- Program - Technical Sessions
Technical Sessions

3 October 2018 (Wed) Five 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.

Technical Session 2 (09:00 - 12:00, Halla Hall B ) Organizer Ministry of Environment, Jeju Special Self‐Governing Province, IUCN, Jeju Research Institute

Funding Conservation

Conservation actions have considerably reduced biodiversity loss, but their implementation has not yet reached sufficient scale to stabilise and ultimately reverse current trends. Amplifying conservation measures to address ongoing threats to biodiversity more comprehensively requires considerable additional financing and mobilization of resources.
This session addresses issues related to funding required to halt biodiversity loss, including current trends in conservation funding, needs for additional funding, and the possibilities to mobilize private sector financial resources.
This session will provide an opportunity to take stock of the prospects for meeting the funding needs to halt and reverse biodiversity loss—what is needed from public, international, and private sectors in the coming years.

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시간 프로그램 안내
09:00-09:05 Welcome, objectives and overview of the session Moderator
  • Juha Siikamaki (IUCN)
09:05-09:10 Introduction of the polleverywhere tool
  • Questions are collected from audience to speakers
  • tbc
09:10-09:35 Review of conservation funding :
  • needs, current trends, future considerations
  • Juha Siikamaki (IUCN)
09:35-09:50 Private sector conservation funding :
  • needs, potential and barriers and experience in practice
  • Frank Hawkins (IUCN)
09:50-10:05 Experiences ad lessons from East Asia :
  • funding conservation and options to promote livelihoods based on biodiversity
  • Marielza Oliveira (UNESCO Beijing Cluster Office)
10:05-10:20 Scaling up conservation :
  • partnerships with financiers and private sector
  • Annawati van Paddenburg (Global Green Growth Institute)
10:20-10:35 Korean perspectives
  • Is there a funding gap for conservation in Korea? Is there a role for private sector in conservation funding?
  • Jae-Gyeong Jeon (National Nature Trust)
10:35-11:00 COFFEE BREAK
11:00-11:30 Panel discussion
  • Drawing on questions submitted by participants AND questions pre-identified with speakers
  • Juha Siikamaki (IUCN)
11:30-11:55 Roundtable or pairs / trios discussion
  • Korean tables
  • International tables
11:55-12:00 Closing remarks Moderator
  • Juha Siikamaki (IUCN)

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