GEF LME: LEARN opens online courses

GEF LME: LEARN recently launched online courses on Ocean governance and transboundary Marine Spatial Planning and Sustainable Blue Economy. These courses are open to all interested participants who have no time to complete the modules. Each course is rich with compulsory readings, supplementary material, links to useful websites and quizzes. You may access the courses […]

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YSLME Biodiversity Forum continues discussions on marine spatial planning and building constituency

Continuing on the discussions and presentations from the past 2 days, Session 5 on Mainstreaming coastal wetland and marine biodiversity into spatial planning of the YSLME Biodiversity Forum opened on July 18, 2019. Mr. Zhiwei Zhang from FIO/MNR, China, presented on the Marine Spatial Planning application in China and future directions for biodiversity conservation. A particular […]

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YSLME Biodiversity Forum – Charting the Biodiversity Conservation in the YSLME up to 2030

To effectively respond to the changing circumstances and chart the future of biodiversity in YS, UNDP/GEF YSLME Phase II Project is supporting the countries bordering the Yellow Sea to develop and implement a regional biodiversity conservation plan up until 2030. The presentatios/inputs from parallel event of Charting the Biodiversity Conservation in the YSLME up to […]

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The Third YSLME Science Conference Opens in Qingdao, PR China

The 3rd YSLME Science Conference opened 15 July 2019 at Shangri-La Hotel Qingdao with more than 100 delegates from 50 institutions coming from 13 countries. Representing UNDP, Dr. Chaode Ma, Program Director of UNDP China, delivered the welcome remarks. Dr. Ma highlighted the increasing global attention to biodiversity conservation and sustainable ocean development, particularly under […]

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