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Landscapes for Life - Conference 2013 - East of England. 16th - 18th July 2013


  • 1. Parks, people, planet I n s p i r i n g s o l u t i o n s
  • 2. Sydney, Australia 12-19 November 2014
  • 3. I n s p i r e d .... Discoveries, innovative approaches that have been tried and tested Based in tradition or culture and adopted by communities Processes that are fair, efficient and effective
  • 4. I n s p i r a t i o n a l .... Able to be scaled up and adapted Mobilizing capacity development and resources Developing new partnerships and commitments
  • 5. Position protected areas within goals of economic and community wellbeing Achieve understanding of their vital role in conserving biodiversity while delivering ecosystem services Demonstrate how this can be achieved. B r i d g i n g t h e g a p i n i mp l e me n t a t i o n
  • 6. Communicate the most compelling and inspiring solutions to global challenges Position protected areas in the post-2015 sustainable development agenda Reach new commitments and capacity across conservation, development and business sectors for implementation A c h i e v i n g s i g n i f i c a n t o u t c o me s a n d l e g a c y
  • 7. Parks: I n s p i r i n g p l a c e s Strengthen policy and action commitments for the expansion, connectivity and better management of protected areas to cover all areas important for biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • 8. People: I n s p i r i n g i d e a s Engage a diverse constituency and range of partners to support, govern , manage and benefit from protected areas
  • 9. Planet: I n s p i r i n g s o l u t i o n s Explore and promote parks and protected areas as natural solutions to global challenges such as climate change, food and water security, health and a green economy
  • 10. 1.Reaching conservation goals 2.Responding to climate change 3.Improving health and well-being 4.Supporting human life 5.Reconciling development challenges 6.Enhancing the diversity and quality of governance 7.Respecting indigenous and traditional knowledge and culture 8.Inspiring a new generation Eight Streams
  • 11. 1.Marine 2.World Heritage 3.Capacity development 4.Governance and a social compact for protected areas Four cross-cutting themes
  • 12. Capacity development legacy Pre-Congress Activities/Products Pre-and Post Congress Study Tours (Australia National Committee to work with Park agencies) 1.5 days of workshops/trainings before Congress Capacity development sessions during Congress e.g. Working breakfasts/lunches Other Related Events e.g. Urban Post Congress Follow-up/Legacy/Institution
  • 13. World Protected Area Leadership Dialogues The most pressing issues of the decade ahead High level panels involving World Protected Area Leadership Forum, Global Thought Leaders, Business Leaders, WPC Ambassadors and Champions Examples might be: Illegal wildlife trade Resource mobilisation and sustainable finance A communication revolution
  • 14. Programme Working Group and Stream Leaders developing core programme of all 8 Streams Engagement of cross-cutting themes Invite contributions for ideas and content Confirm nominations and ideas for key-note speakers Finalize draft programme by 30 September 2013 Joint review of whole programme One year out launch of registration, and further call for content Process for developing streams
  • 15. Congress Timetable
  • 16. Parks, people, planet I n s p i r i n g s o l u t i o n s