National Strategy for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity

2.2 STRATEGIC ISSUES, NATIONAL POLICIES, STRATEGIES AND PRIORITY ACTIVITIES.

4. Strengthen RESEARCH activities required for the generation of knowledge on conservation and sustainable use of the country’s biodiversity.

Policies

Strategies

Priority activities

  • Strengthen national capacity to generate and apply knowledge on sustainable use.
  • Promote and support biodiversity inventories and their application in the sustainable management of biodiversity.
  • Promote research and studies aimed at determining the status of species and ecosystems of particular interest for conservation.
  • Promote research that contributes to the sustainable use of resources.
  • Promote traditional knowledge through research.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Establish a national agenda for research on wildlife and domesticated biodiversity.
  • Promote biodiversity inventories to support sustainable use activities with an economic impact.
  • Promote biodiversity inventories to generate information on wildlife biodiversity.
  • Develop national capacity to generate knowledge required for the conservation and management of biodiversity.
  • Integration of national efforts in the study and management of the genetic base of domesticated and potential agricultural, forest and livestock species.
  • Promote research aimed at incorporating environment-friendly technologies that are also socially and economically viable.
  • Promote research to monitor the impact of agrochemicals on public health and ecosystems.
  • Promote the recovery and preservation of knowledge concerning the traditional and potential uses of wildlife biodiversity.
  • Inventory of the country’s species.
  • Promote demonstration projects on integrated and sustainable management of biodiversity.
  • Strengthen research and generate information on conservation and sustainable use.
  • Strengthen the capacity of the SINAC to control, supervise and follow-up on research.