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Restoration of biodiversity and ecosystem services at the landscape scale on productive agroforestry areas and their natural environment









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    Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity into Agricultural Production and Management in the Pacific Islands
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    This guidance document will be produced to assist countries in finding synergies between two important realms of international agreements: sound chemicals management and biodiversity conservation and sustainable use. We suggest that it can be used as countries are revising any of their strategies or policies related to these two realms, but in particular is oriented toward country revision, or to assist implementation, of their National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs), to help them attain a number of relevant Aichi Targets. It is intended to indicate where important synergies can be harvested, but is not meant to be prescriptive. The document will draw upon work that has been carried out, with similar scope, in Kenya and other countries of the East African Community. It targets specifically the context and national policy processes of Pacific island countries where commercial and semi-commercial agriculture represents a significant activity and the excessive use of ag rochemicals is source of concern, looking specifically at Fiji, Samoa and Cook Islands as case studies.
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    Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity into Agricultural Production and Management in East Africa 2016
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    This Technical Guidance Document addresses the need for mainstreaming biodiversity and ecosystem services into agriculture, at the national level. More specifically, it is aimed to assist countries in developing and implementing their National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans (NBSA Ps), to consider ecosystem services – and opportunities for their management – in agricultural production systems. Through an EU -funded project on “Capacity-building related to multilateral agreements (MEA s) i n AC P countries (Phase 2)”, this document focuses on the East Africa region, and provides concrete examples and cases primarily from Kenya. The intention is that this document provides practical guidance to countries for building institutional capacity for synergistic implementation of MEA s, and identifying opportunities for managing biodiversity and ecosystem services to reduce the use of chemical inputs. It considers issues at the technical, institutional and policy levels. This publication is a result of technical papers prepared by experts on specific topics related to biodiversity and ecosystem services in agriculture but also on social and cross-cutting dimensions such as indigenous and traditional knowledge.
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    Building Partnerships for Forest Landscape Restoration - MTF/GLO/967/IUC 2022
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    The global project, “Fostering Partnerships to Build Coherence and Support for Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR)”, aims to enhance the synergies of CPF members in the global process of restoring forest landscapes, and to assist countries and stakeholders to scale up and strengthen the implementation of FLR at national and subnational levels. The aim of the current project was to position the CPF to play a catalytic role in strengthening national and international support and engagement on FLR. The overall objectives were to catalyse public and private sector investment in FLR, and to identify and support the implementation of key opportunities for a more effective engagement in FLR by CPF members and other important stakeholders.

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