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113 Engaging the public through voyages of discovery of our maritime heritage Congress Event Dialogue
114 Last Exit to Aïchi: Towards IMPAC 4 (International Marine Protected Areas Congress) and 2020 Congress Event Launch Event
115 Blue Solutions â?? inspiration from what has worked in marine protected areas Other Dialogue
116 Blue Solutions â?? inspiration from what has worked in marine protected areas Other Dialogue
117 Blue Solutions â?? inspiration from what has worked in marine protected areas Other Dialogue
118 Blue Solutions â?? inspiration from what has worked in marine protected areas Other Dialogue
119 Blue Solutions â?? inspiration from what has worked in marine protected areas Other Dialogue
120 Blue Solutions â?? inspiration from what has worked in marine protected areas Other Dialogue
121 Eye on the Reef: be a marine biologist for a day! (Live link-up to the Reef) Other Dialogue
122 UNESCO Marine World Heritage: A decade of conservation success Other Launch Event
123 Marine Wilderness 10+10 Project â?? Bringing back the wild around the world Other Dialogue
125 Elevating cultural resources in our protected areas - International Year of Maritime Heritage and Toolkit on Marine Cultural Resources Management Congress Event Launch Event
126 The World Harbour Project Other Launch Event
127 Long-Lining, Driftnets and Shark Nets: destructive practices that indiscriminately kill significant amounts of By-Catch: sea turtles, sharks, seabirds, seals & other marine mammals Other Dialogue
128 Contributing to the designation of MPAs: two campaigns of the Global Ocean Legacy Program (French Polynesia and New Caledonia) Other Dialogue
129 Le Plan Gabon Bleu : 20% de la zone économique exclusive gabonaise sous régime de protection Other Launch Event
130 Putting Important Marine Mammal Areas (IMMAs) on the global map Other Dialogue
131 The status and problems of Japanese oceans (from icebergs to coral reefs) Other Dialogue
132 Introducing the Global Ocean Refuge System Other Dialogue
133 Inspiring solutions from marine regions: stepping up the dialogue between marine regions to achieve Aichi target 11 faster (A joint workshop by HELCOM, SPREP, and The Cartagena Convention) Other Dialogue
134 PlanetFest Other Planetfest
140 Closing Plenary (Part 3) Other Plenary
143 Closing Plenary (Part 2) Other Plenary File 143_Notes_CJ.docx
PDF icon 143_0910-1010 Minister Donskoy.pdf
PDF icon 143_1015-1045 Penelope Figgis.pdf
PDF icon 143_1140-1200 Trevor Sandwith WPC Promise of Sydney.pdf
PDF icon 143_1301-1306 Jeffrey Lee.pdf
PDF icon 143_IRF Awards.pdf
PDF icon 143_Rolling Promises.pdf
146 Closing Plenary (Part 1) Other Plenary
155 Closing Parallel Plenary 1 Other Plenary File 155_notes_SB.docx
File 155_stream1_NL.docx
164 Closing Parallel Plenary 3 Other Plenary File 164_wpcreport_CJKR.docx
File 164_Notes_AJ.docx
172 Closing Parallel Plenary 2 Other Plenary File 172_Notes_ES.docx
File 172_notes_LN.docx
178 Opening Parallel Plenary PLANET Other Plenary File 178_wpcreport_MG+SS.docx
PDF icon 178_1_Parallel Plenary Sessions - Agenda.pdf
183 Opening Parallel Plenary PEOPLE Other Plenary File 183_wpcreport_LN.docx
188 Opening Parallel Plenary PARKS Other Plenary File 188_wpcreport_CJ.docx
196 Opening Plenary: Afternoon Session (Part 2) Other Plenary File 196_wpcreport_CJ.docx
199 Opening Plenary: Afternoon Session (Part 1) Other Plenary File 199_wpcreport_LN.docx
205 Opening Plenary - Morning Session (Part 2) Other Plenary File 205_wpcreport_MG.docx
211 Opening Plenary - Morning Session (Part 1) Other Plenary File 211_wpcreport_CJ.docx
File Complementary notes.docx
215 Marine Opening Plenary. All streams lead to the ocean: the Marine Journey at the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 Other Welcome Ceremony File 215_wpcreport_CJ.docx
PDF icon 215_1_Marine plenary script.pdf
217 Protected Planet: status and trends of protected area coverage across countries Stream Session Lecture File 217_wpcreport_JT.docx
PDF icon 217_1_Diego-Assessing progress towards Aichi Target 11 where are we now.pdf
PDF icon 217_2_Johnston-Mainstreaming protected areas into business decision making.pdf
PDF icon 217_3_Yerena&Naveda-The real extension of Venezuelan Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 217_4_Dobois-Web based services for.pdf
PDF icon 217_5-Harris-Dynamics of the Conservation Estate.pdf
218 The futures of privately protected areas: realising the opportunity. Stream Session Lecture File 218_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 218_1_The futures of privately protected areas realising the opportunity.pdf
219 Sliding back or moving forward? Protected area degazettement, representativeness, and non-regression. Stream Session Panel Discussion File 219_wpcreport_JT.docx
PDF icon 219_1_Mascia-Sliding back or moving forward Protected area degazettement, representativeness, and non-regression..pdf
PDF icon 219_2_Lobo-Protected Area Downgrading, Downsizing, and Degazettement (PADDD) in Brazil.pdf
PDF icon 219_3_Taylor- PADDD in context windback.pdf
PDF icon 219_4_Craigie-PADDD a mechanism to improve the Comprehensiveness, Adequacy and Representativeness of protected areas.pdf
220 Innovative protected area management Stream Session Lecture
221 The value of IUCN\â??s Red Lists in protected area planning and monitoring. Stream Session Dialogue File 221_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 221_1_Lacher-review of its role in aiding protected area network planning, management and monitoring.pdf
PDF icon 221_2_Oliviera-Red list, A New Tool to Inform Protected Area Management and Monitor Effectiveness..pdf
PDF icon 221_3_Hilton-Taylor-The integration of the IUCN Red List and its relevance to protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 221_4_Secoy-The importance of National Red Lists in catalysing biodiversity assessments.pdf
222 Funding success in protected areas â?? how to assess financial needs, identify gaps, and develop the right strategies Stream Session Workshop File 222_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 222_1_Andrew Bovanick-Guide to increase the public budget for protected area systems.pdf
PDF icon 222_2_The financial costs of establishing and effectively managing a global protected area network.pdf
PDF icon 222_3_Taylor Fitzsimons-Reaching Aichi Target 11 in Australia.pdf
PDF icon 222_4_Lowell_CaseStudySMMA Sust Finance.pdf
PDF icon 222_5_Amazon Protected Areas Program.pdf
PDF icon 222_6_A Strategy to Finance Protected Area Systems Brazil.pdf
223 Australia's National Reserve System: A world leading example of establishing a comprehensive, adequate and representative reserve system on land and sea, but where to from here? Stream Session Lecture PDF icon 223_1_Fitzsimons-Australia's National Reserve System.pdf
224 Identifying and Conserving Important Freshwater Areas Stream Session Lecture File 224_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 224_1_Langhammer-Sites that contribute significantly to the global persistence of biodiversity.pdf
PDF icon 224_2_Linke-Protection of a moving target.pdf
PDF icon 224_3_Nel-Expanding protected areas beyond their terrestrial comfort zone.pdf
PDF icon 224_4_Harrison-Breakout Discussion Groups.pdf
PDF icon 224_5_Freyhof-Freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas in the Mediterranean Basin Hotspot.pdf
PDF icon 224_6_Raghavan-Freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) in the Western Ghats, India.pdf
PDF icon 224_7_Finlayson-Identifying and conserving important freshwater areas - Australian Ramsar sites.pdf
PDF icon 224_8_Patricio-Environmental DNA for identifying areas of conservation importance.pdf
PDF icon 224_9_Turak-Combining citizen science with remote sensing to track changes in wetland extent.pdf
225 A global standard to identify Key Biodiversity Areas: results of a global consultation Stream Session Workshop File 225_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 225_1_Developing an IUCN Standard for the Identification of Key Biodiversity Areas.pdf
226 Regional marine protected area (MPA) networks, seascapes and ecologically important areas Stream Session Lecture File 226_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 226_TARA School-Marine Protected Areas.pdf
227 How different sectors use Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) Stream Session Panel Discussion File 227_wpcreport_HC.docx
228 Protected area management effectiveness 1: global progress and lessons learned Stream Session Lecture PDF icon 228_1_Hockings_Protected Area Management Effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 228_2_Program on African Protected Areas & Conservation IUCN-PAPACO.pdf
PDF icon 228_3_Liverington-GlobalstudyWPC.pdf
PDF icon 228_4_Riecken-Quality counts,Criteria and standards for large protected areas in Germany.pdf
PDF icon 228_5_Indonesia-Management Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 228_6_Burgess-The Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool.pdf
PDF icon 228_7_Carbutt-The KwaZulu-Natal experience.pdf
PDF icon 228_8_Hamdan-Sarawak Towards Effective Management of Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 228_9_Mathur-Management Effectiveness Evaluation, Indian Experience.pdf
229 National processes for identifying Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) Stream Session Lecture File 229_wpcreport_HC.docx
PDF icon 229_1_Langhammer-Identifying and Conserving KBAs, Experiences from Around the World.pdf
PDF icon 229_2_Vergara-KBA Identification Process - Philippines.pdf
PDF icon 229_3_Raghavan-Freshwater Biodiversity Conservation in the Western Ghats, The Key Biodiversity Area Approach.pdf
PDF icon 229_4_Vine-The State of Australia Bird and Biodiversity Areas.pdf
PDF icon 229_5_Obretenova-Identifying the Areas of Special Conservation Interest, forming the Emerald Network.pdf
PDF icon 229_6_Fishpool-Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas in the marine environment.pdf
PDF icon 229_7-Brazilian Alliance for Zero Extinction BAZE.pdf
PDF icon 229_8_Briggs-KBAs and Ramsar.pdf
PDF icon 229_9_How different sectors use Key Biodiversity Areas.pdf
PDF icon 229_10_Commenville-KBA.pdf
230 Innovative financial mechanisms for conservation and protected areas Stream Session Lecture File 230_wpcreport_ST.docx
PDF icon 230_1_Rosenzweig-Financing beyonnd PAs.pdf
PDF icon 230_2_FUNBIO-A Strategy to Finance Protected Area Systems, the Experience of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.pdf
PDF icon 230_3_CFA-The role of Conservation Trust Fund, recent studies and tools.pdf
PDF icon 230_4_Landreau-Mathias-A new financial instrument to secure the long term financing of Protected Area networks.pdf
PDF icon 230_5_Huwyler-Innovative financial mechanisms for conservation and protected areas.pdf
PDF icon 230_6_Can biodiversity offsets help finance underfunded Protected Areas.pdf
PDF icon 230_7_Tizard-Taninthayi Nature Reserve Project.pdf
231 Protected area management effectiveness 2: making assessments count Stream Session Lecture File 231_wpcreport_NL.docx
PDF icon 231_1_Growcock-Making assessments count Protected area management effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 231_2_Stishov-Assessment of Conservation Effectiveness of Protected Areas and their regional networks.pdf
PDF icon 231_3_Chrismitchell-From Durban to Sydney.pdf
PDF icon 231_4_Puhlmann-Interactive Evaluation of Germany's National Parks.pdf
PDF icon 231_5_Khumalo-Monitoring of the South Africa PA.pdf
PDF icon 231_6_Matar-A first regional assessment of their management effectiveness.pdf
PDF icon 231_7_Principles.pdf

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