Governance approaches and practices in Latin America and the Caribbean for transformative change for biodiversity

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Governance approaches and practices in Latin America and the Caribbean for transformative change for biodiversity

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The relevance of biodiversity to global climate, health and social stability has been widely documented; its present state of deterioration and loss is an urgent call to change the way in which we live with species and ecosystems. This leads to a recognition of the importance of reformulating the institutions and various processes associated with biodiversity governance at the subnational, national and global levels that have a negative impact on its conservation and sustainable use. In other words, there is a need to design and implement new forms of governance that facilitate positive transformative changes in the state of the biodiversity and human groups in Socioecologically vulnerable positions.


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Overview .-- Executive summary .-- Introduction .-- I. Conceptual framework .-- II. Methodological aspects .-- III. A general overview of governance practices for transformative change for biodiversity .-- IV. Practices in the integrative approach: consistency and effectiveness .-- V. Practices in the inclusive approach: equality, representation and active participation .-- VI. Practices in the informed-process approach: access to information and the integration of different knowledge systems .-- VII. Practices in the adaptive approach: contextualization, sustainability and resilience .-- VIII. Frequency and qualitative performance of governance practices .-- IX. Strengths and challenges in the implementation of governance approaches and practices for transformative change for biodiversity .-- X. Recommendations and final remarks.

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