STAP Focal Areas
STAP will bring together diverse expertise on resilience theory, ecosystem sustainability, conceptual frameworks and models on agro-ecosystem resilience indicators, soil science, and extensive knowledge of the role of resilience of terrestrial ecosystems in global environmental outcomes, and sustaining livelihoods.
For the Fall 2014 session, the STAP Open Meeting will be held on October 27, 2014
STAP collaborated with UNEP and UNEP’s World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC) to host a technical meeting to analyze current global experience of implementing marine spatial planning (MSP).
To read STAP’s report on the meeting, click here.
The STAP is pleased to release a report for the 5th GEF Assembly recently held in Cancun, titled Delivering Global Environmental Benefits for Sustainable Development.
For more information and to download the publication, click here.
The STAP has recently published on sustainable urbanization, protected areas, mainstreaming biodiversity, and political economy.
For more information and links to the publications, click here.
The Fifth GEF Assembly was held in Cancun this May, and gave representatives of all 183 GEF member countries the opportunity to assess and amend GEF policies, operations, and memberships.
To see how the STAP was involved in the recent GEF Assembly, click here.