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Biodiversity Conservation for Human Well-Being

PARTICIPANTS

You are an advisor, consultant, practitioner, or technical staff working in a government or sector ministry, NGO or civil society organization

OBJECTIVES AND CONTENT 

In a close exchange with other practitioners you learn about the following topics:

  • Concepts and current trends on biodiversity
  • International policy framework
  • Protected areas-concepts, management, governance and current trends
  • Sustainable use of biodiversity
  • Access and Benefit Sharing
  • Implementing the Convention on Biologic Diversity at national level- Mainstreaming of biodiversity and NBSAPs
  • Financing for biodiversity

After the training course you will

  • Have a sound understanding of the concept of biodiversity and the linkage with human well-being
  • Be familiar with the international policy framework
  • Have an overview of concepts, tools and practical examples of biodiversity conservation
  • Have discussed challenges and trade-offs among conservation needs and development interests

METHODS

  • Presentations
  • Discussions
  • Group work
  • Participatory methods
  • Excursion

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

16–22 

LANGUAGE

English 

REMARKS

You may also book this course as a separate training for a group at a place and time of your convenience.

COURSE DATES 2018 

29 Oct to 1 Nov 

LOCATIONS 

Bangkok, Thailand

DURATION & TIME 

4 days
Monday to Thursday
9:00am to 5:00pm

COST

1550.00 €

COURSE

Face to face

COURSE LETTERS

(KE-BC)