Contributions to the work on capacity-building under the auspices of IPBES
The table below shows the contributions to the work on capacity-building under the auspices of IPBES. This table contains examples of capacity building through third parties. Apart from a basic eligibility screening, the IPBES technical support unit on capacity-building (TSU CB) does not independently verify the examples listed in this table. Should you wish to contribute an example, please go to the submission portal: https://ipbes.net/support_to_building_capacity_submissions.
If you wish to alert the TSU CB to any inaccuracy or anything objectionable in this table, please do so by emailing this information to email@example.com.
Table 1: List of activities implementing the IPBES capacity-building rolling plan in the period 2017-2019
Table 2: Capacity-building activities by supporting organizations and institutions in the period 2019-2021
Table 3: Capacity-building activities by supporting organizations and institutions in the period 2021-2022
Table 4: Capacity-building activities by supporting organizations and institutions in the period 2022-2023
|Name of organization||Link||Type of contribution||Form of contribution||Approved IPBES assessments||Other IPBES products||Aim and description of contribution||Target group(s)||Start date||End date||Region||Country/countries||Link to edit Webform submission|
|GBPNIHE||Booklet||Online||Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services||IPBES Participatory mechanism for working with indigenous and local knowledge systems||External review and online training towards capacity building of stakeholders.||Early career experts||2023||Asia-Pacific States||India|
|University of Santiago de Compostela||Link||Article||Other||Values Assessment||IPBES Conceptual framework||Our novel market-based adaptation of the IPBES conceptual framework— ‘cephalopod food system framework’ represents how the cephalopod food system functions and informs processes to improve sustainability and equity of the cephalopod food system||Indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLCs)||2022||Global||_nocountry|
|United Nations Development Programme||Link||Article||Online||Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services||IPBES Guide for assessments||BES-Net connects and fosters dialogue among policymakers, scientists and practitioners for biodiversity and enhances their access to the best available knowledge for the concerted implementation of nature-based solutions.
||Early career experts||2016||2028||Global||Azerbaijan|
|Centre for Ecological Research||Link||Booklet||Other||Regional Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services for Europe and Central Asia||All IPBES products at the national scale||To support the uptake of IPBES products at the national scale.||Policymakers||2022||Eastern European States, Western European and other States||Hungary|
|Centre for Ecological Research||Link||Conference||In-person||Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services||Approach to recognizing and working with indigenous and local knowledge in IPBES||To review the evolution of the concept, starting from IPBES, and to give examples of possible applications based on the experience of some recent projects (e.g. NÖSZTÉP)||Early career experts||2022||Other states||Hungary|