The Fourth ASEAN Heritage Parks Conference

01.10.13 - 04.10.13

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Centre for Biodiversity (ACB)  will organize the Fourth ASEAN Heritage Parks (AHP) Conference:  Integrating Global Challenges for Sustainable Development and Effective management of ASEAN Heritage Parks, which will take place in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines, with support from the GIZ Biodiversity and Climate Change Project,  and the Government of the Philippines’ Department of Environment and Natural  Resources and the Department of Tourism.

The conference is for park managers in  Southeast Asia to discuss how to achieve international biodiversity targets and  identify opportunities for international cooperation. Thematic sessions will be  organized on: effective management of protected areas; biodiversity and climate  change; integrating biodiversity values; ecotourism, business and biodiversity;  and indigenous and local communities in protected areas. read more:

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