FRAMEWORK FOR NATURE CONSERVATION AND PROTECTED AREAS 2021-2025 FEEDBACK
Thank you for taking the time to give feedback on the draft Pacific Islands Framework for Nature Conservation and Protected Areas 2021-2025. To complete this form you will need to be on a desktop or laptop.
This feedback form primarily focuses on the six Strategic Objectives and the 21 Action Tracks of the new Framework, although we also welcome general feedback on the Framework as a whole. The full draft text, including details of prior consultation rounds throughout 2020, can be viewed here.
Following the Conference, the draft Framework will be updated to reflect feedback received in this survey, as well as the key messages emerging in the Conference sessions for each Action Track. The text will be finalised in early 2021.
All responses will be treated confidentially and no organisation or individual contributing to this survey will be identified in any publication or presentation.
About the Strategic Objectives
The Strategic Objectives are broad priorities for nature conservation action in the Pacific. Work done within the areas of the Strategic Objectives, in a manner reflecting the Principles for Conservation Implementation, will contribute to progress towards the 30-year Vision and Goals of the Framework.
The purpose of the Strategic Objectives is to provide a coordinated strategic approach to conservation across jurisdictions in the Pacific region. Decisions around national goals, targets and indicators for their implementation are the responsibility of Pacific governments, supported by their partners.
Each Strategic Objective is accompanied by Action Tracks, representing the priority areas for implementation; summaries of Key Conservation Challenges for each Action Track; and Overviews of Best Practice for work undertaken within each Action Track. This best practice guidance applies the Principles for Conservation Implementation to the achievement of the Strategic Objectives.