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APN and its Role in Capacity Building

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APN and its Role in
Capacity Building Xiaojun Deng
APN Secretariat What is An inter-governmental network of 22 member countries
Fosters global change research in the Asia-Pacific region
Increases developing country participation in global change research
Strengthens links between the science community and policy makers 1990 1996 2003 2010 17–18 April 1990 European Network for
Research In Global Change
(ENRICH) 1996:
1st Inter-Governmental Meeting (IGM)
1st Scientific Planning Group (SPG) Meeting

1998:
1st ARCP competitive funding process launched

1999:
1st Strategic Period (1999–2004)
Goals and Science Agenda CAPaBLE Programme Official Launched at the 8th IGM CAPaBLE stands for "Scientific Capacity Building/Enhancement for Sustainable Development in Developing Countries"

An initiative in response to Johannesburg Plan of Implementation (JPOI) for the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) 2012 Third Strategic Phase (2010-2015)
Goal 1: Supporting regional cooperation in global change research on issues particularly relevant to the region

Goal 2: Strengthening appropriate interactions among scientists and policy-makers, and providing scientific input to policy decision-making and scientific knowledge to the public

Goal 3: Improving the scientific and technical capabilities of nations in the region including the transfer of know-how and technology

Goal 4: Cooperating with other global change networks and organizations Goals Science Agenda Climate Change and Climate Variability

Ecosystems, Biodiversity, and Land Use

Changes in the Atmospheric, Terrestrial and Marine Domains

Resources Utilization and Pathways for Sustainable Development
Donor Countries: Japan, USA,
Republic of Korea, and New Zealand 22 Member `Countries* 40 ARCP/CAPaBLE Projects (FY 2012) 4 * Pacific Island Countries and Singapore are approved countries whose scientists are eligible to receive funding under APN awards. APN Structure Inter-Governmental Meeting (IGM) Steering Committee Scientific Planning Group (SPG) SPG Sub-Committee national
Focal
Points Secretariat SPG
Members Capacity Development Committee Activities of Interest under the CAPaBLE Programme Scientific capacity development Science-Policy Interfacing Awareness-Raising Activities Dissemination Activities Capacity Building for Research and Monitoring of Marine Protected Areas: An Adaptive Mechanism for Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific Region (CBA2010-11NSY-DeGuzman) Objectives:
Enhance the capacity of MPA researchers through technical training in coral reef, seagrass, and mangrove assessment and monitoring;
Train participants in data management, report preparation and communication of results; and
Assist participants in formulating an MPA monitoring and evaluation plan. 20 participants from Government Line Agencies, LGUs, NGOs, Academic/Research Institutes from Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Timor Leste, and Viet Nam. Biophysical Monitoring Report on Selected MPAs (direct output)
Training Manual with standard and emerging techniques in assessment and monitoring of coastal habitats (transferable output) Outputs Young LOICZ Forum 2011: Capacity Building in the Asia-Pacific Region (CBA2011-06NSY-LOICZ) TS1 Proposal Development Training Workshop
TS2 Indicating Adaptive Capacity in Urban Risk Management Systems (M. Pelling)
TS3 Economic Valuation of Coastal Ecosystems: A Fad or Reality? (J. Roy)
TS4 How to do Integrative Science? Addressing Environmental Challenges (A. Ignaciuk)
TS5 World Ocean Review: Last Stop: The Ocean - Polluting the Seas (F. Colijn)
TS6 Risk and Vulnerability: From Theory to Capturing Key Factors through Questionnaires (F. Renaud)
TS7 Integrated Coastal Management: Learning from Practice (R. Ramesh)
TS8 Why not becoming an Influential Scientist? Scientific Writing and Publishing (J. Weichselgartner) 8–15 September 2011, Yantai, China
25 young scientists/coastal managers
From 16 countries
8 training sessions
10+ mentors with various backgrounds APN-START SCIENCE-POLICY DIALOGUE ON
CHALLENGES OF GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
19-21 JULY 2012 HOLIDAY INN BANGKOK SILOM, THAILAND Goals:
Strengthening interaction among scientists and policy-makers
Providing scientific input to policy decision making
Promoting informed decision-making to reduce global environmental change vulnerability. Environmental challenges from the perspectives of science and policy communities
Disaster risk management and best practices
Urban policy challenges and opportunities
Adaptation and governance
... APN Funded Projects on Changes related to the Marine Domain ARCP2011-18NMY-Jung: Impacts of Global Warming on Coastal and Marine Ecosystems in the Northwest Pacific
CBA2011-08NSY-Baker: Towards engagement in the United Nations Regular Process for Global Assessment of the Marine Environment: Strengthening Capacity of Developing Countries in the Seas of East Asia
ARCP2011-12NMY-Fortes: Seagrass-Mangrove Ecosystems: Bioshields Against Biodiversity Loss and Impacts of Local and Global Change Along Indo-Pacific Coasts
ARCP2011-22NSG-Liu: Scoping Workshop to Develop Proposal: The Impact of Global Warming Ocean Atmosphere Feedback Strength in the Tropical Indian Ocean
ARCP2010-18NMY-Lutaenko: Coastal Marine Biodiversity of Viet Nam: Regional and Local Challenges and Coastal Zone Management for Sustainable Development
CBA2010-15NSY: Global Change and Coral Reef Management Capacity in the Pacific: Engaging Scientists and Policy Makers in Fiji, Samoa, Tuvalu and Tonga
CIA2009-04-Gaol: Increasing Capacity of Local Scientists for Climate Change Impact & Vulnerability Assessments on Indonesia Archipelagos: Training In-Situ/Satellite Sea Level Measurement
ARCP2007-12NMY: Marine Biodiversity of the Coastal Zones in the NW Pacific: Status, Regional Threats, Expected Changes and Conservation
ARCP2004-10-NSY: Climate Interactions and Marine Ecosystems: Effects of Climate on the Structure and Function of Marine Food-Webs and Implications for Marine Fish Production in the North Pacific Ocean Marginal Seas
2004-CB08-NSY: Toward Quantitative Understandig of the Natural Fluctuations of Marine Coastal Fisheries of Sardines and Anchovies and their Impact on Fishing-Dependant Human Communities
2003-15: Travel support for Asia marine scientists to attend the final JGOFS Open science conference http://www.apn-gcr.org/resources/ New Programmes for 2012 and Beyond Low Carbon Initiatives Programme Climate Adaptation Programme a) Regional-based research
b) Capacity development http://www.apn-gcr.org/2012/07/09/special-call-for-expressions-of-interest-for-a-focussed-activity/ (1) Hyogo-Funded Activity: Scoping workshop to enhance the action of APN developing country members on adaptation in the Asia-Pacific region
(2) Joint activity with UN-CECAR: Training course on adaptation planning and implementation in Asian-Pacific region
(3) Proposal Development Training Workshop(4) Formulation of draft multi-year programme on adaptation How to get involved? As potential PIs
As external reviewers
As young scientists More information: Website: www.apn-gcr.org
Email: info@apn-gcr.org

APN Secretariat
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Chuo-ku, Kobe 651-0073, Japan
Tel: +81-78-230-8017
Fax: +81-78-230-8018 THANK YOU! Key Partners
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