- AGENDA - Technical Sessions
Technical Sessions

3 October 2018 Four meetings of experts will be held. Two meetings will be held in each of the morning and afternoon session, with each meeting being held simultaneously in a different room. Each meeting will feature a presentation and panel discussion on issues related to the dialogues of the forum.

Session 1 09:00-12:00
Samda Hall
Harmonizing the management of multi-internationally designated areas The overlapping of protected areas, namely, natural World Heritage sites, Ramsar sites, Biosphere Reserves and UNESCO Global Geoparks, possesses both benefits and challenges due to the various standards required by each designation and a more integrated and effective management is called for. This session will provide both an overview of the work done so far in this regard, and a space to discuss the challenges ahead. Detail View
Organizer (tbc)
Session 2 09:00-12:00
Halla Hall B
Access and benefit sharing: How to implement the Nagoya Protocol? The Youth Forum will provide a space for the future leaders to discuss the theme and sub-themes of the WLCF 2018 and optimize their active participation in the event. Detail View
Organizer National Institute of Biological Resources
Session 3 09:00-12:00
Halla Hall A
Conservation Beyond Boundaries This session will promote better understanding of the concept of “Access and Benefit Sharing”which is the core concept of the CBD’s Nagoya Protocol followed by discussions on main challenges of its implementation. Detail View
Organizer National Wetlands Center
Session 4 13:30-17:00
Halla Hall B
Funding Conservation Biodiversity and nature conservation should be considered on a global scale rather than within geopolitical boundaries and a more holistic approach is essential to successful conservation. The session will define basic principles for such an approach and also explore and analyze the role of Peace Parks as one of the powerful peace-keeping and peace-building instrument. Detail View
Organizer Korea Environment Institute (tbc)
Session 5 13:30-17:00
Halla Hall B
Youth Forum This session will provide an opportunity to take stock of the first two years of existence of the Coalition for Private Investment in Conservation (CPIC), since its establishment at the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016, renew commitments and define an action plan for the coming years. Detail View
Organizer Korean National Commission for UNESCO

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