Biodiversity action planning in the Falkland Islands
Falklands Conservation - FI
Host Country Institutions:
Gov of Falkland Islands - Environment
If all the Falkland Islands biodiversity action plans are looked at together, the total number of identified tasks becomes unrealistic in terms of the resources available. This project aims to solve this problem by analysing the approach to action planning taken to date and to develop an easily accessible digital format for classifying and prioritising tasks. Rigorous guidelines will be developed for prioritisation of action and generic action across species/habitats will be developed.
The methodology will be tested by completing the suite of action plans listed in the FI Biodiversity Strategy 2008-18. All the actions from all the plans will then be brought together and a further prioritisation undertaken until an achievable list of essential action has been produced. This output will facilitate practical action on the ground.
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