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1 A Plataforma Intergovernamental para a Biodiversidade e os Serviços dos Ecossistemas (IPBES) Henrique Miguel Pereira Centro de Biologia.

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1 1 A Plataforma Intergovernamental para a Biodiversidade e os Serviços dos Ecossistemas (IPBES) Henrique Miguel Pereira Centro de Biologia Ambiental Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa 1 Lisboa, 30 Outubro 2012

2 What is IPBES? Established in April 2012, Panama City, after years of discussion and negotiation. An interface between scientific and policy communities Filling gaps at multiple scales Multiple contributors and users

3 A long process Nov Putrajaya, Malaysia Oct Nairobi, Kenya June Busan, Republic of Korea Oct Nairobi, Kenya April Panama City, Panama Modalities of operation and establishment Identification of needs and gaps We need an IPBES Intersessional process Operation- -alisation Jan First plenary meeting

4 What will IPBES do? Four main functions Knowledge generation Regular and timely assessments Support policy formulation and implementation Capacity building

5 Objectivo: melhorar os processos de decisão e a definição de políticas 5 Decisores Governos Convenções int. Sector privado Sociedade civil Indivíduos Avaliação Monitorização Investigação GEO BON ipBes IPCC GCOS

6 Under which principles will IPBES operate? Collaboration – avoiding duplication Scientific independence, credibility, relevance and legitimacy Policy-relevant but not policy-prescriptive Contribution of indigenous and local knowledge Full participation of developing countries Gender equity Bottom-up Inter- and multidisciplinary approach Address terrestrial, marine and inland water biodiversity and ecosystem services and their interactions

7 Who are the IPBES Stakeholders? IPBES relevant to a wide range of stakeholders, including: Governments (including through biodiversity and ecosystem services related Conventions, UN bodies, and IGOs) International scientific community NGOs Private sector Indigenous people, farmers associations, etc. Potential donors; General public and media.

8 Participação governamental ALGERIA ANTIGUA & BARBUDA ARGENTINA ARMENIA AUSTRALIA BANGLADESH BELGIUM BENIN BHUTAN BRAZIL BURKINA FASO CAMBODIA CAMEROON CANADA CHILE CHINA COLOMBIA COSTA RICA CÔTE D'IVOIRE CROATIA CUBA DEMOCRATIC REP. CONGO DENMARK EQUATORIAL GUINEA ETHIOPIA FINLAND FRANCE GAMBIA GEORGIA GERMANY GHANA GREECE GRENADA GUINEA BISSAU INDIA INDONESIA IRAN ISRAEL JAPAN KENYA LESOTHO LIBERIA MADAGASCAR MALAWI MALI MARSHALL ISLANDS MAURITIUS MEXICO MOROCCO MYANMAR NEPAL NETHERLANDS NEW ZEALAND NICARAGUA NIGER NORWAY PAKISTAN PALAU PANAMA PERU REP. OF KOREA REP. OF MOLDOVA RUSSIAN FEDERATION RWANDA SAINT KITTS & NEVIS SAINT LUCIA SAMOA SAUDI ARABIA SENEGAL SERBIA SOUTH AFRICA SPAIN SRI LANKA SWAZILAND SWEDEN SWITZERLAND THAILAND TUVALU UGANDA UNITED KINGDOM USA URUGUAY VIET NAM YEMEN ZAMBIA O 3º encontro teve a participação de 86 Governos 8

9 9 Outros participantes ConvençõesOrganizações intergovernamentais Organizações das NU e agências especializadas Organizações não-governamentais

10 How is IPBES structured? Plenary – Decision making body of the Platform Government Members (currently 92) and observers Bureau – Overseeing administrative functions 10 members (2 from each UN region) Multidisciplinary Expert Panel (MEP) – overseeing scientific and technical functions 25 members ( 5 from each UN region)

11 11 Plenário Orgão decisor Decisões apenas pelos Governos Estados Membros das NU e Organizações de Integração Regional Observadores

12 Presidente (Chair) do IPBES 4 vice presidentes Um presidente Equilíbrio regional e de género 12

13 Financiamento. Fundo com contribuições voluntárias Programa de trabalho e custos do secretariado

14 Potential activities in the area of assessments Regular multidisciplinary assessments at regional (including sub-regional) and global scales. Thematic assessments on policy relevant issues, including emerging issues Technical support and capacity building for national assessment activities Developing common frameworks and tools for assessment Catalogue of assessments Produce and disseminate reports – but the assessment process also important!

15 Potential activities in the area of policy support Overview of policy-relevant knowledge, tools and methodologies Partnerships to develop priority tools and approaches Promotion of effective tools through communication and capacity building Policy-relevant (eg sector specific) knowledge syntheses

16 Potential capacity building activities Maintain a list of CB needs Specific workshops and training on assessment approaches Increasing access to data, information and knowledge for use in assessment Scholarships, fellowship programme, mentoring Peer to peer exchange visits Regional hubs supporting assessment and peer learning

17 Potential activities on knowledge generation Identifying and communicating gaps in knowledge – including from assessments Convening research and donor communities to agree on policy-relevant research priorities Supporting peer learning and networks to strengthen generation of policy-relevant research

18 Current process on IPBES Resolving various procedural elements Rules of procedure Other procedures Preparations for the initial work programme of the platform Capacity building needs Scoping process Overview of assessments Conceptual framework MEP bioregional structure

19 Getting involved Contribute to the current intersessional process Participate in IPBES-1 (21 to 26 Jan. 2013, Bonn Germany) Future contribution to implementation of IPBES work programme – this will depend on thousands of scientists and policy makers!

20 ipBes na internet 20

21 For more information or contact

22 A Iniciativa de Mapeamento e Avaliação dos Ecossistemas e seus Serviços (MAES) Objectivo principal (headline target) da UE para 2020: –"Halting the loss of biodiversity and the degradation of ecosystem services in the EU by 2020, and restoring them in so far as feasible, while stepping up the EU contribution to averting global biodiversity loss Seis sub-objectivos e 20 acções associadas –Action 5 of the Biodiversity Strategy requires Member States, with the assistance of the Commission, to map and assess the state of ecosystems and their services in their national territory by 2014, assess the economic value of such services, and promote the integration of these values into accounting and reporting systems at EU and national level by 2020" 22

23 Importância da Acção 5 para a Estratégia Europeia de Biodiversidade 23

24 Estrutura conceptual do MAES 24

25 Papel da biodiversidade 25

26 Uma Plataforma em Portugal para a IPBES Estabelecimento de um mecanismo de diálogo entre a comunidade científica portuguesa e a comunidade de decisores –Pontos focais –Mailing list –Portal na internet Participação de portugueses nas estruturas e projectos da IPBES Desenvolvimento de um MAES Portugal como contribuição para o MAES e a IPBES 26


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