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The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. In light of the challenges the world is facing from the current COVID-19 pandemic, the IDB will be commemorated through its first ever online-only campaign. This welcomes citizens across the globe based on their knowledge, to come up with awareness-raising campaigns and calls to actions that are feasible at the respective national levels.

The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. In light of the challenges the world is facing from the current COVID-19 pandemic, the IDB will be commemorated through its first ever online-only campaign. This welcomes citizens across the globe based on their knowledge, to come up with awareness-raising campaigns and calls to actions that are feasible at the respective national levels.

Report: "Freshwater biodiversity in the Lake Victoria basin - Guidance for Species conservation, site protection, climate resilience and sustainable livelihoods" https://portals.iucn.org/library/node/47642
Policy brief (English) 'Freshwater biodiversity in the Lake Victoria basin - priorities for conservation action - https://www.iucn.org/sites/dev/files/content/documents/2018/policy_brief...

The global theme of the 2018 World Wetland Day is ‘Wetlands for a Sustainable Urban Future’ has been chosen to raise awareness about how urban wetlands contribute to the future of sustainable cities. Wetlands provide many ecosystem services in addition to a net carbon sequestration function (William J. Mitsch et.al, 2011).

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This policy brief presents critical equity issues to be addressed in the lead up to REDD+ implementation. To reduce deforestation and degradation, REDD+ projects need to be equitable in both procedures and outcomes. REDD+ brings risks and opportunities for rural Ugandans and successful projects must gain and maintain the trust and support of diverse local communities and avoid imposing costs upon them.

Some questions before the proposed Nile Perch fishing ban on Lake Victoria could be implemented

This Lake Victoria Climate Change Readiness Brief No.3 is part of the series since 2012 was produced by the East African Sustainability Watch (EA SusWatch) Network for the purpose of highlighting progress in implementation of the East African Community Climate Change Policy (EACCCP) commitments related to mitigating the effects of Green House Gas emissions and for adaptation to climate change in the Lake Victoria Basin with respect to agriculture, nutrition and food security.

The LVEMPII CS Watch Project seeks to lobby and advocate for realization of results-based performance from Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (LVEMPII) and implementation of the East African Community Climate Change Policy (EACCCP). The Project is implemented by SusWatch Kenya, Tanzania Coalition for Sustainable Development and Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD) – working together as the East African Sustainability Watch Network (Contact: www.easuswatch.org for more detailed information).

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