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Second National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan 2017-2026

legislation type Executive
Action Plan
Passed in 2017
The 2017 version of this document focuses on wildlife, forest biodiversity, agricultural biodiversity, freshwater, marina and coastal biodiversity. It notably aims to cut and organise better fuel wood production.

Its core objectives to reach by 2026 are 1) a well protected biodiversity thanks to improved legislation and policy implementation across sectors, 2) Practical methods and mechanisms enhanced and functioning to safeguard biodiversity, resulting in improved conservation status of threatened and rare species, 3) Practical and robust conservation actions are significantly enhancing the status of species, habitats, sites and ecosystems in and outside protected areas, 4) Improved living standards, ecosystem services and opportunities provided to people, particularly local communities through sustainable and inclusive biodiversity conservation actions, and 5) Improved sectoral and public involvement, and enhanced capacities and awareness, are contributing to effective planning and result-oriented execution of conservation programmes. 

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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