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					 Number                  Name of Event                  Name of Contact/Individual Theme


            Workshop: Whakatane Assessments:
CEESP OFFICIAL WORKSHOPS
            a multi‐stakeholder approach to
            solving human rights issues in
       305 protected areas?                  Freudenthal Emmanuel

             Workshop: Economic Policies and
         349 Sustainability at a Time of Crisis  Mead, Aroha
             Workshop: Promoting a New
             Conservation Ethic Based on Respect
         544 for Indigenous Peoples
             Workshop: Wiser discussion about    Peggy Smith
             ethical and responsible engagement
             with the private sector to promote
         560 change                              Clive Wicks
LIST OF ALL OTHER EVENTS ORGANISED BY OR INVOLVING CEESP MEMBERS


POSTER

             Poster: sustainable farming in high
             Poster: Promoting environment
         216 nature value (HNV)sustainability of      Allan Williams
             tribal communities in south‐eastern
             Taiwan by indigenous PAR approach
         445 after Typhoon Morakot.
             Poster: The world, an island; An         Chiung‐Hsi Lie
             island, the world: Applying Island
             Knowledges to World Environmental
         558 Challenges                               Trisha Watson
             Poster: The Locally Managed Marine
             Area Network ‐Keeping it Simple and
         559 Sustainable                              Hugh Govan

             Poster: How changes in Brazil's Forest
         656 Code affect private protected areas

             Poster: PRCM : A West African
         737 Coalition for Biodiversity Conservation Ahmed Senhoury


WORKSHOP

             Workshop: Access and Benefit Sharing
         121 and Protected Areas                    Barbara Lassen
             Workshop: Leveraging Markets for
             Conservation: Removing the
             Workshop: to Scaling up
         181 Roadblocks Our Protected Planet:       Aroha Mead
             Achieving Aichi biodiversity targets
             through constituency building, science
         150 and action                             Charles Besancon
    Workshop: Promoting sustainable
    farming practices: the use of a high
292 nature value index (HNVI)                  Allan Williams

    Workshop: Fisheries, biodiversity
306 conservation, and food security            Despina Symons Pirovolidou

    Workshop: What constitutes a
392 resilient food system?                     Michel Pimbert
    Workshop: The Biodiversity and
    Climate Imperative to Protect Primary
666 forests: Implications for Climate Policy
    Workshop: Connectivity Conservation,       Brendan Mackey
    Law and Beyond: for an
    environmentally and Socially resilient
735 planet                                     Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
    Workshop: Tools and capacity building
    for addressing benefits and risks of
740 REDD+ in Asia World Heritage
    Workshop: The                              Barney Dickson
    Convention at 40 - Engaging the IUCN
    constituency for conservation and
741 communities
    Workshop: Youth Engagement and             Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
    Intergenerational Partnership for
    Sustainability: Toward a
746 Cross‐Commission Action Plan               Catie Burlando (Youth)
    Workshop: Adopting Green Practices
    in Response to Oil Spills in 3 Regions
747                                            Charlotte Moser
    Workshop: Empowering rural
    stewardship to conserve biodiversity
751 and enhance ecosystem services             Mike Jones
    Workshop: Conservation and Poverty,
    Landscapes and Livelihoods ‐What
756 have we learnt about the links?            Alessandra Giuliani
    Workshop: Locally Managed Marine
    Areas, towards a Global Learning
757 network Community‐based marine
    Workshop:                                  Lea Scherl
    management in the Asia‐Pacific in the
    context of international conservation
758 targets                                    Marjo Vierros
    Workshop: Biospheres and World
    Heritage: engagement with extractive
760 industries                                 Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
    Workshop: Mainstreaming
    Environmental Sustainability, Disaster
763 Risk Reduction and Climate Change          Imen Meliane
    Workshop: Island Leadership on
    Global Challenges; Lessons and
782 Experience                                 Lea Scherl
           Workshop: Stakeholder engagement
           and social safeguards to support
           indigenous peoples and forest
           Workshop: Protecting processes:
       786 communities in REDD+diversity         Gonzalo Oviedo
           through effective and equitable
           governance: Lessons from a diversity
       834 of protected areas Rights, Indigenous Brent Mitchell
           Workshop: Human
           Peoples and a New Role for
           Conservation Organizations in
       837 Nature´s Governance                   Kristen Walker-Painemilla


CONSERVATION CAMPUS
          Conservation Campus: Understanding
          and Implementing the IUCN Protected
      125 Area Management Categories             Sue Stolton
          Conservation Campus: Integrating
          ecosystem services into development
      360 planning ‐IES                          Barbara Lassen
          Conservation Campus: Introduction to
          resilience assessment as a tool for
      389 transforming social-ecological systems Mike Jones

           Conservation Campus: Governance of
       742 Protected Areas                       Grazia Borrini‐Feyerabend
           Learning from Sacred Natural Sites:
           Amplifying Guardian voices in working
       767 with National Governments             Bas Verschuuren


KNOWLEDGE CAFE
         Knowledge Café: Tourism visitation
         and value generated for protected
      46 areas: Options for ProtectedPlanet
         Knowledge Café: African Indigenous         Anna Spenceley
         Peoples and improvements to the
         World Heritage Nomination(TILCEPA
     133 Event)                                     Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)

             Knowledge Cafe: World Heritage
       136   Areas as LearningContribution to a
             Knowledge Café: Landscape              Lea Scherl
             Brazilian National Road Map to
             implement the outcome of CBD
       156   COP10
             Knowledge Café: Connecting the Dots:   Luiz Merico
             Landscape Connectivity, Resilient
             Communities, and Global Network of
       261   Great Mountain Trails
             Knowledge Café: Gobernanza Marina:     Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
             Reflexiones sobre conservación,
             derechos de acceso al mar y
       272   resiliencia social y cultural          Vivienne Solis Rivera (MesoAmerica)
           Knowledge Café: Implementation of
           the UN Decade on Biodiversity with a
       314 focus on South East Asian countries
           Knowledge Café: Advocating for       Gerald Dick
           Indigenous Rights: From Local
           Indigenous Communities to Global
       362 Action                               Trisha Watson
           Knowledge Café: Man, Development
           and Water: Issues and Challenges in
       382 Himalayas                            Dr. Mohinder Slariya

           Knowledge Café: Monetary Justice
       516 and Sustainability                    Alejandro Nadal Egea (TEMTI)


                       Café: Imperative to Act ‐ Mahesh Pradhan
       543 Knowledge Café :Cultura y Ambiente,Greening Higher Education for Next Generation of Sustainability and Planetary L
           uniendo a la Gente; experiencias de
           gestión bio‐cultural / Culture &
       548 Environment
           Knowledge Café: Supporting            Gonzalo OVIEDO
           Indigenous Peoples and Local
           Communities in World Heritage Site
       640 Management through Rights Based Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
           Knowledge Café: Jóvenes viviendo en
           los bosques: intercambios de
       676 experiencias                          Eduardo Arenas


OTHER ACTIVITIES


          4 Business & Biodiversity Pavillion    Masego Madzwamuse (Southern Africa)


            Just World Pavilion                  Ken MacDonald

            Intergenerational Task Force Logo
            Competition                          Catie Burlando/ Rebecca Koss (Youth)


            CEESP YP Activities leading up to WCC Catie Burlando/ Rebecca Koss (Youth)

JUST WORLD PAVILION ACTIVITIES
          Living Labs for Climate Change
          Dialogue                               CEESP/Ken MacDonald

            Community voices in a just world     CEESP/Melanie Zurba
            Pimachiowin Aki….. new governance
            arrangements for protected areas
            management                           CEESP/Iain Davidson-Hunt
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS PAVILION ACTIVITIES

            Rio+20 to COP11: Bridging the Green
            Economy Agenda                      CEESP/Andrew Siedl




BLUE PLANET PAVILION ACTIVITIES
           An inter-cultural dialogue on Marine
           Protected Areas – can locally
           managed marine areas provide a
           foundation for national marine PA
         2 networks?                              CEESP/TILCEPA/Nigel Crawhall




            What’s the buzz? Uniting for marine
          3 adaptation                            CEESP/TILCEPA/Nigel Crawhall
                   Email               Nature of Involvement




emmanuel@forestpeoples.org       organiser


Aroha.Mead@vuw.ac.nz             organiser


pasmith@lakeheadu.ca             organiser


clivewicks@googlemail.com        organiser




lupapsir@gmail.com               organiser


jessehin@ms33.hinet.net          organiser


watson@honuaconsulting.com       organiser


hgovan@gmail.com                 organiser


batmanbio@yahoo.com.br           organiser


ahmed.senhoury@iucn.org          organiser




barbara@cenesta.org/
barbara.lassen@gmail.com         organiser

                                 participate (workshop led by
aroha.mead@vuw.ac.nz             Rainforest Alliance)


Charles.Besancon@unep-wcmc.org   organiser
lupapsir@gmail.com                    organiser


Despina.SYMONS@ebcd.org               Organising and Planning (EBCD)


michel.pimbert@iied.org               organiser

brendan.mackey@anu.edu.au /
b.mackey@griffith.edu.au              organiser

                                      Planning Committee (led by Ian
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com               Walker)


barney.dickson@unep-wcmc.org          organiser

                                      Contribute in some manner (led by
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com               Tim Badman)


umburlac@cc.umanitoba.ca              Organiser & Planning committee


mosercharlotte@gmail.com              organiser


mike.jone@stockholmresilience.su.se   Participant


alessandragiuliani@googlemail.com     organiser


lea.scherl@bigpond.com                Co-owner


vierros@ias.unu.edu                   organiser

                                      Contribute in some manner (led by
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com               Sarah Gaines)


imeliane@tnc.org                      organiser


lea.scherl@bigpond.com                Co-owner
gonzalo.oviedo@iucn.org               organiser


brentmitchell@qlf.org                 organiser


k.walker@conservation.org             organiser




sue@equilibriumresearch.com           organiser

barbara@cenesta.org /
barbara.lassen@gmail.com              organiser


mike.jone@stockholmresilience.su.se   organiser


gbffilter@gmail.com                   organiser


basverschuuren@gmail.com              organiser




annaspenceley@gmail.com               organiser


nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com               organiser


lea.scherl@bigpond.com                Co-owner


lmerico@terra.com.br                  organiser

                                      Planning Committee (led by Bob
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com               Davis)


vsolis@coopesolidar.org               organiser
gerald.dick@waza.org                 organiser


watson@honuaconsulting.com           organiser


mkslariya@gmail.com                  organiser


sirius.iceberg@gmail.com             organiser


paryavaranmitra@yahoo.com            organiser


gonzalo.oviedo@iucn.org              organiser

                                     Planning Committee (led by Tim
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com              Badman)


arenasjr@gmail.com                   organiser




mmadzwamuse@gmail.com                Participate & assist


kmacd@utsc.utoronto.ca               Co-coordinator


Rebecca.Koss@liverpool.ac.uk         Organising and Planning


Rebecca.Koss@liverpool.ac.uk         Co-ordinating activities




kmacd@utsc.utoronto.ca               Organising

melzurba@gmail.com                   Organising


Iain.Davidson-Hunt@ad.umanitoba.ca   Organising
Andrew.SEIDL@iucn.org     Co-owner




nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com   Owner




nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com   Owner
     Other CEESP Participants                             Abstract                                  Date   Time


                                Two Whakatane Assessments have been conducted for the
                                first time in 2011 and 2012. They are an ambitious first step
                                towards creating a systematic framework for assessing and
                                contributing to the solution of human rights issues linked with
                                protected areas. This is a concrete contribution to IUCN´s




Chiung-Hsi Lie -
jessehin@ms33.hinet.net         It will contribute to the Theme "Valuing andconserving
                                biodiversity by demonstrating how extractive industries are
                                underming biodiversity and by setting rules and guidelines for
                                governments, Civil society by using examples taken from
                                SEAPRISE and IUCN members work since Barcelona will be




                                Confronted with specific problems of slope, flooding, drought,
                                pests diseases, low soil fertility, etc., farmers in the Northern
                                Range, like small farmers throughout the world, have
                                developed unique crop management systems aimed at
                                overcoming these constraints. 2009 had seriously damaged
                                Typhoon Morakot on August 8,
                                about ten tribal villages of Paiwan ethnic group in Taitung
                                County, south-eastern Taiwan.
                                The Council for Culture Affair of Taiwan entrusted a project to
                                the Community Empowering Society for community




                                What exactly is Access and Benefit Sharing and how does it
                                work?
                                How will new policy and legal frameworks on ABS impact
                                protected areas, and the indigenous peoples and local
                                communities living in and around them? foe of
                                Private sector has long been blamed as the
                                conservation, and not without reasons. The unprecedented
                                occurrence of floods, drought, poverty and conflicts are the
                                outcomes of our collective neglect of nature. Businesses have
                                increasingly sought green credentials, some as public relations
                                Protected areas are well known as the cornerstones in
                                biodiversity conservation efforts. The Aichi Biodiversity
                                Targets, especially Target 11, challenge the world to
                                significantly strengthen protected area implementation for the
                                conservation of biodiversity. Protected areas need to more to
                 Small Farming Systems are complex structures reflecting a
                 variety of combinations of inputs and techniques that had
                 been accepted for personal use because they have been
                 shown to reward the farmer for his/her actions and are
                 consistent with his/her perception of farming risks, farm




                 The rising demand for food, occurring against a backdrop of
                 population growth and global environmental change is testing
                 the resilience of food systems worldwide. Earth has to
                 produce more food when the planet is close to tipping points
                 that may transform it in ways that are undesirable from a




                 This workshop will highlight the role that collaborative
                 connectivity conservation plays in enhancing biodiversity
                 conservation in partnership with protected area management;
                 in providing nature based solutions to climate change and in
                 increasing the health and resilience of communities to global




                 Our workshop
                 no abstract purpose is to draft a Cross-Commission Action
                 Plan that promotes
                 greater youth engagement and collaboration across
                 generations in pursuit of the
                 IUCN vision of "a just worldoffshore drilling, conserves nature."
                 Catastrophic oil spills from that values and tankers or other
                 ships produce some of the most dramatic
                 and tragic environmental disasters that can impact local
                 ecosystems and livelihoods. At the local level
                 as well as internationally, no consistent framework exists for




                 The Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy (LLS) has been
                 innovative for IUCN and its partners, introducing a results-
                 based approach to integrated landscape management and
                 organizational change through policy-practice linkages.




                 Asia region is known as the world´s center of marine
                 biodiversity and it´s productive marine ecosystems are
                 sustaining vast majority of coastal communities´ livelihood
                 through fisheries and tourism. Yet the high population and
                 The workshop will present resources have the opportunity
                 growing demands for theseparticipants withresulted in a
                 to 1) learn and review on-going initiatives and projects 2)
                 discuss and offer recommendations and 3) provide comments
                 to expert meetings and policy processes.
Gonzalo Oviedo   Dealing with the increasing impacts of climate change and
                 natural catastrophes is becoming an increasingly high priority
                 topic for decision makers across the globe. The amount of
                 global GDP exposed to harm by disasters had nearly tripled
                 from $525.7 billion 40 years ago to $1.58 trillion. In addition,
                                     There is widespread agreement on the need to ensure that
                                     REDD programmes positively engage with indigenous peoples
                                     and forest communities and avoid harming their livelihoods.
                                     Under the normative argument, avoiding negative impacts
                                     and promoting comprehensive participation of indigenous
                                     This interactive session will explore lessons learned from a
                                     proven new model for engaging local communities in
                                     stewardship of World Heritage sites and other globally
                                     significant protected areas. It will bring out experience from
Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend            innovative conservethe landscape level related toathe rights of
                                     Actions to work at nature are closely reaching wide
                                     people to secure their livelihoods, enjoy healthy and
                                     productive environments and live with dignity. This high-level
Mingma Norbu Sherpa (presentation)   event will bring together Indigenous leaders, senior leadership
- m.sherpa.2008@gmail.com            of international conservation organizations and leaders from




                                     Ecosystem services are crucial to survival and to the social and
                                     economic development of human societies. Individuals, rural
                                     and urban areas as well as industries rely on the services that
                                     ecosystems provide. One major challenge is that ecosystem
                                     services often go unrecognized in economic markets,




                                     During the past decades, the term governance has grown in
                                     importance and use in many
                                     contexts, including protected areas. But for many involved in
                                     conservation, the concept
                                      is still quite new. Governance is about the processes and
                                     High level Policy makers, institutional representatives,
                                     conservation and civil society leaders will be brought together
                                     with and custodians to evaluate the options for international
                                     and national policy and practice in order to better legally
Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)             recognise, safeguard and conserve Sacred Natural Sites.




                                     Tourism is amongst the world´s largest industries and nature-
                                     based tourism is widely considered to be a growing segment
                                     of the market. Likewise, tourism represents a significant
                                     economic benefit from protected areas, and as one of many
                                     ´ecosystem services´ provided to society by series of areas,
                                     The round-table Knowledge Cafe sets out a protected
                                     perspectives related to UN norms and standards, the
                                     implementation of UNDRIP in Africa, the role of the UNPFII,
                                     the role of IPACC, and the IUCN’s advisory role. The overall
                                     aim is to explore how to improve the World Heritage




                                     The main purpose of this activity in Brazil is to contribute to
                                     the development of a national biodiversity strategy to fulfill
                                     the demands, at a national level, of the CBD Strategic Plan for
                                     the Post-2010 Period, as approved in Nagoya at COP10.
                                     This Knowledge Café session will address how globally
                                     recognized long distance mountain trails, such as the Gran
                                     Ruta Inca, the Great Himalaya Trail, and the Appalachian Trail
                                     improve resilience of mountain ecosystems and communities,
                                     and provide important platforms for de acceso a recursos
                                     Se vincularán los temas de derechos expanded mountain
                                     naturales (pesqueros) y las fortalezas culturales y sociales de
                                     comunidades costeras como factores de resiliencia
                                     importantes para una conservación del mar que garantice la
                                     equidad, la seguridad alimentaria y la reducción de la pobreza
The Decade on Biodiversity is the global strategic framework
for biodiversity conservation since COP10 of CBD, Nagoya in
2010. Especially the targets on awareness raising, involving
citizens in actions, conserving wild places and species together
Advocacy of indigenous are fields of activity forms. From
with related policy workrights takes on manywhere zoos and
community organization and activism, to legal and policy
advocacy, the progress regarding the rights of indigenous
peoples has required numerous tools and numerous
strategies. This knowledge café is a of growth and
Water being fulcrum of future pace dynamic exploration of
development of any economy, it is expected that the
proposed workshop will prove beneficial to understand the
issues and challenges of water related development in context
of human dimension ourwell know nature is the fact that to
The starting point of as Knowledge Cafe based solutions
monetary phenomena have significant impacts on the real
economy. There is no such thing as "neutrality of money" (i.e.,
the notion that given the technology and preferences of
agents, monetary phenomena is aimed at; sharing know how
Primarily, the knowledge café do not affect the outcome of
on aspects of curriculum orientations, teaching & learning
approaches, transformative research (action & applied
research), community engagement, students participation and
networking formás un mundo donde la equidad y la justicia
Urge cada vez a green economy and sustainable
sean la base de una armonía dinámica entre la gente y la
naturaleza, pero también entre las gentes, por ello hay que
brindar aportes y experiencias para promover acciones y
políticas que armonicen la conservación de the Worldcon las
World Heritage sites are established under la natura Heritage
Convention; they are key places for the conservation of
cultural and natural values of the world. IUCN is the official
Advisory Body to the World Heritage Committee on natural
Café para World Heritage sites, and as such evaluates
and mixedel intercambio de experiencias integrado pornew
personas que interactúan de manera directa con los bosques
y selvas buscando tener un impacto positivo en la
conservación y protección de la biodiversidad.




                                                                          14h30 -
                                                                    7-Sep 16h30
                                                                          14h30 -
                                                                    9-Sep 16h30

                                                                          13h00 –
                                                                   10-Sep 14h30
                                                                       14h30 -
                                                                 7-Sep 16h30




An intercultural dialogue between communities and
conservationists on the role of Locally Managed Marine Areas
as a way of developing national MPA frameworks and meeting
CBD targets. An inter-regional, intercultural event which
involves a traditional Pacific Islands kava ceremony, followed
by small group discussions led by marine delegates from the
Pacific and Meso-American Regions sharing their experience
This is a creative, think-tank / dialogue styled event where
community representatives, IUCN staff, conservation
scientists, NGO people, researchers and government
representatives get to share ideas with each other on what
IUCN is, could and should be doing on adaptation in the
coastal, marine and reef environment. The format is one-on-
one exchanges and small group discussions, captured using
Venue
Just World
Pavilion
Just World
Pavilion

Just World
Pavilion
Business&Ec
onomy
Pavilion
  Number               Name of Event          Name of Contact/Individual Theme
CEESP OFFICIAL WORKSHOPS
           Workshop: Whakatane Assessments:
           a multi‐stakeholder approach to
       305 solving human rights issues in   Freudenthal Emmanuel

           Workshop: Economic Policies and
       349 Sustainability at a Time of Crisis  Mead, Aroha
           Workshop: Promoting a New
           Conservation Ethic Based on Respect
       544 for Indigenous Peoples              Peggy Smith
           Workshop: Wiser discussion about
           ethical and responsible engagement
       560 with the private sector to promote Clive Wicks


EVENTS ORGANISED BY OR INVOLVING CEESP STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

                                                    Masego Madzwamuse (Southern
         4 Business & Biodiversity Pavillion        Africa)
           Knowledge Café: African Indigenous
           Peoples and improvements to the
       133 World Heritage Nomination(TILCEPA Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)

             Knowledge Cafe: World Heritage
       136   Areas as Learning Landscape            Lea Scherl
             Workshop: Leveraging Markets for
             Conservation: Removing the
       181   Roadblocks to Scaling up               Aroha Mead
             Knowledge Café: Connecting the
             Dots: Landscape Connectivity,
       261   Resilient Communities, and Global      Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
             Knowledge Café: Gobernanza Marina:
             Reflexiones sobre conservación,
       272   derechos de acceso al mar y            Vivienne Solis Rivera (MesoAmerica)

           Knowledge Café: Monetary Justice
       516 and Sustainability                       Alejandro Nadal Egea (TEMTI)
           Knowledge Café: Supporting
           Indigenous Peoples and Local
       640 Communities in World Heritage Site       Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
           Workshop: Connectivity
           Conservation, Law and Beyond: for an
       735 environmentally and Socially resilient   Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
           Workshop: The World Heritage
           Convention at 40 - Engaging the IUCN
       741 constituency for conservation and        Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
      Conservation Campus: Governance of
742   Protected Areas                        Grazia Borrini‐Feyerabend
      Workshop: Youth Engagement and
      Intergenerational Partnership for
746   Sustainability: Toward a               Catie Burlando (Youth)
      Workshop: Locally Managed Marine
      Areas, towards a Global Learning
757   network                                Lea Scherl
      Workshop: Biospheres and World
      Heritage: engagement with extractive
760   industries                             Nigel Crawhall (TILCEPA)
    Workshop: Island Leadership on
    Global Challenges; Lessons and
782 Experience                             Lea Scherl
    Protecting diversity through effective
    and equitable governance: Lessons
834 from a diversity of protected areas    Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend (Europe)

      Intergenerational Task Force Logo
      Competition                            Catie Burlando/ Rebecca Koss (Youth)


      CEESP YP Activities leading up to WCC Catie Burlando/ Rebecca Koss (Youth)
                  Email            Nature of Involvement




emmanuel@forestpeoples.org   organiser


Aroha.Mead@vuw.ac.nz         organiser


pasmith@lakeheadu.ca         organiser


clivewicks@googlemail.com    organiser




mmadzwamuse@gmail.com        Participate & assist


nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com      TILCEPA Hosting


lea.scherl@bigpond.com       Co-owner

                             participate (workshop led by
aroha.mead@vuw.ac.nz         Rainforest Alliance)

                             Planning Committee (led by Bob
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com      Davis)


vsolis@coopesolidar.org      organiser


sirius.iceberg@gmail.com     organiser

                             Planning Committee (led by Tim
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com      Badman)

                             Planning Committee (led by Ian
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com      Walker)

                             Contribute in some manner (led by
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com      Tim Badman)
gbffilter@gmail.com            Organiser


umburlac@cc.umanitoba.ca       Organiser & Planning committee


lea.scherl@bigpond.com         Co-owner

                               Contribute in some manner (led by
nigel.tilcepa@gmail.com        Sarah Gaines)


lea.scherl@bigpond.com         Co-owner


gbffilter@gmail.com            Participate


Rebecca.Koss@liverpool.ac.uk   Organising and Planning


Rebecca.Koss@liverpool.ac.uk   Co-ordinating activities
          Other CEESP Participants                                  Abstract                                 Date
                                           Two Whakatane Assessments have been conducted for the
                                           first time in 2011 and 2012. They are an ambitious first step
                                           towards creating a systematic framework for assessing and
                                           contributing to the solution of human rights issues linked with
                                           protected areas. This is a concrete contribution to IUCN´s




Chiung-Hsi Lie - jessehin@ms33.hinet.net   It will contribute to the Theme "Valuing andconserving
                                           biodiversity by demonstrating how extractive industries are
                                           underming biodiversity and by setting rules and guidelines for
                                           governments, Civil society by using examples taken from
                                           SEAPRISE and IUCN members work since Barcelona will be




                                           The round-table Knowledge Cafe sets out a series of
                                           perspectives related to UN norms and standards, the
                                           implementation of UNDRIP in Africa, the role of the UNPFII,
                                           the role of IPACC, and the IUCN’s advisory role. The overall
                                           aim is to explore how to improve the World Heritage




                                           Private sector has long been blamed as the foe of
                                           conservation, and not without reasons. The unprecedented
                                           occurrence of floods, drought, poverty and conflicts are the
                                           outcomes of our collective neglect of nature. Businesses have
                                           increasingly sought green credentials, some asglobally
                                           This Knowledge Café session will address how public relations
                                           recognized long distance mountain trails, such as the Gran
                                           Ruta Inca, the Great Himalaya Trail, and the Appalachian Trail
                                           improve resilience of mountain ecosystems and communities,
                                           and provide important platforms for de acceso a recursos
                                           Se vincularán los temas de derechos expanded mountain
                                           naturales (pesqueros) y las fortalezas culturales y sociales de
                                           comunidades costeras como factores de resiliencia
                                           importantes para una conservación del mar que garantice la
                                           equidad, la seguridad alimentaria y la reducciónfactla pobreza
                                           The starting point of our Knowledge Cafe is the de that
                                           monetary phenomena have significant impacts on the real
                                           economy. There is no such thing as "neutrality of money" (i.e.,
                                           the notion that given the technology and preferences of
                                           World Heritage sites are established under the outcome of
                                           agents, monetary phenomena do not affectthe World Heritage
                                           Convention; they are key places for the conservation of
                                           cultural and natural values of the world. IUCN is the official
                                           Advisory Body to the World Heritage Committee on natural
                                           and mixed World Heritage sites, role that collaborative new
                                           This workshop will highlight the and as such evaluates
                                           connectivity conservation plays in enhancing biodiversity
                                           conservation in partnership with protected area
                                           management; in providing nature based solutions to climate
                                           change and in increasing the health and resilience of




                                           no abstract
                 During the past decades, the term governance has grown in
                 importance and use in many
                 contexts, including protected areas. But for many involved in
                 conservation, the concept
                  is still quite new. Governance is about the processes and
                 Our workshop purpose is to draft a Cross-Commission Action
                 Plan that promotes
                 greater youth engagement and collaboration across
                 generations in pursuit of the
                 IUCN vision of "a just world that values and conserves




                 The workshop will present participants with the opportunity
                 to 1) learn and review on-going initiatives and projects 2)
                 discuss and offer recommendations and 3) provide comments
                 to expert meetings and policy processes.
Gonzalo Oviedo
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