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BIOPAMA It is believed that robust and equitable solutions to poaching and the illegal wildlife trade (IWT) crisis must support and include indigenous peoples and local communities, must be grounded in a local context and local evidence, and must be owned and driven by local people. Link --> https://www.peoplenotpoaching.org/
BIOPAMA IT has many 'TOOLS: THE REFERENCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS" Link --> https://www.biopama.org/
GOE GEO BON’s 2025 Vision Statement and Goals Mission: Improve the acquisition, coordination and delivery of biodiversity observations and related services to users including decision makers and the scientific community. Vision: A global biodiversity observation network that contributes to effective management policies for the world’s biodiversity and ecosystem services. Link --> https://geobon.org/
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IPBES The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) is the intergovernmental body which assesses the state of biodiversity and of the ecosystem services it provides to society, in response to requests from decision makers. Deliverable 4(b): Information and data management plan IPBES is requested to develop an information management plan, in close coordination with and building on current international initiatives. Assuring data and information used in the development of the Platform’s assessments is available beyond the initial assessment is critical for the future of the Platform’s activities. The catalogue of relevant assessments, and the catalogue of policy support tools and methodologies are components of an information management system. The implementation of this deliverable is guided and supported by the task force on knowledge and data. In decision IPBES-3/1, the Plenary approved the data and information management plan for 2015. IPBES-4 was presented with information on work on knowledge and data as part of the report of the Executive Secretary, including activities to be undertaken under the data and information management plan in 2016 (document IPBES/4/INF/7). In order to enhance its efforts, the task force on knowledge and data established in 2016 three task groups (sub-groups of the task force consisting of members of the task force and resource persons), on: indicators and data for IPBES assessments; the establishment of a web-based infrastructure in support of data and information management needs; and knowledge generation. Link --> https://www.ipbes.net
Koica Ethiopia Climate Change Project The Paris Agreement provides new opportunities for developing countries by realizing low carbon development. In this context, it is important to enhance the capacity of high education institutions such as universities in developing countries. In the case of Ethiopia, Wondo Genet College of Hawassa University has actively sought for opportunities to develop and strengthen its teaching and research capabilities to nurture future leaders in Ethiopia in the field of climate change policy and research. In this regard, KOICA has funded project on enhancing the capacity of Ethiopia focusing on forestry, which aims at providing cutting edge knowledge and research/teaching skills on forestry management, Article 6 and MRV issues of the Paris Agreement. The project is planned to be of three-year duration, from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2020. Yet, the website will remain as a sustainable knowledge network for climate change in forestry sector, walking along with the world towards sustainable development. Link --> http://www.climateforestry.org
GHG INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR ETHIOPIA IT DEALS ABOUT THE GHG INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR ETHIOPIA. Link --> http://196.188.95.50
Ethiopian Biodiversity Institute (EBI) Website It is about Ethiopian Biodiversity Institute Link --> https://www.ebi.gov.et
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Tropical Important Plant Areas (TIPAs) Identifying and mapping Tropical Important Plant Areas in seven countries Link --> https://www.kew.org/science/our-science/projects/tropical-important-plant-areas
Tree-Based Landscape Restoration Atlas of Ethiopia (version 0.0 ... Introduction Ethiopia has set a high bar for itself, and the world: in its development blueprint, the Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) Strategy, it aims to achieve middle-income status by 2025 while transitioning to a climate-resilient green economy. Protecting existing forest and promoting tree-based landscape restoration are central to these goals as trees contribute not only directly to economic development and higher living standards, but also to climate change mitigation and adaptation. Increasing the number of trees will also contribute to Ethiopia’s international commitments, including to the Sustainable Development Goals, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, and the African (AFR100) and global (Bonn Challenge and New York Declaration on Forests) restoration targets. While trees have played a significant role in many of Ethiopia's successful restoration initiatives, tree-based landscape restoration needs to be scaled up if Ethiopia is going to meet its ambitious goals. No single governmental or nongovernmental institution can singlehandedly scale up tree-based landscape restoration in agricultural, pastoral and forest landscapes to regain needed ecological functionality and achieve targeted standards of living across Ethiopia. Scaling up the restoration of degraded landscapes will require many state and non-state actors to act in concert. Version 0.0 of the National Tree-Based Landscape Restoration Potential and Priority Maps presented here constitutes a first step in coordinating Ethiopia’s large-scale restoration efforts. The maps aim to guide decision-makers as to where additional trees could benefit Ethiopian landscapes; which tree-based landscape restoration options could be implemented in these landscapes; and where to prioritize cross-sectoral implementation. The maps are the product of a cross-sectoral effort of national and regional experts led by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MEFCC). Link --> http://eth.restorationatlas.org/atlas
Restoration Restoration Commitment: 15 million hectares Year Committed: 2016 Link --> https://afr100.org/content/ethiopia
Ethiopia Open data for africa it is about open data Link --> http://ethiopia.opendataforafrica.org/
BIOPAMA it is about BIOPAMA Link --> https://rris.biopama.org
Global Invasive species data base The Global Invasive Species Database (GISD) aims to increase awareness about invasive alien species and to facilitate effective prevention and management activities. It is managed by the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) of the SSC- Species Survival Commission of the IUCN -International Union for Conservation of Nature. The GISD was developed as part of the global initiative on invasive species led by the Global Invasive Species Programme GISP and was/is supported through partnerships with the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII), Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research and the University of Auckland. The GISD focuses on invasive alien species that threaten native biodiversity and natural ecosystems and covers all taxonomic groups from micro-organisms to animals and plants in all ecosystems. Species information is either supplied by or reviewed by expert contributors from around the world. As the database is continually being populated with species information, please check back on a regular basis for updates. See the site index for more information. If you have questions or comments about the GISD, please contact Shyama Pagad. Prgram Officer of the ISSG. Link --> http://issg.org/database/species/distribution.
MadCrave About Us The MedCrave network is a collection of many perspectives and disciplines that come together to inform and inspire. We publish journals and eBooks of original research and case studies, think pieces, editorial essays, and more. Our expert Editorial Board members ensure that everything we publish goes through a comprehensive peer review process. At MedCrave, we are committed to making original scientific content freely available to researchers, journalists, and interested readers all around the world. All of our scientific and educational materials are part of the open access process and protected under a Creative Commons copyright license. We will never charge subscription fees or charge for access to anyone. Link --> https://medcraveonline.com/aboutus
EDDMapS Overview EDDMapS is a web-based mapping system for documenting invasive species distribution. It is fast, easy to use and doesn't require Geographic Information Systems experience. Launched in 2005 by the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health at the University of Georgia, it was originally designed as a tool for state Exotic Pest Plant Councils to develop more complete distribution data of invasive species. EDDMapS goal is to maximize the effectiveness and accessibility of the immense numbers of invasive species observations recorded each year. As of July 2019, EDDMapS has over 4.8 million records. Link --> https://www.eddmaps.org/report/index.cfm
Invasive Species Program Invasive Species Program Link --> https://www.usgs.gov/ecosystems/invasive-species-program/maps
Header Invasive Species Online Mapping Tool Welcome to the New Brunswick Invasive Plant Patrol (IPP) Online Mapping Tool Tips and Navigation: Find an invasive species? If you have an invasive species that you would like to report, check out our online form. You can view your additions in the "Reported Sightings" layer of our map. Link --> https://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer
Geospatial and Farming Systems Research Consortium Data Library We provide a variety of data for a selection of countries Link --> https://gfc.ucdavis.edu/data/eth/
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Tropical Important Plant Areas (TIPAs) Identifying and mapping Tropical Imp.ortant Plant Areas in seven countries Link --> https://www.kew.org/science/our-science/projects/tropical-important-plant-areas
Geospatial Lessons and Applications in Natural Resources Welcome to the Geospatial Training and Applications website! This website was created to provide training, resources and support in geospatial sciences for land managers, researchers, teachers and students in Ethiopia. As part of the Warner College of Natural Resources - Ethiopia Strategic Alliance, our goal is to provide web-based training opportunities for independent and self-paced learning that will foster sustainable management and conservation of Ethiopia's natural resources. The content of this website will focus on mapping tools and methods, particularly Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), satellite remote sensing, and geospatial modeling. Information will be presented in a variety of formats that include a series of training lessons, quick "how-to" guides, downloadable datasets and links to other informative websites. In some cases, we request website users to register and provide feedback on the information presented. This allows us to assess the information presented to ensure that we are developing the best educational materials to meet the needs of natural resource managers in Ethiopia. It is the responsibility of all website users to supply any hardware, software and equipment used in the training. Any use of trade, product or firm names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by Colorado State University or the project's supporters. All data and training content on this website is intended for educational purposes only. Link --> https://ethiopia-gis.nrel.colostate.edu/index.php
Ecohydrology Web Platform In the face of increasing climate instability, demographic growth and human migrations, and the emergence of new geopolitical centres, which will affect the global economy (including increase of food prices and intensified environmental impact), there is an urgent need to reverse degradation of water resources and stop further decline in biodiversity. Appreciation and optimization of ecosystem services for society along with enhancement of resilience of river basins to climatic and anthropogenic stress may greatly contribute to reach this goal. Link --> http://ecohydrology-ihp.org/demosites/view
Maproom NMA Map Room The climate and society maproom is a collection of maps and other figures that monitor climate and societal conditions at present and in the recent past. The maps and figures can be manipulated and are linked to the original data. Even if you are primarily interested in data rather than figures, this is a good place to see which datasets are particularly useful for monitoring current conditions. Link --> http://213.55.84.78:8082/maproom/Agriculture/Historical/Onset.html?region=bb%3A36.75%3A9.75%3A37%3A10%3Abb#tabs-4
Biodiversity and GIS standards The Access to Biological Collections Data (ABCD) Schema is an evolving comprehensive standard for the access to and exchange of data about specimens and observations (a.k.a. primary biodiversity data). The ABCD Schema attempts to be comprehensive and highly structured, supporting data from a wide variety of databases. It is compatible with several existing data standards. Parallel structures exist so that either (or both) atomised data and free-text can be accommodated. Sponsored by Biodiversity Information Standards TDWG - the Taxonomic Databases Working Group, the current specification was last modified in 2007. Link --> http://www.geocase.eu/efg
UNBiodiversity lab As we enter the fourth industrial revolution, technology is revolutionizing our ability to map nature. Satellite data provide a bird’s eye, yet incredibly detailed view of the Earth’s surface in real-time, while drones and mobile apps enable local communities and indigenous peoples to map their knowledge of local ecosystems. Spatial data empowers governments to make well-informed decisions to ensure that nature is not left behind in the information age. Through a partnership between the UNDP and UN Environment, the UN Biodiversity Lab will work closely with national governments to provide every country with the best available spatial data to make informed conservation decisions. Link --> https://www.unbiodiversitylab.org/
Norway Mapping Authority The Norwegian Mapping Authority (Kartverket) bears nationwide responsibility for geographical information, operates the national property registry and undertakes all property registration in Norway. Link --> http://www.un-spider.org/news-and-events/news/new-un-report-geospatial-data-decision-making
Conservation leader ship programme CLP is a partnership of three of the world’s leading biodiversity conservation organisations. Drawing upon the expertise of conservation professionals from across the globe, we direct project funding and training to early career leaders from developing countries who are tackling priority conservation challenges. For 30 years we have been providing important career stepping stones to over 2,500 individuals who now form an extensive global network of conservation practitioners. Link --> http://www.conservationleadershipprogramme.org
GeoSolutions ABOUT US GeoSolutions is specialized in the processing and dissemination of raster and vector geospatial data with Open Source software according to the standards created by the Open GeoSpatial Consortium (OGC) and the ISO Technical Committee 211, which provide the base building blocks for the INSPIRE regulations. The GeoSolutions team is composed by renowned international professionals with leading roles in some of the main Open Source products for the geospatial field like GeoServer, GeoNetwork, MapStore and GeoNode for which GeoSolutions provides Enterprise Support Services. GeoSolutions counts among its customers more than 170 major national and international government agencies as well as private companies worldwide. GeoSolutions is an OGC Member since 2016 and USGIF member since 2019. Link --> https://www.geosolutionsgroup.com/
unitar UNITAR AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Link --> https://www.unitar.org/maps/countries/32
Marxan Marxan Web is a decision-support platform for doing Systematic Conservation Planning over the web and for sharing the results amongst stakeholders and the conservation community. It builds upon the existing Marxan software and offers the following new features and benefits: Streamlined access to spatial data layers from our partners (in development) Training and demonstration tutorials (in development) Built in geoprocessing and file construction Improved mapping and visualization capabilities Sharing and learning with other users For more information about migrating from the existing version of Marxan see the Migration Guide Link --> https://andrewcottam.github.io/marxan-web/documentation/docs_user.html#uploading-spatial-data-to-mapbox
Ethiopia Geo-spatial Agency It is about Ethiopia Geo-spatial Agency . Also visit the : https://www.geospatialworld.net/news/ethiopian-parliament-re-establishes-ethiopian-mapping-agency/ link. Link --> https://www.geospatialworld.net/videos/enabling-public-policy-infrastructure-ethiopian-geospatial-information-institute/
Donors It is about donors information Link --> https://www.biodiversityfinance.net
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