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Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Network - BES-Net

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Network - BES-Net

Promoting dialogue between science, policy and practice to build capacity for sustainable management of biodiversity and ecosystem services worldwide.
Supported by the Government of Germany's International Climate Initiative (IKI/ BMU) and SwedBio.

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Indigenous youth are important voices in conservation & sustainable use of wild species 📢💚 Yet, national policies & decisions often do not involve them
5️⃣ storytellers share their perspectives on how to tap into indigenous & local knowledge #ForNature
👉 bit.ly/3z19sK4

United Nations Development Programme - UNDP African Wildlife Foundation UNESCO
UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre IPBES
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Indigenous youth are important voices in conservation & sustainable use of wild species 📢💚 Yet, national policies & decisions often do not involve them
5️⃣ storytellers share their perspectives on how to tap into indigenous & local knowledge #ForNature 
👉 bit.ly/3z19sK4

United Nations Development Programme - UNDP African Wildlife Foundation UNESCO 
UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre IPBES

#DYK that 25% of the world’s land area is managed by indigenous peoples and local communities?
By harnessing traditional knowledge, IPLCs have sustainably used and safeguarded their land resources, making them key actors in #LandRestoration initiatives worldwide.
Learn more ➡️ ow.ly/VUrA50KfRuw

UNESCO Indigenous Environmental Network Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) UN Environment Programme
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#DYK that 25% of the world’s land area is managed by indigenous peoples and local communities?
By harnessing traditional knowledge, IPLCs have sustainably used and safeguarded their land resources, making them key actors in #LandRestoration initiatives worldwide.
Learn more ➡️ http://ow.ly/VUrA50KfRuw

UNESCO Indigenous Environmental Network Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) UN Environment Programme

Respect ✅Reciprocity ✅Responsibility✅.
For many indigenous peoples & local communities, sustainable uses of wild species are embedded in knowledge, practices and spirituality.
5 indigenous storytellers share wisdom been passed down to them. Join us 👉bit.ly/3z19sK4

UNESCO UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre African Wildlife Foundation
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Respect ✅Reciprocity ✅Responsibility✅. 
For many indigenous peoples & local communities, sustainable uses of wild species are embedded in knowledge, practices and spirituality. 
5 indigenous storytellers share wisdom been passed down to them.  Join us 👉bit.ly/3z19sK4

UNESCO UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre African Wildlife Foundation

#WaterSecurity 💧 can only be achieved through inclusive decision-making & integrated solutions.
Harnessing indigenous knowledge systems, technology and relationships to water is critical for removing the roadblocks to achieving #SDG6 and many other #SDGs.
ow.ly/AzPl50KftpV

UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre UNESCO United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
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The new policy brief from UNESCO Bangkok to highlights the interlinked relationship between nature and culture in Thailand 🇹🇭 and recommends opportunities for policy changes to simultaneously:
🧕 Maintain cultural identity
🌿 Encourage environmental protection
🌱 Promote sustainable livelihoods
🕊️ Reduce conflict

Read it today!
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We need urgent action to put our natural world on the path to recovery. 🚨
As crucial stakeholders in the question of the sustainability of life on Earth, young people can provide an invaluable perspective to help us tackle climate change, #BiodiversityLoss, pollution and waste.
#InternationalYouthDay

UNEP Major Group of Children & Youth UN-REDD Programme (FAO/UNDP/UNEP) Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN)
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We need urgent action to put our natural world on the path to recovery. 🚨
As crucial stakeholders in the question of the sustainability of life on Earth, young people can provide an invaluable perspective to help us tackle climate change, #BiodiversityLoss, pollution and waste.
#InternationalYouthDay

UNEP Major Group of Children & Youth UN-REDD Programme (FAO/UNDP/UNEP) Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN)

Young people everywhere are increasingly making their voices heard on issues of sustainability and the future of the earth. 🌏
As the future caretakers of nature, we must empower and educate the youth to protect and restore species 🐝 and landscapes 🏔️ to ensure economic prosperity, #SustainableDevelopment and address #ClimateChange.

#InternationalYouthDay United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) United Nations Youth UNESCO Youth
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Young people everywhere are increasingly making their voices heard on issues of sustainability and the future of the earth. 🌏
As the future caretakers of nature, we must empower and educate the youth to protect and restore species 🐝 and landscapes 🏔️ to ensure economic prosperity, #SustainableDevelopment and address #ClimateChange.

#InternationalYouthDay United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) United Nations Youth UNESCO Youth

📢 Nominations are now open for experts and practitioners to participate in IPBES’ upcoming Nature Futures Framework workshop.
The event will take place on 14–16 November 2022 and is tentatively planned to be held in South Africa. 🇿🇦
Find more info at: ow.ly/jBKZ50KaZOw
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📢 Nominations are now open for experts and practitioners to participate in IPBES’ upcoming Nature Futures Framework workshop.
The event will take place on 14–16 November 2022 and is tentatively planned to be held in South Africa. 🇿🇦
Find more info at: http://ow.ly/jBKZ50KaZOw

Have you checked out the 4Nature podcast 🎙️ yet?
Join the hosts from Conservation Finance Alliance and our partners Conservation Strategy Fund to learn the world can transform economic and social incentives to be more #NaturePositive.
🔊🔊🔊It’s time to rethink our incentive systems so they work for Nature and People.

Join David Meyers, Executive Director of Conservation Finance Alliance and Kim Bonine, Training Director at Conservation Strategy Fund as they talk with some of the world’s most innovative thinkers and driven actors to discuss how to transform economic incentive systems so they work for nature and people 🌳

First three episodes are out now - listen today at www.numbersfornature.org/pages/for-nature-podcast

4Nature is supported by the Dry Creek Foundation and features original music by @benmeyersmusic

Photo Credit: David Meyers

#conservation #conservationmatters #conservationeducation #conservationfinance #conservationfinancealliance
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Have you checked out the 4Nature podcast 🎙️ yet?
Join the hosts from Conservation Finance Alliance and our partners Conservation Strategy Fund to learn the world can transform economic and social incentives to be more #NaturePositive. 
🔊🔊🔊
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