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National Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan - 2014-2020.

Pays/Territoire
Saint-Kitts-et-Nevis
Type du document
Date
2014
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Sujet
Environnement gén., Forêts, Eau, Espèces sauvages et écosystèmes
Mot clé
Santé publique Préservation de l'écosystème Changement de climat Conservation de l'énergie/production de l'énergie OGM Biodiversité Biotechnologie Renforcement des capacités Institution Genre Boisement/reboisement Pauvreté Gestion forestière/conservation des forêts Essence forestière Mesures de protection des forêts Procédures judiciaires/procédures administratives Protection des espèces Développement durable Accès et partage des avantages Protection des végétaux Politique/planification Ressources génétiques Gouvernance Éducation Gestion/conservation Utilisation durable Faune sauvage Flore sauvage
Aire géographique
Amériques, Caraïbes, Amérique latine et Caraïbes, AMERIQUE LATINE ET CARAIBES FAO, Petits États insulaires en développement
Entry into force notes
2014-2020
Résumé

This National Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan 2014-2020 (NBSAP) provides an opportunity for the GSKN to mainstream biodiversity in the development process by setting new national targets, principles and priorities. It provides the framework for sustainable development; strengthening the implementation of the previous 2004 NBSAP; ensuring policy and action measures by GSKN strategically linked to business and biodiversity based on principles of equity; designing a framework enabling environment on matters related to conservation, sustainable use, resource access and benefit sharing; wildlife management related to invasive and alien species; raising awareness of the importance of genetic resources and traditional knowledge associated with benefit-sharing issues (chap. 3); promoting the application of gender mainstreaming tools in BDC programmes; expanding opportunities for male-female participation in decision-making and leadership roles in BDC programmes and institutions; ensuring equitable access by both women and men to BDC interventions, particularly post disaster entitlements; increasing women’s access to environmental risk management information, including through public awareness on the gender perspective in disaster reduction; and strengthening comparative research and analysis on the gender aspects of risk configuration (sec. 3.3.7). Themes and sectors covered are: poverty reduction, agriculture and rural development, environmental protection, land degradation, water resource management, marine resources management land use planning, and infrastructure. gender mainstreaming, health issues, and climate change adaptation (3.2).

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