Curaao Henkjan Kieviet Christophe Iachouchen Europe Overseas Roundtable

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Curaçao, © Henkjan Kieviet © Christophe Iaïchouchen Europe Overseas Roundtable on Biodiversity and Climate

Curaçao, © Henkjan Kieviet © Christophe Iaïchouchen Europe Overseas Roundtable on Biodiversity and Climate Change 6 TH Meeting, September 2014

Agenda

Agenda

Indicators workshop outcomes • Analysis of SEBI (26), BIP (39) • + French initiative

Indicators workshop outcomes • Analysis of SEBI (26), BIP (39) • + French initiative (ONB) and situation in the Macaronesia Region • + ongoing works: NETBIOME – Scope of EU impact on Global Biodiversity (EEA) A first set proposal as a common and operational set

Provisional EU Overseas Set of Indicators

Provisional EU Overseas Set of Indicators

Policy Responses q IAS: • Number of IAS targeted by local plan or measures

Policy Responses q IAS: • Number of IAS targeted by local plan or measures + • Trend q Red List: q Protected Areas (PA): • Coverage • Number of Rangers/ PA

Policy Responses q Funding: • Total amount allocated for biodiversity (analysed per categories of

Policy Responses q Funding: • Total amount allocated for biodiversity (analysed per categories of target i. e research, conservation project, . . ) q Restoration efforts: • coverage of habitats restored/ area of habitats degraded or lost q Development of local Strategies q Fisheries: • Certification • Licences

Pressures q Artificialisation: • Area and % of artificialised areas q IAS: • Number

Pressures q Artificialisation: • Area and % of artificialised areas q IAS: • Number and trend of most IAS invasive found on the territory • % of IAS over native species q Climate Change: • Change in seas temperature • Area of Land lost due to sea level rise • Area of Ice cap lost

Pressures q Use of natural resources : • Composite index: Timber, fisheries, hunting of

Pressures q Use of natural resources : • Composite index: Timber, fisheries, hunting of native species, … q Nitrogen pollution q Pesticides: • Consumption ( t) • 5 most used pesticides

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area % + Trend + Area %

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area % + Trend + Area % of natural habitat / inhabitant

State:

State:

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area • Trend q Status of coral

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area • Trend q Status of coral reefs:

State:

State:

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area • Trend q Status of coral

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area • Trend q Status of coral reefs: q Red List: • Number of endangered species • Status of conservation evolution of endemic species

State:

State:

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area • Trend q Status of coral

State: q Coverage of natural habitats • Area • Trend q Status of coral reefs: q Red List: • Number of endangered species • Status of conservation evolution of endemic species q Taxonomic knowledge completiveness

State: q Taxonomic knowledge completiveness:

State: q Taxonomic knowledge completiveness:

State: q Traditional knowledge (TK): • Number of project based and promoting TK

State: q Traditional knowledge (TK): • Number of project based and promoting TK

Benefits: q Socio-economic valuation of ecosystem services: • Common methodology to agreed for setting

Benefits: q Socio-economic valuation of ecosystem services: • Common methodology to agreed for setting up the composite index q. Tourism – recreative activities: • % of tourism in the local economy

Next Step: Guadeloupe Conference • A Policy brief for the discussion in Guadeloupe •

Next Step: Guadeloupe Conference • A Policy brief for the discussion in Guadeloupe • session dedicated in Workshop n° 2: • Key questions: 1) What is the purpose of having such indicators? a) What will governments and European Institutions do with the results? b) How will an indicator feed into government and European initiatives? c) What types of indicator best fit this purpose? 2) What mechanism will be in place to ensure these indicators are sustainable and monitored over the long term?