30 Jul 2014 | Article
From 24 to 26 June, technical personnel from different environmental organizations related to protected areas such are The Bahamas National Trust, The Bahamas Environment, Science and Technology Commission, The Nature Conservancy, The Forestry Division and Clifton Heritage participated in the workshop “Protected Areas Management Categories Analysis for the Bahamas”, held by the Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management Programme (BIOPAMA). The collaboration to conduct a review of the Bahamas protected areas management categories started earlier this year, with a stakeholders inception meeting.
09 Jul 2014 | News story
One of the key focuses of the BIOPAMA programme (Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management) in the Eastern and Southern Africa region is the cross-sectoral engagement for integrated sustainable planning. In order to address the growing threat of land and resource use conflict around protected areas, BIOPAMA supports dialogue processes at various levels that aim to develop sustainable solutions to specific conflict situations, particularly with sectors and stakeholders active at the interface of protected areas, including extractive industries, agriculture, infrastructure development, and fisheries.
05 Jun 2014 | News story
Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are at the forefront of climate change — they’re the first to feel the impacts and are among those taking the lead in tackling this ever-growing threat.
28 May 2014 | News story
An innovative model of coastal and marine community management is well established in the Pacific, and while this model does not fit comfortably within the IUCN definition of protected areas, it is delivering positive conservation outcomes.
27 May 2014 | Fact sheet