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Welcome to International Ecosystem Management Partnership

The UNEP International Ecosystem Management Partnership (UNEP-IEMP) was officially launched in November 2011 and has since become a global centre on ecosystem management and a collaborative centre of UNEP hosted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in Beijing China. UNEP-IEMP is the first UNEP initiative in the South and for the South mobilizing science to support policy setting for sustainable ecosystem management in developing countries. With its three programmes of Capacity Building and Technology Transfer, Making the Case through Assessment and Demonstration, and Enhancing Science-Policy Interface, it aims to become an international think tank, a technology and knowledge hub, and a centre for capacity building on ecosystem management for developing countries.The UNEP International Ecosystem Management Partnership (UNEP-IEMP) was officially launched in November 2011 and has since become a global centre on ecosystem management and a collaborative centre of UNEP hosted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in Beijing China. UNEP-IEMP is the first UNEP initiative in the South and for the South mobilizing science to support policy setting for sustainable ecosystem management in developing countries. With its three programmes of Capacity Building and Technology Transfer, Making the Case through Assessment and Demonstration, and Enhancing Science-Policy Interface, it aims to become an international think tank, a technology and knowledge hub, and a centre for capacity building on ecosystem management for developing countries.


RECENT UPDATES

Team retreat focuses on future 10-year Strategic Plan

UNEP-IEMP's annual team retreat held in Beijing, China focused on its future strategic direction and potential flagships as a basis of its 10-year long-term strategy (2014-2023).


Coupling Conservation and Livelihood in Protected Areas Project Inception Workshop

Protected areas have expanded rapidly in recent decades, especially in developing countries where the biodiversity is rich. However, sustainable management of protected areas is facing huge challenge despite increasing commitment of developing country governments in contributing to global and regional biodiversity conservation.


UNEP-IEMP successfully holds its 2nd Steering Committee Meeting

The Steering Committee of the UNEP-International Ecosystem Management Partnership (UNEP-IEMP) welcomed the significant achievements made by the Centre in 2013 and the first quarter of 2014 and endorsed the Centre’s Work Plan for 2014/2015.