International Satoyama Intiative

IPSI, the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative, promotes collaboration in the conservation and restoration of sustainable human-influenced natural environments (Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes: SEPLS) through broader global recognition of their value.

IPSI-related Events at IUCN World Parks Congress 2014

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The IPSI Secretariat has compiled a list of events organized by or participated in by IPSI-related organizations that are planned for the upcoming IUCN World Parks Congress 2014, 12-19 November in Sydney, Australia. We hope anyone interested in issues related to production landscapes and seascapes, their revitalization and sustainable management, will make an effort to attend as many of these events as possible.

Please contact the IPSI Secretariat if you have any events to add to the list below.

Date Time
Wed,
12 Nov
Morning
Lunch
Afternoon
Evening
Thu,
13 Nov
Morning
Lunch
Afternoon 13:30-15:00 WIN Dialogue: Sharing Practice: I-tracking and Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (FPP, IPACC)

15:30-17:00 WIN dialogue: Sharing Practice: Community Perspectives on the Management of Protected Areas (FPP)

Evening 17:30-19:00 Side Event: “Inspiring tools for enhancing sustainability” (UNU-IAS, IPSI Secretariat)
17:15-18:15 Governance (New Social Compact) rapid fire presentation: “Collaborative planning and management for Protected Landscapes (IUCN category V) in the light of Satoyama Initiative and ICCA: A Case Study of Taiwan” (National Dong Hwa University)
Fri,
14 Nov
Morning  
Lunch 12:15-13:15 Touch Screen 4: “Our Community Is a Classroom: Working with Local People on Developing a Culture-based Education Program for Indigenous Young Children, Taiwan” (National Dong-Hwa University)
Afternoon 13:30-15:00 Stream 7 Session: “Nature-Culture Linkages: Stewardship of Bio-cultural Landscapes for Biodiversity and People” (IUCN, UNU-IAS, Bioversity International, ANDES)Flyer for stream7 (fin)

13:30-15:00 Stream 6 Session: Governance and equity: how to achieve equitable management in Aichi 11 (FPP)

13:30-15:00 Stream 7 Session: From Durban to Sydney: Progress to date on the Durban Accord (GEF, FPP)

Evening 17:30-19:00 Side Event: “The Satoyama Concept: Theory and Practice” (JICA, UNU-IAS) JICA-UNU Side-event Flyer
17:15-18:15 Governance rapid fire presentation: “Advancing habitat conservation outside protected areas through innovative mechanisms- experiences from Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary and Sahyadri Tiger Reserve, North Western Ghats, India” (AERF)17:30-19:00 Making it Right for Indigenous Peoples: Launch of the Whakatane Mechanism and Launch of the Publication ‘World Heritage Sites and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights’ (FPP)18:30-21:00 Stream 6 Session: Environmental monitoring, mapping and other basic tools for grassroots conservation (FPP, TEBTEBBA, IMPECT)
Sat,
15 Nov
Morning 8:30-11:00 Stream 3 Session: “Linking traditional medicine, good healthcare access and conservation” (UNU-IAS, UNDP, Bioversity International)
Lunch
Afternoon
Evening
Sun,
16 Nov
Morning
Lunch
Afternoon
Evening
Mon,
17 Nov
Morning 8:30-10:00 Stream 6 Session: “Effective and equitable governance of the landscape” (UNU-IAS)
10:30-12:00 Stream 7 Asian Dialogue: “The recognition, relevance, role and reworking of Traditional and Cultural Systems to a Fast Changing and Developing Asia” (IPSI Secretariat)
Lunch 12:15-13:15 Side Event: “Connecting Practice: linking cultural and natural heritage with World Heritage” (UNU)
Afternoon 13:30-15:00 Side Event: “From Global to Local: Linking Local Conservation Objectives and Local Business Potentials Through ABS” (UNU-IAS)
13:30-15:00 Stream 6 Event: “Inspiring solutions : governance, sustainable living and well-being” (FPP)
Evening 17:30-19:00 Side Event: “Production landscapes and protected areas: approaches of the Satoyama Initiative” (UNU-IAS, FIDES, FPP, Bioversity International, UNDP-COMDEKS)
17:30-19:00 Side Event: “Our Pacific Voyage: Natural Solutions for Island Resilience” (SPREP)
Tue,
18 Nov
Morning
Lunch
Afternoon
Evening
Wed,
19 Nov
Morning
Lunch
Afternoon
Evening