2.1 Strategic Framework.
2.2 Strategic issues,
national policies and priority activities in conservation and sustainable
the mechanisms required for the PREVENTION AND MITIGATION OF THE ADVERSE
IMPACT of productive activities on biodiversity, and the integration
of different social actors.
national and regional PLANNING AND LAND USE processes.
the necessary CROSS-INSTITUTIONAL and CROSS-SECTORAL COORDINATION
for the integrated management of biodiversity as a strategic element
of the countrys development.
RESEARCH activities required for the generation of knowledge on conservation
and sustainable use of the countrys biodiversity.
the necessary formal and informal mechanisms to provide the public
and private sectors with INFORMATION required for conservation and
sustainable production based on the elements of biodiversity.
PUBLIC AWARENESS of biodiversity issues.
national efforts directed at IN SITU CONSERVATION.
national capacity to carry out EX
SITU CONSERVATION activities with species
of particular interest.
the necessary mechanisms to facilitate ACCESS TO THE GENETIC RESOURCES
OF BIODIVERSITY and the fair and equitable benefit sharing derived
national capacity for the prevention of social, economic and environmental
risks arising from the management of MODIFIED LIVING ORGANISMS THAT
RESULT FROM BIOTECHNOLOGY.
actions to internalize the costs of ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AND INCENTIVES
for the sustainable use of biodiversity.
a national strategy for the development and protection of MARINE AND
NATIONAL CAPACITY FOR THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT of biodiversity both
in the public and private sectors.