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Unesco: Building climate resilience for people and nature at marine World Heritage sites

On 18 May 2023, experts in resilience-based management and local teams from Unesco marine World Heritage sites met online to share best practices and first-hand insights on designing and implementing resilience strategies that take a holistic approach in addressing the impacts of climate change and help communities to adapt to the inevitable change.






On 18 May 2023, experts in resilience-based management and local teams from Unesco marine World Heritage sites met online to share best practices and first-hand insights on designing and implementing resilience strategies that take a holistic approach in addressing the impacts of climate change and help communities to adapt to the inevitable change.

Earlier this year, both the Ningaloo Coast in Australia and the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System in Belize became the first marine World Heritage sites to launch resilience strategies, supported by the Resilient Reefs Initiative. The sites have since started implementation with initial seed funding for priority actions that will strengthen the resilience of these globally iconic marine protected areas.

Managers from Ningaloo Coast highlighted the importance of understanding local governance and legislative contexts that guide a site-specific resilience strategy. Other learnings shared included the value of targeting early wins to increase engagement and collaboration among local partners...

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Unesco: Building climate resilience for people and nature at marine World Heritage sites

On 18 May 2023, experts in resilience-based management and local teams from Unesco marine World Heritage sites met online to share best practices and first-hand insights on designing and implementing resilience strategies that take a holistic approach in addressing the impacts of climate change and help communities to adapt to the inevitable change.






On 18 May 2023, experts in resilience-based management and local teams from Unesco marine World Heritage sites met online to share best practices and first-hand insights on designing and implementing resilience strategies that take a holistic approach in addressing the impacts of climate change and help communities to adapt to the inevitable change.

Earlier this year, both the Ningaloo Coast in Australia and the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System in Belize became the first marine World Heritage sites to launch resilience strategies, supported by the Resilient Reefs Initiative. The sites have since started implementation with initial seed funding for priority actions that will strengthen the resilience of these globally iconic marine protected areas.

Managers from Ningaloo Coast highlighted the importance of understanding local governance and legislative contexts that guide a site-specific resilience strategy. Other learnings shared included the value of targeting early wins to increase engagement and collaboration among local partners...

More here


 



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