National Strategy for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity

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

13. Strengthen NATIONAL CAPACITY FOR THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT of biodiversity both in the public and private sectors.

Policies

Strategies

Priority activities

  • Strengthen the capacity of institutions and civil society to promote conservation and sustainable use.
  • Promote organic and conservationist agriculture.
  • Incorporate concepts of technical and financial sustainability into biodiversity management.
  • Promote exchange of experiences in sustainable biodiversity management at regional level in Central America.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Identify and address the training needs of institutions and organizations involved in biodiversity management.
  • Promote specific activities aimed at developing organizational and decision-making capacity for sustainable production.
  • Strengthen knowledge of the existing guidelines and regulations among those responsible for guaranteeing their application, and among users of biodiversity.
  • Consolidate the proposed institutional framework for the management of biodiversity.
  • Strengthen training activities and marketing of products of conservationist agriculture.
  • Strengthen actions to promote application sustainable practices in forestry activities.
  • Develop innovative financial mechanisms.
  • Strengthen capacity to incorporate biodiversity conservation into regional development.
  • Establish a training program directed at the different social actors involved in conservation and the sustainable use of biodiversity.
  • Strengthen technical capacity in the public and private sectors, in terms of training in environment-friendly technologies.
  • Strengthen funding programs for sustainable production activities based of biodiversity use.