SECOSUD II Workshop on the Integration of the 3 Rio Conventions – Presentations now available

We are pleased to announce that many of the partners who contributed to the Workshop held on June 22 and 23 have agreed to let us publish their presentations. Download links for each presentation (in PDF format) will be published as we get permission from the author to publish his material. Continue reading to download the presentations currently available.

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June 22 – Technical presentations

SECOSUD II Project – Objectives and achievements” (Cornelio Ntumi – UEM DCB)

Panel 1: National experiences

Biodiversity Network of Mozambique: presentation of first pilot version and data” (Silvino Guambe Jr., Luca Malatesta, Delcio Odorico, Domingos Sandramo – SECOSUD II Project)

Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry Monitoring in Mozambique through Collect Earth Software” (Edna Tania Matsimbe, Joaquim Campira – SECOSUD II Project)

The role of scientific research in conservation planning in Swaziland” (Ara Monadjem – University of Swaziland)

The contribution of scientific research to biodiversity conservation in Zimbabwe” (Christopher Magadza – University of Zimbabwe)

Assessment of species extinction risk for IUCN Red Lists in Mozambique” (Camila Sousa – IIAM)

Panel 2: Local experiences, training and awareness raising

Towards an integrated management system across protected areas thematic and geographical boundaries” (Fabio Attorre – Sapienza University of Rome)

Iniciativas de disponibilização de informações para a gestão ambiental (e conservação)” (Zaina Muita, Susana Silva – BioFund)

Communities on the move: animal and human health challenges” (José Fafetine, UEM Faculty of Veterinary)

Geochemical and Hydrogeological monitoring and assessment of the buffer zone of Limpopo National Park” (Maurizio Barbieri, Giuseppe Sappa – Sapienza Univeristy of Rome)

Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) in Massingir District: a potential case study in the Tradition Knowledge (TK) of ethnobotany” (Telo da Silva – SECOSUD II Project)

June 23 – Round table

Conservation, impact Mitigation and Biodiversity Offsets in Africa” (Hugo Costa – WCS Combo Project)

UNCCD LDN Target Setting Programme in Southern Africa” (Simeon Hengari – UNCCD Global Mechanism)

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