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.
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.
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Expert perspectives were solicited to discuss how ICT can be applied to the work of the GEF.
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Sustainable Forest Management Workshop was held in November 2010.
Climate Resilience workshop was held in November 2010.
For GEF-4, STAP has undergone major structural reform in order to undertake its new strategic role in advising on the scientific content of all focal area strategies, a new operational role in screening all proposals for Full Size Projects, and a continuing advisory role in providing guidance and outputs on topics requested by GEF agencies. Additionally, STAP has been active in a number of GEF-funded targeted research projects on issues important to the agencies such as developing a carbon tracking tool for project managers.