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CBD COP8 - GLISPA High Level Event: Islands, marine biodiversity and livelihoods: a Global Island Partnership

Title: CBD COP8 - GLISPA High Level Event: Islands, marine biodiversity and livelihoods: a Global Island Partnership
Date: March 20-31, 2006
Location: Curitiba, Brazil
Host: Palau

The COP 8 GLISPA High Level Event held on 28 March 2006 in Curitaba, Brazil was titled 'Islands, Marine Biodiversity and Livelihoods: A Global Island Partnership' and marked the beginning of a number of landmark initiatives; not only in President Remengesau's launching of GLISPA itself, but also of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's call for collaboration amongst the six countries of the Coral Triangle to protect this unique area of marine biodiversity.

At the Conference:
  • Programme of Work on Island Biodiversity approved with strong country support

At the High Level Event:
  • The Global Island Partnership (GLISPA) launched
  • Micronesia Challenge (30% of marine resources and 20% of terrestrial resources under effective conservation by 2020) launched by Palau, FSM, RMI, Guam and CNMI
  • 9 new commitments by island countries & territories
  • $7+ million pledged for island conservation
  • Commitments (in order of presentation)
  • Grenada – 25% marine & 25% terrestrial areas under effective conservation by 2020
  • New Zealand & UNDP/GEF – US$1.2 million for the GEF Small Grants Program across Micronesia
  • Indonesia – leading collaboration with Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Timor Leste to conserve coral mega diversity in the Coral Triangle region, thus initiating the Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI)
  • Kiribati – establishment of the Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA), the world 3rd largest marine protected area
  • CBD Secretariat – Support to all CBD Parties on Island Biodiversity Programme of Work
  • TNC and CI – together pledge US$6 million to be matched by US$12 million from public and private sources to sustainably finance of protected areas in Micronesia
  • Fiji – reported significant progress towards the 2005 Mauritius Commitment to protect at least 30% of Fiji's inshore and offshore marine areas, with sustainable funding by 2020, through implementation of new legislation and establishment of MPA networks
  • Madagascar – reported on progress towards their 2003 'Durban vision' to triple the size of protected areas within the country; by the end of 2006, an additional 2.5 million ha was to be protected
  • Italy – Expand Island Initiative with IUCN and use of facilities in La Maddalena archipelago for island meetings and work
  • University of the South Pacific (USP) – 10% of graduates trained for successful implementation of GLISPA by 2010


Speeches delivered by:

Statements were also made by:
  • Ahmed Djoghlaf, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity
  • Jean-Patrick Le Duc, National Museum of Natural History, France
  • Frank Pinto, Executive Coordinator of the Global Environment Facility for the United Nations Development Program
  • Anna Tiraa, University of the South Pacific


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