large tract of their community land for the purpose of conservation of flora and fauna. Sherdukpen Community Conservation Area Meghalaya Environment and Wildlife Society Rural/Urban One example/


Population Dynamics, Carrying Capacity, and Conservation Biology G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition Chapter 9 G. Tyler Miller’s.

Environment 13 th Edition Chapter 9 Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Key Concepts  Factors affecting population size  Species reproductive patterns  Species survivorship patterns  Conservation/-independent controls  Density-dependent controls Natural Population Curves Fig. 9-7 p. 194 The Role of Predation in Controlling Population Size  Predator-prey cycles  Top-down control  Bottom-up control Fig/


Advanced Studies of International Environmental Law

." Prof. Dr. E. Albrecht, BTU Cottbus VII. Conservation of Marine Living Resources ITLOS Seat: Hamburg President: Rüdiger Wolfrum (Germany), Vice-President: Joseph Akl (Lebanon) for the period 2005-2008, 21 judges Chamber of Summary Procedure Chamber for Fisheries Disputes Chamber for Marine Environment Disputes special chamber to deal with the Cases concerning the Conservation and Sustainable Exploitation of Swordfish Stocks in the South-Eastern Pacific/


Lesson 3 Planting trees helps replenish this natural resource. Advocating for a Healthy Environment How do trees benefit the environment? Turning off.

papers in paper shopping bags for easy handling. Glossy Paper: Contact services that help you remove your name from mailing lists. Lesson 3 Becoming Involved in Protecting the Environment Protecting the Environment Become an informed consumer. Take action against local polluters. Contact organizations that promote the conservation of resources and educate people on environmental issues. Lesson 3 Q. _________ is the protection and preservation/


2011 CONFERENCE PHOTO-ARCHIVE The New Social Meaning of the Environment: Globalization, Conservation and Ruralism Russia, Kostroma region, Manturovsky.

, Kostroma region, Manturovsky district, Medvedevo village June 1-3, 2012 2011 CONFERENCE PHOTO-ARCHIVE The New Social Meaning of the Environment: Globalization, Conservation and Ruralism Russia, Kostroma region, Manturovsky district, Medvedevo village June 1-3, 2012 2011 CONFERENCE PHOTO-ARCHIVE The New Social Meaning of the Environment: Globalization, Conservation and Ruralism Russia, Kostroma region, Manturovsky district, Medvedevo village June 1-3, 2012 2011 CONFERENCE PHOTO-ARCHIVE/


USAID and Biodiversity Conservation Biodiversity Conservation in Agriculture Symposium Punta Cana, Dominican Republic May 31 - June 2, 2006.

Partnership / Central African Reg. Program for the Environment USAID $16 mill. Biodiversity in 2004 Landscape scale conservation of the Congo Basin USAID Biodiversity Program Profile: GCP GCP: The Global Conservation Program USAID $6.2 mill. Biodiversity in 2004 Conservation in 17 priority land and seascapes globally »Photo: The Nature Conservancy Komodo Island Land and Seascape USAID: promoting threats based conservation Prioritize funding on opportunities that focus on/


ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES.  Key Terms: Ecology Environment Environment Environmental Studies Environmental Studies  Why Environmental Studies?  Objectives,

at the global level. SAVE (Society for Awareness and Vision on Environment) 10 point agenda on Environment Protection  To implement prog on environment protection and water conservation special ministry need to be created at state level like in developed countries.  GOI approved policy on development and conservation of forests 30 years ago for 33% of area to be under forests. But !!  AIDS, A Disease, may kill one/


Harnessing Marketplace Power to Improve Health, Environment and Economics Grower Opportunities for Integrated Pest Management Through USDA NRCS Conservation.

including: Water Quality – Ground water – Surface water Air Quality – Ozone & VOC (volatile organic compounds) – Particulate matter Wildlife – Endangered and threatened species – Pollinators – Conservation of Natural Enemies – Habitat improvement Human & food safety Harnessing Marketplace Power to Improve Health, Environment and Economics 15 IPM CAPs Support Resource AND Pest Management IPM planning can: – Increase understanding and help limit surprises. – Improve management by goal setting and/


Gauteng Department of Agriculture, Conservation, Environment and Land Affairs DEVELOPMENT, PILOTING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A HEALTH CARE RISK WASTE INFORMATION.

verificationData committed to system after verification by WIS Officer by WIS Officer Cannot be deleted or alteredCannot be deleted or altered Transparency of dataTransparency of data Gauteng Department of Agriculture, Conservation, Environment and Land Affairs Data Upload Page Gauteng Department of Agriculture, Conservation, Environment and Land Affairs Approach to Development: Development 2) Reporting Process (2) Waste Information System (WIS) Officer:Waste Information System (WIS) Officer: –Monitoring/


Shoreline Master Program Update First Review of Preliminary Draft Shoreline Master Program [Entity] [Month Day, 2009] 1.

in ecological function and desired land uses within the City and its UGA Formerly a single Urban designation 23 Shoreline Master Program Update Environment Designations City of Entiat (Section 12.3) New designation system consistent with Guidelines recommendations –Urban Conservancy –Shoreline Residential –Waterfront Business (consistency with Waterfront Plan) –High Intensity –Aquatic Recognizes differences in ecological function and desired land uses within the City/


INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE Director General’s Presentation - Asia Regional Conservation Forum Bangkok - Thailand, 10-12 August 2015.

INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE Director General’s Presentation - Asia Regional Conservation Forum Bangkok - Thailand, 10-12 August 2015 2 Strategic Outlook The State of Conservation Priorities 3 The State of Conservation 4 Conservation Priorities for the Union Growing Pressures on Environment IUCN’s Legacy of Impact & Delivery IUCN’s Identity 5 Conservation Priorities for the Union Some Examples… Aichi Targets Policy Influencing Official Observer Status to the UN General Assembly/


11 STRATEGIC PLAN TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE BIODIVERSITY & CONSERVATION 6-7 MARCH 2012 1.

enhanced (2) Enhanced socio-economic benefits and employment creation for the present and future generations from a healthy environment Strategic ObjectiveObjective statement Performance indicator Target 2012/13 Target 2016/17 Biodiversity conserved, protected and threats mitigated Improve the conservation status of biodiversity by increasing the network of conservation areas, safeguarding ecosystems, species and genetic diversity and minimising threats to ecological sustainability. Reduction in the area/


Photographers for Conservation Juan Aragones Raymond Barlow Nate Chappell Karl Egressy Fabs Forns Ronnie Gaubert David Hemmings Scott Linstead Romy Ocon.

Salywoda David Sparks Photo by Jack Rogers Please help save our Environment 12 photographers have donated images for people to enjoy, in hopes of creating environmental awareness. 12 photographers have donated images for people to enjoy, in hopes of creating environmental awareness. Please, educate our children, respect our lands, and help promote conservation by forwarding this slideshow to everyone you know. Please, educate our/


Shoreline Environments King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks King County Department of Development and Environmental Services.

Shoreline Environments King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks King County Department of Development and Environmental Services Current Program Urban Urban Rural Rural Conservancy Conservancy Natural Natural Ecology Guidelines High Intensity High Intensity Shoreline Residential Shoreline Residential Urban Conservancy Urban Conservancy Rural Conservancy Rural Conservancy Natural Natural Aquatic Aquatic Challenges and Goals Geographic coverage Geographic coverage Lakes – 234 miles Lakes – 234 /


Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks Biodiversity and Natural Resources.

experiences gained from PAN Parks(protected area network) and project sites will be a quidelines for sustainable tourism approach in and around the protected areas of Turkey. Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management Project 150 Small Grants Program Projects’were implemented by the local people living in or around the protected/


PGR Forum Work package 6: Product exploitation and dissemination Progress report Presented by Shelagh Kell PGR Forum Workshop 2: Threat and conservation.

- EVK2-2001-00192 Fifth Framework Programme for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development www.pgrforum.org First International Conference on Crop Wild Relative Conservation and Use CWR conservation and use: an overview Prioritising CWR and establishing inventories CWR threat assessment Genetic erosion and genetic pollution of CWR In situ management and monitoring for CWR Ex situ conservation of CWR CWR information management CWR as gene donors for/


Myra Levine Conservation Model By: Courtney Jones, Sarah Rousseau, Marijo Johnson.

clarification about her theory (Alligood & Tomey, 2010, p. 226) Myra Levine’s Conservation Model “Focuses on conservation of the person’s wholeness. Adaptation is the process by which people maintain their wholeness or integrity as they respond to changes in their environment and become congruent with their environment” (Kearney-Nunnery, 2008, p. 27) Conservation “The way complex systems are able to function even when severely challenged/


Recycling and Our Environment Dianne Thomas MPH Walden University PUBH-6165-7/PUBH-8165-7 Environmental Health Instructor: Rebecca Heick 2009.

Making these decisions can contribute in assisting the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Recycling Coalition (NRC), NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)- Bureau of Solid Waste Reduction & Recycling, NYC Department of Sanitation, and New York City Borough Presidents. Our Environment Our Environment What is our environment ? OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR ENVIRONMENT Air Air Water Water Land Land Animals Animals People People Plants and Trees Plants and Trees What is happening/


Conservation and Energy Efficiency Hannah Stewart Sarah Kim per. 4 APES.

decreased by 58% per real dollar of GDP Will we be applying conservation in the near future? We will most definitely be applying conservation in the near future as it /is the only viable option for human beings. Advantages and Disadvantages Disadvantages: o using less means having less o it is more expensive to find renewable resources and apply them Advantages: o we get to save the world from disaster! o finding renewable resources means conservation of the environment/


How can we help to conserve the environment. (A) To recycle paper To reduce the number of trees that need to be cut down for making paper.

paper How can we help to conserve the environment (C) To save wildlife How can we help to conserve the environment (D) To reduce the use of oil (gasoline) To reduce air pollution How can we help to conserve the environment (E) To reduce the use of energy/ electricity To reduce pollution How can we help to conserve the environment (F) To reduce the use of plastic bags To reuse bags/


Alaska Tribal Conservation Alliance Angela Peter, Executive Director.

districts in Alaska to preserve and enhance the natural resources and traditional subsistence way of life” “To see Alaska Tribal Conservation Districts function to promote healthy people and environments through out Alaska” 50 participants Representing 15 communities Collaboration & Partnerships Natural Resources Conservation Service Indian Nations Conservation Alliance Wisconsin Tribal Conservation District Fish and Wildlife Service USDA Rural Development, Farm Service, Forest Service, Parks Service/


Company LOGO Unit 8 Everybody can help the environment.

:  A campaign is a planned set of activities that people carry out over a period of time in order to achieve something such as social or political change. ( 有计划的 ) 活动 ; 运动;竞选活动  conserve :  To conserve something means to protect it from harm, loss/火蜥蜴  caecilian[si:sili ə n] :n. 蚓螈 Part I Task A 1.Greenpeace, attitudes and behavior, environment, peace 2.World Wildlife Foundation, 1961, future, nature 3.Live Earth, climate crisis 4.Green School Project, schools, waste, landfill 5.Climate Change/


Mt Kenya University EGE 412: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION Credit Hours: 3 Pre-requisites: EGE 122 and EGE 222 Lecturer: Odanga L.

, inconvenient. There are other, more local, climate changes also caused by not treating the environment with respect. For example rainfall is affected by deforestation. Conservation of natural environments should be done not just for their own sake, but also for that of the world as a whole.global warminggreenhouse courtesy of http://desertification.wordpress.com These are just but a few reasons as to why saving/


Conservation Sustainability Course Series Instructor: Name Affiliation Email Phone Creator: Name Affiliation Email Phone.

Introduction: This course includes x unit… Objectives: 1. Acknowledge the importance of conservation 2. … 3. … Unit 1 Sustainability Course Series: Course Name Lecture: Beautiful Nature caption Unit 1 Sustainability Course Series: Conservation Reading: 1. Preservation and Conservation of EnvironmentPreservation and Conservation of Environment 2. Conservation and preservationConservation and preservation Assignment: 1. Definition and Conception Definition and Conception Unit 2 Sustainability Course/


Mt Kenya University EGE 412: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION Credit Hours: 3 Pre-requisites: EGE 122 and EGE 222 George Eshiamwata.

, inconvenient. There are other, more local, climate changes also caused by not treating the environment with respect. For example rainfall is affected by deforestation. Conservation of natural environments should be done not just for their own sake, but also for that of the world as a whole.global warminggreenhouse courtesy of http://desertification.wordpress.com These are just but a few reasons as to why saving/


Mt Kenya University EGE 412: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION Credit Hours: 3 Pre-requisites: EGE 122 and EGE 222 Lecturer: George Eshiamwata.

, inconvenient. There are other, more local, climate changes also caused by not treating the environment with respect. For example rainfall is affected by deforestation. Conservation of natural environments should be done not just for their own sake, but also for that of the world as a whole.global warminggreenhouse courtesy of http://desertification.wordpress.com These are just but a few reasons as to why saving/


How can we conserve biodiversity?

beneficial and thus promoted. - We should not only estimate values derived from conservation of biodiversity or the environment, but also establish a system in which conservation activities actually produce benefits in the form of monetary revenues. To conserve the environment without relying on political process, requires that people be given economic incentives to conserve the environment. In other words, a structure has to be set up that will persuade/


Online Sharing at 10.1 Society for Conservation GIS 2011 Conference

2011 Conference 18 Demonstration of Cloud Collaboration Search for map Add map notes for “park planning” or “citizen requests” save revised map FULL COLLABORATION DEMO open in mobile from 3 devices add data from field and check/edit from desktop Society for Conservation GIS 2011 Conference 19 Esri is an open source organization… Esri’s tools and development environments have always been open/


Training Manual on Risk Assessment of Living Modified Organisms

agreed instruments. Environmental and health policies and laws often define sets of “protection goals”, which are defined and valued environmental outcomes that guide the formulation of strategies for the management of activities that may affect the environment. Some protection goals are defined broadly (e.g. conservation of biodiversity) while others are more specific (e.g. protection of a threatened or endangered species). The context for all (environmental/


Chapter: Our Impact on Land

such as petroleum and metals are important for making the products you use every day at home and in school. Conservation is the careful use of earth materials to reduce damage to the environment. Conservation can prevent future shortages of some materials, such as certain metals. Conserving Resources 3 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Developed countries such as the United States use more natural resources than other regions/


Center for Space Environment Modeling Gábor Tóth Center for Space Environment Modeling University of Michigan Gábor Tóth Center.

into B 0 + B 1 Various methods to control the divergence of B Center for Space Environment Modeling http://csem.engin.umich.edu MHD Equations in Conservative vs. Non-Conservative Form Conservative form is required for correct jump conditions across shock waves. Energy conservation provides proper amount of Joule heating for reconnection even in ideal MHD. Non-conservative pressure equation is preferred for maintaining positivity. Hybrid scheme: use/


BUILDING SUPPORT FOR COST- EFFECTIVE COLLECTION AND INCREASING PARTICIPATION TDEC & SERDCs Summer Workshop Series August 2012 "Enhancing the quality of.

stewards of our natural environment " Department of Environment & Conservation Robert Martineau, Commissioner Division of Solid & Hazardous Waste Management "Enhancing the quality of life for citizens of Tennessee and to be stewards of our natural environment " Department of Environment & Conservation Robert Martineau, Commissioner Division of Solid & Hazardous Waste Management "Enhancing the quality of life for citizens of Tennessee and to be stewards of our natural environment " Department of Environment/


Water Conservation & Water Quality 11.4. Water Quality How do we know if the water is good? – Dissolved oxygen – Pathogens – Temperature – pH – Turbidity.

tail&id=06A70A7E2B26B95CA01 BF41C312F4040898BADD2&first =0&FORM=IDFRIR Cultural eutrophication From Millers Living in the Environment Wastewater treatment From Millers Living in the Environment Primary treatment Large screen to catch solids such as plastics, bottle caps, paper. Large/bing.com/images/search?q=Water+Conservation+Ideas&v iew=detail&id=924A5F6C23BE13E3FA7C4DAEC1525681838B5121&firs t=0 What can you do to reduce your water consumption? With your team, generate a list of ways that you can reduce /


TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT (THM 317)

Strategies Establish a national tourism strategy that is updated periodically and a master plan for tourism development and management. Integrate conservation of environmental and biodiversity resources into all such strategies and plans. Enhance prospects for economic development and employment while maintaining protection of the environment. Provide support through policy development and commitment to promote sustainability in tourism and related activities. THM 317 2 Interagency/


Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave University of Northampton

should also be entitled to diversity comparable to that enjoyed by previous generations. This principle is called ‘conservation of options.’ Brown Weiss, E., 1990, What Obligation Does Our Generation Owe to the Next? An Approach to Global Environmental Responsibility: Our Rights and Obligations to Future Generations for the Environment’, 84 AJIL (1990), 198 Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave University/


Policy of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment towards Sustainability Dr. Saksit Tridech Permanent Secretary Ministry of Natural Resources.

culture with equal shared benefit which takes into account the protection of biological safety. 50 Conclusion The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is committed to contribute to the countrys sustainable development through the rehabilitation of degraded natural resources, conservation of natural resources, protection of the environment, mitigation of the pollution and promotion of public awareness and participation. Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment http://www.mnre.go.th Thank you.


Summer Schools Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July, 2012 www.lincoln.ac.uk/summerschools/architecture.

Art gallery and Museum. Lincoln Castle. The High Street with its many modern shops, cafes and restaurants. Lincoln Cathedral. The City of Lincoln Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012 Summer School fees: The fee is £1,200 and needs to be paid in full/


INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

Diversity (3) The Protocol applies to the transboundary movement, transit, handling and use of all living modified organisms that may have adverse effects on the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity, taking also into account risks to human health (article 4). Precautionary Principle: In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by States according to their capabilities. Where/


Conservation Biology (Biol 4350/5350)

cultures are there? Over 6500 known languages (one indicator). Can also measure by number of indigenous populations: generally highest in tropics (where biodiversity is usually highest too). So: complex human/environment interactions; these determine cultural adaptation. Often overlooked, especially in context of conservation strategies. 2.1 Linguistic diversity and numbers of indigenous cultures across the world (Part 1) pcb3e-fig-02-01-1.jpg 2/


Outcome 2 Factors Influencing Contemporary Societal Relationships with Outdoor Environments Outdoor and Environment Studies Unit 3.

that have occurred within the last 10 to 15 yrs. Conservation- The protection and enhancement of the environment. Conservation- The protection and enhancement of the environment. Different Forms of Conservation Definition of Conservation: The protection and enhancement of the environment. Definition of Conservation: The protection and enhancement of the environment. Conservation - Examples: Conservation - Examples: Environmental groupsEnvironmental groups The Wilderness SocietyThe Wilderness Society/


A Chronological/Thematic Review of US History

, anti-alternate energy Cloning – controversial technology JUDGMENTS: There was an overall transition towards more climate-friendly environment. Most agree that it was necessary for America. It led to conservation of resources and awareness of the destruction that overuse of energy was causing to the environment. This was a time period of intellectual progress as well, creating a smaller world in such an expansive place. Main Menu Main/


Public Participation Network Representation on Committees PPN Workshop 19.11.14 Presentation by John McCormac k, Director of Service.

Neill – Cllr. Michael Doyle – Cllr. Tomas Breathnach 6 External Members – Agriculture/Farming (1) – Development/Construction (1) – Environment/Conservation (1) – Business/Commercial (1) – Trade Union (1) – Social Inclusion (1) SPC 2 – Infrastructure Policy, Transportation,/1) – Business/Commercial (1) – Environment/Conservation (1) – Community and Voluntary (1) – Development/Construction (1) Joint Policing Committee 5 Oireachtas Members 15 Elected Members of Kilkenny County Council 6 Representatives from the/


Conservation of Coral Reefs in Kuwait Arabian Gulf Marin Conservation Forum Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 11-14 September 2006 Adel H. Alsaffar Mariculture.

(337 species) recorded in Kuwait. Fish Species Associated with Coral Reefs Conservation Themes  Legislation Applicable to the Conservation of Coral Reefs,  Research, Monitoring and Documentation,  Education and Public awareness,  Practical Conservation of Coral Reefs.  Legislations Applicable to the Conservation of Coral reefs  Law No. 21 of 1995 & Law No. 16 of 1996 about establishing the “Environment Public Authority (EPA)”: With regard to Coral Islands and Coral Reefs: Objectives : Objectives/


Environment Statistics & Accounts Workshop 07 – 11 March 2010 ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA By: Joseph K. Minnaar Central Bureau of Statistics NAMIBIA.

- Number BIODIVERSITY, PARKS & TOURISM BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: The percentage of each major vegetation unit (Giess) conserved in P&Pas (including conservancies) and the percentage of areas of special ecological importance conserved, as defined in PART 3, section 1.3.2. - Area and percentage BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: The percentage of each major vegetation unit (Giess) conserved in P&Pas (including conservancies) and the percentage of areas of special ecological importance conserved, as defined in PART 3/


“One Minnesota” Conference January 14, 2009 Presented by Doug Henton Collaborative Economics, Inc. on behalf of.

sources  Conserve energy and natural resources  Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution  Repurpose waste The drivers of this new business activity include:  Public policy: new standards and incentives  Volatile fuel costs  Conservation efforts as a/Economy? GENERATE ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE RESOURCES ENHANCE ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXPAND ENERGY STORAGE CAPACITY CONSERVE NATURAL RESOURCES LIMIT NEGATIVE IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT GREEN ECONOMY VALUE NETWORK 2. What do we mean by the Green Economy? Included are/


Environmental History: Learning from the Past

2 What you will learn in this chapter? How hunter-gatherer societies, agricultural societies, and industrialized societies impacted the environment. What will the impact be of today’s globalization and information society? What are the major phases in the history of land and wildlife conservation, public health, and environmental protection in the US. Key Concepts Three Major “Revolutions” in Human Culture U.S. Environmental/


NATURE CONSERVATION Attēli no:

economic development gap between developed and developing countries has affected many inter national negotiations in the area of environment and nature. Today international cooperation takes place at the level of ratification of International treaties and implementation of international projects. International nature protection organisations, such as the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Wetlands International and others, founded and located in/


GREATER MEKONG SUBREGION CORE ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM Component 2: Biodiversity Landscape Conservation and Livelihoods Development Activity Progress and Component.

leverage investments to manage landscapes with high biodiversity and ecosystem services values Promote green value chains of agro-ecosystem products and services in support of local livelihoods development GREATER MEKONG SUBREGION CORE ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM Results-based planning 2013 Establishment of a regional multi- stakeholder platform to initiate dialogue on conservation Potential livelihoods opportunities from agro-ecosystem products and services identified Value chain interventions identified for/


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