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Listening to IUCN Members on Disaster Risk Reduction Results & Implications Kaia Boe Ecosystem Management Programme Workshop 791 – Reducing Risks, Naturally! September 7 th , 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress, Jeju. Why. Document evidence on work on ecosystems & DRR

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Listening to IUCN Members on Disaster Risk ReductionResults & ImplicationsKaia BoeEcosystem Management ProgrammeWorkshop 791 – Reducing Risks, Naturally! September 7th, 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress, Jeju
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Why
  • Document evidence on work on ecosystems & DRR
  • Part of wider joint initiative from TNC, GNDRR, UNU & IUCN - review on how:
    • Environmental organizations & agencies engage with DRR
    • DRR organizations engage with environmental work
    • Such work is communicated
results 1
Results (1)

93 Member responses, 30% noted DRR as a core part of their mission

Environments where joint work was focused.

  • Most work in terrestrial areas on
  • Erosion(70%)
  • Droughts(60%)
  • Floods (57%)
results 2
Results (2)

72% work field based &

Types of projects with environmental & disaster risk reduction objectives

  • Produced papers & guidance documents;
  • 50% work in partnership
results 3
Results (3)
  • Few projects designed to meet both DRR & Env. objectives but there are joint results!
  • More guidance needed on project design to integrate ecosystem based DRR, & have clear learning opportunities
survey conclusions
Survey conclusions
  • Interest within Membership
  • Making progress, but more needed
  • Decision makers & donors supportive
  • We need to:
  • Make case for joint objectives;
  • Raise awareness & build capacity;
  • Improve the focus on coastal and marine;
  • Monitor & report on results – enhance the learning;
  • Explore opportunities for collaboration & build on evidence
what this means for iucn
What this means for IUCN
  • Clarify links with IUCN 2013-2016 Programme as a nature based solution;
  • Harness our capacities, use partnerships & communicate;
  • Explore varied funding opportunities & engage with donors;
  • Influence conservation & development planning
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