Strategic Objective 2 - UNDP Europe and CIS

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Environment and Energy Community of Practice meeting, Bratislava, 24


26 September, 2007


BIODIVERSITY

Environment and Energy Community of Practice meeting, Bratislava, 24


26 September, 2007


Current Biodiversity portfolio: size, value

11

14

BD Portfolio for Europe and CIS
43 Projects: 32 BD1 and 11 BD2
US$ 75 million from GEF
0
5
10
15
20
Projects
under
preparation
MSPs under
implementatio
n
FSPs under
implementatio
n
MSP
submitted
PIFs
submitted
PIFs cleared
number of projects
18

11

14

9 PIRs

25 PIRs

21 PIRs

12 PIRs

2005

2006


2007


2008

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improving the management effectiveness of

83
protected areas

with a total area of over

14 million

hectares;


7 new PAs established covering

1.2 million

hectares



mainstreaming biodiversity into

9 million

hectares;

working with agriculture (10), fishery (1), tourism (9),
forestry (6), mining (1), NTFP (1).

Current Portfolio: Impacts

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26 September, 2007


Progress towards achieving target indicators:

Type of
Indicator

Number of
indicators
measured

Number
improvin
g

Number
deteri
orating

Number
unchanged

Data not
available

Number at or
near target

Species based
indicators

(numbers/
presence
-
absence/area
covered

120

25

(21%)

3

(3%)

75

(63%)

17

(14%)

99

(83%)

Area Based
Indicators with
direct influence
on biodiversity

101

42

(42%)

3

(3%)

56

(56%)

0

(0%)

40

(40%)

METT Scores

52


25

(48%)

1

(2%)

26

(50%)

0

(0%)

6

(12%)


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METT conducted in 52 sites in 12 countries: 49% scores improvement

0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
Ukraine, Shatsk National nature park
Uzbekistan, Kitab State Strict Nature Reserve
Russia, Sayano-Shushenski Biosphere Reserve
Russia, Katunski biosphere reserve
Russia, Uch-Enmek Regional Ethno-Cultural Nature
Russia, Chuy-Oozy Regional Nature Economic
Russia, Shushensky Bor National Park
Kazakhstan, Almaty State Nature Reservation
Uzbekistan, Chatkal State Strict Nature Reserve
Russia, Khakassky State Nature Reserve
Ukraine, Prypiat-Stokhid National Nature Park
Kazakhstan, Ile Alatau National Park
Uzbekistan, Gissar State Strict Nature Reserve
Uzbekistan, Nurota State Strict Nature Reserve
Russia, Ergaki Nature Park
Belarus, Sporovsky Reserve
Belarus, Zvanets Reserve
Russia, Altaysky State Nature Reserve
Kazakhstan, Katon-Karagaiskyi
Kazakhstan, Markakolskyi
Kazakhstan, Korgalzhyn Nature Reserve
Macedonia, Kanjon Matka
Russia, Ubsunurskaia Kotlovina
Russia, Azas Biosphere Reserve
Russia, Shorsky National Park
Czech Republic, Beskydy
Czech Republic, Bile Karpaty
Kazakhstan, Alakol Nature Reserve
Latvia, North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve
Slovakia, Abrod
Russia, Tigireksky State Nature Reserve
Uzbekistan, Zaamin State Strict Nature Reserve
Uzbekistan, Kyzylkum State Strict Nature Reserve
Slovakia, Belianske Luky
Slovakia, Klastorske Luky
Uzbekistan, Baday-Tugay State Strict Nature
Uzbekistan, Zarafshan State Strict nature Reserve
Uzbekistan, Surkhan State Strict Nature Reserve
Macedonia, Tikvesh
Russia, Argut Regional Nature Park
Romania, Macin Mountains National park
Russia, Belukha Nature Park
Ukraine, Prypiat-Stokhid Regional Landscape Park
Russia, Zona Pokoia Plato Ukok
Belarus, Mid-Pripyat
Belarus, Prostyr
Romania, Maramures Mountains Nature Park
Kazakhstan, Zolotenok
sites
UNDP/GEF Europe and CIS PA METT total scores, baseline
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26 September, 2007


Strategy and Action Plan

Pressure: State: Response (defined as):

Strategy

Pressure
-

changes in pressures on Biodiversity

Reduction in pressures threatening biodiversity within

(i) Protected Areas and (ii) Production landscapes

State

-

changes in state of Biodiversity

Improvement in the status (long
-
term security) of
biodiversity assets,

Response:

changes in country capacity to
manage pressures

Barriers to remedial action are addressed

Normative Solutions:

a.
Biogeographically representative Protected Area
estates are serving as a bulwark against human induced
threats on lands where conservation objectives have
primacy.


b.
Biodiversity management is codified within production
systems on production lands where production takes
primacy over conservation.

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BIODIVERSITY FOCAL AREA GOAL: Conservation

and Sustainable
Use of biodiversity and maintenance

of the ecosystem goods and services
that biodiversity provides to society

Strategic Objective

1:

Catalyzing
Sustainability of
Protected Area
Systems


Strategic Objective 2:

Mainstreaming bd
conservation in
production
landscapes/seascapes
and sectors

Strategic Objective 3:

Safeguarding
Biodiversity



Strategic Objective 4:

Capacity Building on
Access and Benefit
Sharing



Strategic Programs:

1.
Sustainable
Financing

2.
Marine Protected
Areas

3.
Terrestrial
Protected Areas



Strategic Programs:

1.
Policy and
Regulatory
Framework

2.
Fostering Markets
for Ecosystem
Goods and service


Strategic Programs:

1.
Biosafety

2.
Invasive Alien
Species





Strategic Programs:

1.
Capacity Building
on Access and
Benefit Sharing





OPERATIONAL PROGRAMS STILL VALID IN GEF IV (1, 2, 3, 4 and 13)

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SO

SP

Eligible elements

Indicators

1.

Catalyzing

Sustainability

of PAs

Sustainable

Financing of

PAS

(i)


policies and laws to allow PAs to manage the entire
revenue stream;

(ii) business planning

(iii)

capacity building to manage PAs on sound principles of
business planning and conservation;

(iv)

recognition of the support to PAs made by communities
living in and near PAs

Total revenue and

diversification in revenue

streams

Increasing

Representation

Of Effectively

Managed MPAs

in PA Systems

(i)

establishment of coastal and marine PAs



to increase
coverage;
NEW PAs

(ii) improved management effectiveness





Number and extent

(coverage) of MPAs

compared to 2006 global

baseline for GEF eligible

countries.

METT scores

Strengthening

Terrestrial PA

networks


(i)
addressing ecosystem coverage gaps
NEW PAs


(ii)

demonstrate that resources are reallocated to the
additional PAs and that the reallocation results in a
management effort consistent with the levels
throughout entire PA system


Number of new PA

Established

METT scores

Financial Scorecard

Institutional Scorecard

Strategic Objective 1

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Mainstreaming

Biodiversity in

Production

Landscapes/Seas

capes and

Sectors

Strengthening the

Policy and Regulatory

Framework

(i)

remove knowledge barriers;

(ii)

develop institutional capacity

(iii)

establish policy, legislative and
regulatory frameworks required to
integrate bd conservation objectives
into the actions of the productive
sectors.

The degree to which

policies and regulations

governing sectoral

activities include measures

to conserve bd as

measured by GEF tracking

tool.

Fostering Markets for

Ecosystems Goods and

Services

(i)

markets for ecosystems goods and
services;

(ii)

global certification systems for goods
produced in agriculture, fisheries,
forestry and other sectors
-

supply
chain initiatives

Number and extent

(coverage: hectares

payments generated) of

new payment for

environmental service

schemes created;



Published certification

standards for biodiversity

friendly goods.

Strategic Objective 2

Strategic
Objective

Strategic Program

Eligible elements

Indicators

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26 September, 2007


PROGRAMMING PRIORITIES

for GEF IV


Protected Area Financing: Serbia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Georgia



Steppe Conservation through PA or mainstreaming approach in: Kazakhstan,
Uzbekistan, Russia




Expansion of Marine Protected Areas: Russia, Turkey, Montenegro



Expansion of PAS to cover unrepresented ecosystems: Turkmenistan,
Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Carpathians, Moldova



Mainstreaming biodiversity into: spatial planning (Bosnia), fishery:
(Kyrgyzstan); agriculture: (Tajikistan);

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Submissions Schedule for 2007:

MSPs: PIFs (8) and Briefs (5)

-
March:

Bulgaria: Grasslands

-
July:

Turkey: Forests; Bosnia: Peatlands; Kyrgyzstan: Fishery; Macedonia:
PA System

-
November
-

December
: Uzbekistan: SPAs; Georgia: PA Financing,
Montenegro: PA System; Turkmenistan: PA System, Romania: Carpathians
PA , Bosnia, Turkey and Kyrgyzstan (if PIF approved).

-
Still fighting for Lithuania and Latvia’s eligibility for the Baltic MPA


FSPs: PIFs (5) and CEO endorsement (2)

-
15 August
:
Russia: Komi
; Ukraine: PA Financing

-
15 October
: Kazakhstan: Steppe; Russia: MPAs

-
15 November
: Tajikistan: Agrobiodiversity; Turkey: MPAs (pending on
response for forests)

-
December:

for CEO endorsement: Russia: Komi and Ukraine: PA finance (if
PIF approved)



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MSPs: PIFs

-
January: Serbia: PA financing, Moldova: PA System


IF INTERESTED IN NEW PIFs January


July is the best time


before the
big submission start

-
After July: Bulgaria: PA Finance


FSPs: PIFs

-
April WP: Kazakhstan: Steppe; Russia: MPAs, Tajikistan: Agrobiodiversity;
Turkey: MPAs


will be considered


For CEO endorsement (if PIF approved)

-
February: Uzbekistan: SPA,

-
July: Georgia: PA finance

-
September: Kazak Steppe, Russia MPA

-
November: Turkmenistan: PAS

-
December: Turkey: MPAs, Bulgaria: PA Finance

Submissions Schedule for 2008:

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NO PROGRAMMING FOR GEF IV:


Albania


might work for second part of
GEF IV, as WB took the first;


Armenia


PA opportunities


Azerbaijan


PA opportunities


Belarus


mainstreaming opportunities


IF INTERESTED LET’S DISCUSS

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COMPULSORY INDICATORS FOR PA
PROJECTS


METT


Financial Scorecard


Institutional Capacity Scorecard


Number of new protected area established
(if SP2 or SP3)


Number of hectares of improved
conservation management


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How to write a PIF ON BIODIVERSITY?


Global

significant biodiversity


Threats


Why is the BD important to the government?


Opportunities: Government strategy to protect biodiversity


Normative solution


ideal


Barriers to achieving normative


What is the project proposing?


Which are the global environmental benefits expected?


How many PAs will be established (for SP2 and SP3 projects)


hectares covered


Incrementality


Cost
-
effectiveness: other options considered


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