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UNEP Initiative on Capacity Building for Integrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Mid-term Review Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005. Chile – Evaluating And Improving The Ministry Of Agriculture’s Environmental Agenda (MAEA). Contents of the presentation.
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UNEP Initiative on Capacity Building for Integrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development
Mid-term Review Meeting
Geneva, February 16-17, 2005
Chile – Evaluating And Improving The Ministry Of Agriculture’s Environmental Agenda (MAEA)
b) involvement of stakeholders beyond the Ministry of Agriculture.
Objectives of the project:
Government institutions leading the project:
National Institution facilitating the project:
Other government institutions involved:
Description and rationale of the selected planning process
a) The protection of natural essential processes that make life on earth possible and therefore all agricultural activities: biodiversity, soils and waters.
b) The development of an agricultural sector that incorporates product and process innocuousness as central in their activities. This is seen as responding to the demands of consumers and therefore as a factor of competitiveness in international markets.
c) The promotion of environmental markets and green businesses within a perspective that understands environmental management more as an opportunity for the development of new products and markets than as local restriction.
Actions: In consideration of the three objectives, the EAMA specifies six lines of future action:
1) Modernisation and strengthening of the conservation and protection of nature.
2) Efficiency, efficacy, equity and responsibility in environmental management.
3) Sustainability and innocuousness of production.
4) Development of environmental markets and green businesses.
5) Capacity building.
6) Participation and trust.
Main gaps and weaknesses of the substance of the Planning process
2) Barriers to the sustainability of the sector
3) Policies attributable to the Environmental Agenda of the Ministry of Agriculture: incentives, regulations, voluntary programs, and research and development
4) Scenario building for the year 2010 based on policies identified on 3): a) BAU (business as usual), b) Environmental improvement and c) Environmental sustainability
5) Scenario assessment in terms of its contribution towards sustainable development.
6) Policy recommendations.
Process (improving communication, transparency public and private links)