ACTION TRACKS

Traditional canoes New Caledonia

OUR OCEAN

Rock Islands Palau Stuart Chape

OUR ISLAND

Samoan dancers waiting arrival of Hawaii

OUR CONNECTION WITH NATURE

We want to explore priorities and challenges facing ‘Our Ocean’ with the following Action Tracks:

  • Effective marine protected areas

  • Marine ecological integrity

  • Reducing threats to threatened and migratory marine species

  • Ending unsustainable fishing

  • Preventing plastics pollution

  • Deep-sea and seabed mining

We want to explore priorities and challenges facing ‘Our Island’ with the following Action Tracks:

  • Effective terrestrial protected areas

  • Terrestrial Ecological Integrity 

  • Reducing threats to threatened and migratory terrestrial species

  • Nature-based solutions to sustain socio-ecological systems

  • Battling invasive species

  • Preventing terrestrial, freshwater and marine pollution (non-plastic)

We want to explore priorities and challenges facing ‘Our Connection with Nature’ with the following Action Tracks:

  • Our people at the centre of conservation action

  • Behaviour change for nature conservation, the role of education, communication and arts in our society

  • Ecosystem-based approaches to climate change, pandemic and disaster response

  • Sustainable and resilient ocean economies

  • Sustainable and resilient island economies

  • Environmentally and culturally sensitive tourism

Transversely we want to look at the following Action Tracks:

  • Science and traditional knowledge for target-setting, monitoring and informed decision-making

  • Governance that works for nature conservation

  • Sustainable financing for nature conservation

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