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You are on this page and we are excited as we look forward to learning and sharing your work and experience with other practitioners across the globe. On this page you can upload your initiatives that have solely or majorly contributed to the biodiversity conservation through a case study and /or a project / programme and / or an event, inspiring practitioners worldwide.


We look forward to initiatives which have employed strong educational interventions and approaches with notable impacts in facilitating the implementation of any of the 20 Aichi Biodiversity Targets. The submissions need to convey valuable lessons of the educational processes that deepen the understanding of the stakeholders, practitioners in particular, of the impact of such meaningful educational initiatives on the successful implementation of Aichi Biodiversity Targets.


You can even upload stories of an individual or small group of people with their permission and appropriate credits.


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Case study:Case studies are one of the best methods to learn and share experiences and best practices. While it is difficult to generalize or envisage the results in the larger context as case studies generally tend to be highly subjective, the useful lessons of the educational processes offered by the case study illustration can be integrated into the educational strategies.
Upload your case studies detailing educational initiatives that have made significant impact in taking any of the 20 Aichi Biodiversity Targets forward.



Project / Programme : Projects (limited time ,objectives and impacts) and programmes (combination of related projects or services with indefinite time, multiple objectives and wide ranging impacts corresponding to the long term vision of biodiversity conservation) are rich resources which facilitate the sharing of the educational approaches, experiences and learning among practitioners. Several of the projects / programmes can be replicated with small modifications or adaptations. While they enhance educational opportunities , they also encourage cross sectoral and / or cross country collaborations.



Event: Events on biodiversity conservation engage large number of people in a short period of time spreading awareness, raising funds, influencing policies, impacting attitudes and behavior of people on several occasions. Organized in one or several places simultaneously, events are the great repository of creativity and innovation.
Upload events such as workshops, seminars, conferences, meetings, rallies, marathons, launches, fairs, exhibitions, campaigns, advocacy, public consultations and so on with the chain of associated activities.