Asia-Pacific Countries with Special Needs Development Report 2020: Leveraging Ocean Resources for Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States
How to Use Spatial Data to inform Actionable National Policies?
Process: Firstly, it is necessary to identify the spatial data related to Aichi Biodiversity Target. Secondly, we must ensure the spatial data is available at the national or regional level. Thirdly, we need to check whether the spatial data or indicators have been published in research papers, national, regional or global assessment reports, which should be verified.
Crunching Numbers: Quantifying the Sustainable Development Co-Benefits of Mexico's Climate Commitments
The Asia Pacific region is exceptionally rich in biodiversity. The tropical forests of South East Asia, the reefs of the ‘coral triangle’, the temperate forests and the large river basins found in the region are among the most unique on Earth. However, biodiversity in the Asia Pacific region is in fast decline.