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General 1.1 What is a wildlife hazard? 1.2 Historical background 1.3 Fundamentals of wildlife hazard management Chapter 2. (...) ✓ Is the “wildlife manager or coordinator” considered in the WHMP? (...) Are regular meetings held with them? ✓ Is the local wildlife committee effective? ✓ Is training on wildlife management given to personnel involved in wildlife management (at all different levels)?
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Score: 917026.9 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...on-GLobal%20perspective-EO.pdf
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Wildlife and protected area management English FAO Home Forestry Wildlife and protected area management About Wild meat Human-wildlife conflict Protected Areas Activities RESSOURCE Project SWM Programme IAPA Project Meetings and events Publications Multimedia Wildlife and protected area management send by email  Multimedia      Addressing human-wildlife conflict important to achieving SGD2: Zero Hunger Human-wildlife conflict threaten human life, livelihoods and wildlife around the world with significant negative impact on food security. (...) Remote communities in the region rely on fishing and hunting for food.  However, wildlife is under threat from deforestation, hunting and illegal trade in wildlife.  (...) How can we ensure a sustainable future for both people and wildlife? The Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme is working closely with communities and governments to improve food security and the conservation and sustainable use of wildlife.
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Score: 914269.8 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/wildlife/74208/en/
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PowerPoint Presentation WILDLIFE HAZARD MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME Regulatory Framework ▪ The Civil Aviation Act- Provides for land use around aerodromes. ▪ The Civil Aviation (Aerodromes) Regulations, 2019 ◦ Part VIII – Wildlife hazard management ▪ Transposed requirements from Annex 14, Volume 1 - Para 9.4, and ▪ Adopted some requirements from ICAO Doc 9137 Part 3 – Wildlife Hazard Management into the Regulations i.e ▪ Ecological study ▪ Wildlife Hazard Management Plan ▪ Establishment of National Committee on Wildlife Hazard Management Regulatory Framework ▪ Require aerodrome operator to conduct an ecological study when; ✓ an air carrier aircraft experiences multiple bird strike or engine ingestion; ✓ an air carrier aircraft experiences a damaging collision with wildlife other than birds; or ✓ wildlife of a size or in numbers capable of causing an event is observed to have access to any aerodrome flight pattern or movement area. (...) Submitted along the aerodrome manual during aerodrome certification Regulatory Framework ▪ Require establishment of National committee on wildlife hazard management responsible for; ✓ analysing wildlife hazard problems at aerodromes; ✓ carrying out research and development on wildlife hazard management; ✓ acting as an interface between the aerodrome operators and air operators; ✓ advising aerodrome operators on wildlife hazard management; and ✓ reviewing the effectiveness of the wildlife hazard management programmes at aerodromes. (...) National Committee on Wildlife Hazard Management ▪ In the process of inaugurating the National committee on wildlife since the wildlife hazard management activities are increasing. ▪ Currently the functions of the committee are being executed by the Wildlife hazard management committee of EIA.
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Score: 913776.3 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...d%20Management%20Programme.pdf
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Wildlife discussed at XIV World Forestry Congress in South Africa FAO.org english FAO Regional Office for Africa FAO in the region News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners Wildlife discussed at XIV World Forestry Congress in South Africa Need to reconcile human-wildlife conflicts exacerbated by climate change An elephant foraging in the Meru National Park, Kenya. Photo credit: ©FAO/Tony Karumba 9 September 2015, Durban – An increase in human-wildlife conflict is posing a major threat to sustainable wildlife management, delegates at a Wildlife Forum held during the XIV World Forestry Congress heard today. (...) The Forum heard that local communities adversely affected by wildlife species must engage in the process of developing a response to human-wildlife conflict for efforts to be successful.
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Score: 912154.9 - https://www.fao.org/africa/news/detail-news/en/c/327942/
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PowerPoint Presentation Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION Foday Bojang Senior Forestry Officer, FAO Secretary to the Commission African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION Introduction. • Document - FO:AFWC/2016/7.2 • Presents a synthesis of activities undertaken • Only 9 countries responded • All respondents implemented the recommendations. Respondents: • Burundi • Central African Republic • Ethiopia • Gambia • Guinea • Malawi • Namibia • South Africa • Togo 2 African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION COM: Encouraged members to adequately capture forestry and wildlife sector’s contribution in national accounts Measures:  Estimates available in some cases  Less accounting of NWFP  Contributions under review  Studies underway  Value of ecosystem services not captured  Working with national statistics agencies 3 African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION COM: Requested members to strengthen institutional and human capacity to support the implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on National Forests Monitoring at national local levels Measures:  Institutional arrangements  Capacity development on national forest monitoring  Policy reviews in progress  Participatory processes promoted 4 African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION COM: Invited members to support the XIV World Forestry Congress and encouraged the widest possible attendance and participation from all sectors within the Region Measures:  Participation in XIV  High (Ministerial) level representation  Publicity  Academia and partner participation 5 African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION Com: Encouraged members to involve local communities in planning and forest management allowing efforts to integrate forests and agricultural practices at landscape level. (...) UNCCD COMIFAC; etc. 8 African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION Com: Recommended that FAO and Members strengthen forestry communication at all levels in the continent to enhance public participation in forest and wildlife management and to increase their profile in the government systems Measures:  Websites for forestry information  Partnerships in communication  Forestry communication strategies developed  Established inter-agency committees to combat crime and increase visibility for forestry and wildlife  Inter-country information sharing  Forums and meetings with local communities 9 African Forestry and Wildlife Commission 20th Session, 1st - 5th February 2016, Nairobi, Kenya Sustainable Management of Forests and Wildlife in Africa: Enhancing Values, Benefits and Services MEASURES TAKEN BY MEMBERS TO IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 19th SESSION OF THE AFRICAN FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION Com: Invited members and observers to send their inputs to the preparations of the XIV World Forestry Congress, specifically to: a.
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Score: 911862 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...1d6b2fb527178e031ef160af4b.pdf
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In the context of wildlife management, the term ‘wildlife’ in this module focuses on terrestrial vertebrates in all biomes and geographic areas. (...) Wildlife can be used for subsistence, commerce or recreation. (...) Linkages between wildlife and forest management Linkages between wildlife and forest management Wildlife and forest management are not only compatible, but are intrinsically interconnected.
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Score: 911616.5 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...management/basic-knowledge/en/
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Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management English FAO Home Forestry CPW Home Background Partners Resources Bushmeat sourcebook Wildlife Forum 2015 Forum, 14th WFC 2018 Forum, CBD COP14 2021 Forum, OWN CPW Meetings Global wildlife events Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management send by email ©CIC Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW) is a voluntary partnership of 14 international organizations with substantive mandates and programmes to promote the sustainable use and conservation of wildlife resources. (...) What is Sustainable Wildlife Management? Sustainable wildlife management (SWM) involves the sound management of wildlife species in order to sustain their populations and habitat over time, taking account of the socioeconomic needs of human populations. To achieve this, landusers within wildlife habitat must be mindful of the impact of their activities on wildlife resources and habitat, and on other user groups.
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Score: 910388.1 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/wildlife-partnership/en/
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Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW). 2016. Factsheet 2: Sustainable wildlife management and wild meat. (...) Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW). 2016. Factsheet 4: Sustainable wildlife management and human-wildlife conflict. (...) The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. The Wildlife Society Technical Review 12-04.
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Score: 910179.9 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...anagement/further-learning/en/
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  © CITES Secretariat            Summary report of the Wildlife Forum: 9 September 2015     The first Wildlife Forum, organized by the  Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife  Management (CPW), was held as an official one  day special event during the fourteenth World  Forestry Congress (XIV WFC) in Durban, South  Africa, on 9 September 2015.  (...) Opening plenary   The community theatre group, Resource Africa,  kicked off the event at its opening plenary, with  a play depicting the many complexities in wildlife  management: hunting, wildlife crime, human– wildlife conflict, land tenure and governance,  some of the issues discussed during the day.  (...) The  fourth fact sheet, Sustainable Wildlife  Management and Human‐wildlife Conflict was  introduced by René Czudek, Forestry and  Wildlife Officer, FAO.  
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Score: 909696.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...dlife_Forum_summary_report.pdf
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FA—SDFSDKOF ASSEMBLY — 36TH SESSION TECHNICAL COMMISSION genda Item 30: Other safety matters EXPERIENCE OF CHINA'S STRENGT MANAGEMENT OF WILDLIFE AT AIRP RTS (Presented by China) A HENING ITS O EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This paper mainly introduces that in order to alleviate hazard of the strike of the wildlife to airports, China civil aviation strengthens the management and study of the hazard of the strike of the wildlife to airports, with its adoption of a series of measures. (...) A36-WP/219 TE/71 - 3 - 2.2 nagement of Wildlife a) wildlife management technologies and measures, identified suitable methods to conduct ecological survey of airports istribution and preventive measures. b) nologies and facilities for the management of the main wildlife at airports, provide qualitative and quantitative evaluation results, identify advantages orward suggestions accordingly. c) gement of wildlife at airports, environment control, ecological surveys and bird and mammal control. pertinent suggestions for the management of wildlife at airports can be put forward. d) ecessary for the management of wildlife at airports, and will lay the foundation for strengthening the training of personnel for the management of f these personnel in this regard. (...) They cover major knowledge n wildlife at airports, improving their work level and promoting the licensing o 2.3 The Accumulation and Sharing of the Experience in the Management of Wildlife 2.3.1 In order to bring the attention of airports to knowledge accumulation, manage wildlife at airports in a scientific manner, reinforce the research on the management of wildlife at airports, and collect, sort and share the experience of civil aviation in the management of wildlife, the Department of Airports of CAAC organized the activity of “Soliciting papers on the Management of Wildlife”.
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Score: 909672.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp219_en.pdf
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