Resolution CONABIO 4/2007 providing for the most vulnerable ecosystems to climate change, actions and measures for their protection and associated resolutions
It identifies in art 2 the actions needed within the scope of the National Biodiversity Policy:
I – Increase the representativeness and effectiveness of Protected Areas;
II – Create and implement Ecological Corridors and Mosaics of Protected Areas;
III – Expand efforts to conserve and recover endangered species;
IV – Expand efforts to collect, characterize and ex situ conservation of endemic and threatened species;
V – Expand efforts to collect, characterize and ex situ conservation of genetic resources, local/creole varieties and wild relatives of cultivated species;
VI – Expand actions to prevent and inspect deforestation and illegal fires;
VII – Expand actions for the prevention and inspection of predatory and illegal extractivism of fauna (hunting, fishing and animal trafficking) and flora (firewood and charcoal and other wood and non-wood products);
VIII – Expand actions to prevent and control urban, industrial, agricultural and mining pollution;
IX – Expand integrated actions for the prevention, eradication and control of invasive alien species that impact the environment, biodiversity, agriculture and human health;
X – Incorporate criteria for vulnerability to climate change in future revisions of lists of endangered fauna and flora species;
XI – Establish a system and network for monitoring and early warning of the impacts of changes
climate change on biodiversity, with the participation of academia and society;
XII – Expand research on vulnerability, resistance, resilience and adaptability of biodiversity;
XIII – Improve regional climate change modeling and generate more accurate maps of the most vulnerable ecosystems and degraded areas;
XIV – Promote greater training of public managers to adapt Brazilian ecosystems to the impacts of climate change;
XV – Promote greater awareness, awareness and mobilization of the Brazilian population for adaptation actions to the threats of climate change to Brazilian ecosystems and their biodiversity;
XVI – Stimulate the adoption of programs, practices and actions by the private sector and by society organizations that contribute to adaptations to climate change.
Art 3 proposes mechanisms for the implementation of the actions above.
Related to this, resolution 1/2005 CONABIO provides for the use of guidelines to incorporate aspects of biological diversity in legislation and/or in the Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment processes in the Cerrado and Pantanal Biomes;
Resolution 2/2005 CONABIO provides for the adoption of the Work Program for Arid and Sub-humid Areas of the Convention on Biological Diversity for the Caatinga, Cerrado, Pantanal and Pampas Biomes;
Resolution 7/2008 CONABIO provides for the National Strategy for Invasive Alien Species
Resolution 8/2021 provides for the National List of Threatened Species of Extinction.