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Key Educational Action Plans

This page provides an overview of the educational plans that the Parties have planned to be implemented in due course of time to achieve the Aichi Biodiversity Targets by 2020. The information given here are extracted from the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) documents submitted by the Parties to the secretariat of the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD) either separately or as a part of the Fifth National Report. The graphs and tables present a variety of activities planned across the stakeholder groups, cutting across all the Aichi Biodiversity targets, widening the scope of education thereby. While there are new areas identified in the educational approaches, there are plans to also intensify the national efforts on biodiversity education.

 

Out of 100 NBSAPs submitted, educational plans from 36 NBSAPs (post Nagoya)  which are in English are analysed and depicted in graphs and tables. Information will be apprised with the NBSAP updates.

  

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Types of activities planned by the Parties

1

Raising awareness to promote Biodiversity Conservation

2

Creating institutional mechanisms for awareness creation

3

Mainstreaming  and/or  expanding  biodiversity coverage in the curricula at all levels of Education

4

Integrating biodiversity education in Corporate planning

5

Forming ecological/biodiversity conservation networks

6

Capacity building/training programmes  to local authorities CBOs, NGOs and community for  strengthening  Biodiversity Conservation Education

7

Developing facilities such as educational sites  in protected areas, establishment of Parks, museums, zoos

8

Organizing and facilitating public consultations for decision and policy making

9

Building  partnerships with business, researchers, civil societies, legal practitioners and other stakeholders for biodiversity conservation

10

Increasing resources for biodiversity conservation education and knowledge sharing platforms

11

Education on  gender mainstreaming for Biodiversity Conservation

12

Others

 

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Stakeholders to be addressed

Groups included

1

Business and Industry

Public and Private Sectors, industries, corporate companies

2

Children and Youth

Children, youth and teachers in non-formal and formal education

3

Farmers

Farmers, Fisher folk, Pastoralists

4

Indigenous Peoples

(Forest dwellers and other indigenous communities)

5

Local Authorities

Government stakeholders,  policy makers, decision makers including local & sub-national Governments

6

NGOs

Non Governmental Organizations and Community Organizations

7

Scientific & Technological Community

Academicians, scientists, researchers, technocrats, engineers, architects, industrial designers, urban planners, other professionals

8

Women

Women including women groups

9

Workers and Trade Unions

Working people and Trade unions

10

Civil Society

General public

11

Media

All forms of  media communication including mass media  and social media

12

Funding Agencies

All  Funding agencies

 

Countries addressing Education in National Targets
NBSAPs with Educational Action Plans
Stakeholder groups planned by countries with respect to education
Type of Educational Activities Planned
Educational activities planned with respect to Aichi Biodiveristy Targets