Sustainable management of forest ecosystem services in the Western Himalayas

SITUATION One of India's most important ecoregions are the forest ecosystems of the Western Himalayas. They act as life support systems for millions of people residing in the uplands and lowlands of the Indo-Gangetic plains. They provide various ecosystem services that enhance the supply of water that flows into streams...

Programme Implementing the Nagoya-Protocol of the Convention on Biological Diversity (ABS Initiative)

OBJECTIVE Stakeholders in pilot and partner countries and regional and international organisations use contributions from the ABS Initiative to operationalise access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilisation. COUNTRYGlobal DURATION01 Apr 2015 - 31 Mar 2022 Commission AgencyBMZ CONTACT PERSON Dr. Andreas Drews

Strengthening Regional Experiences in Sustainable Peatland Management (ASEAN-REPEAT)

OBJECTIVE The ASEAN Secretariat and the ASEAN MS are strengthened in implementing the ASEAN Peatland Management Strategy and the National Action Plans on Peatlands, by strengthening the institutional framework, regional cooperation and demonstration measures. COUNTRYAsia DURATION01 Jun 2018 - 31 Jan 2023 Commission Agency BMU CONTACT PERSON Mr. Berthold Haasler

Blue Solutions – Implementing the CBD Strategic Plan in the field of marine and coastal biodiversity

OBJECTIVE The national and regional partner institutions enhance their capacities to improve and better contribute to the implementation of the CBD Strategic Plan targets on the conserbvation, sustainable use and restoration of marine and coastal biodiversity. COUNTRYSupra-Regional DURATION01 Jan 2013 - 30 Sep 2021 Commission Agency BMU CONTACT PERSON Mr. Jan Kleine Buening

Support Project Conservation of Biodiversity on Land

OBJECTIVE The federal ministry of economic cooperation and development (BMZ) engages in shaping policy and moreover also implementation processes, which serve the conservation of biodiversity on land, particularly with a view on the Agenda 2030. COUNTRYGlobal DURATION01 Apr 2019 - 31 Mar 2022 Commission AgencyBMZ CONTACT PERSON Ms. Silke Spohn

Promotion of the Management of Sunderbans-Mangrove Forest in Bangladesh

OBJECTIVES The Bangladesh Forest Department (BFD) under the Ministry for Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) is enabled to manage the Sundarbans in a sustainable manner through co-management by involving local resource users, efficient and standardised patrolling (SMART), and a proper ecological monitoring. DESCRIPTION The “Sundarbans Reserved Forest” is declared a UNESCO...