PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet collaborates with a growing number of like-minded initiatives and organisations to create synergies in our efforts to promote solutions for people and nature.

 

These are our current collaborators (this list is still being completed, with new collaborators being added):

BES-Net

About

The Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Network (BES-Net) is a capacity building network that promotes dialogue between science, policy and practice. It is hosted by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and implemented through partnerships with the Norwegian Environment Agency, SwedBio at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, and Germany's Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB).

 

Nature of collaboration

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet is a network partner of  BES-Net, and collaborates in the exchange and cross-promotion of successful case studies. PANORAMA solution providers are encouraged to register in Bes-Net’s expert roster.

ENVISION

About
The ENVISION project (2019-2022), funded by BiodivERsa, EU Horizon 2020 and the Belmont Forum and implemented by IUCN, will help to advance in the definition of the concept of “inclusive conservation”. ENVISION aims to develop new visions regarding social and ecological consequences on Protected Areas. The project will provide insights on success factors in achieving conservation that benefits both nature and people, in NATURA 2000 sites but also beyond.


Nature of collaboration
PANORAMA is a central part of the project communications and outreach plan: Success factors from the four protected areas (three in Europe, one in North America) that participate in the project will be documented as “solution” case studies, and shared through the PANORAMA web platform and other channels. Webinars and fact sheets will further promote these solutions and enable dialogue on the insights they provide.

Foundations of Success (for Conservation Measures Partnership)

About

The Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) is a joint venture of conservation NGOs and other collaborators.

CMP’s mission is to improve the practice of biodiversity conservation by developing and promoting common standards and an auditing mechanism for the process of conservation and measuring conservation impact.

 

Nature of collaboration

The categories and their definitions which are used for solutions and building blocks in PANORAMA were adapted and improved, based on CMP’s standard Classification of Conservation Actions and Threats.

 

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Localizing the SDGs

About

Localizing the SDGs is an initiative curated by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Habitat and the Global Taskforce of Local and Regional Governments. On its website it provides a toolbox with practical, adaptable mechanisms and instruments, which address various development challenges. The resources empower local actors and help them channel global goals into local actions.

 

Nature of collaboration

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet is highlighted as resource for case studies and experiences in the Localizing the SDGs library. PANORAMA solution providers are actively encouraged to contribute their experiences to the Localizing the SDGs platform.

#NatureForAll

About

#NatureForAll is a global movement to inspire love of nature. The movement is a growing IUCN-led global coalition of partner organisations who represent a variety of sectors. #NatureForAll aims to build support and action for nature conservation among people from all walks of life by raising awareness and facilitating experiences and connections with the natural world.


Nature of Collaboration
Together, #NatureForAll and PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet share new and expanded approaches to facilitate connections with nature which will broaden support and action for conservation among people from all walks of life.

Natureforpeople.org

About

Natureforpeople.org (N4P) is a platform that gathers and promotes examples of best practices in the Western Balkans region from which benefits have both nature and people. It is hosted by WWF Adria, while partners on the platform vary from local families with traditional practices to international aid organisations.

 

Nature of collaboration

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet is a network partner of natureforpeople.org and collaborates in the exchange and cross-promotion of best practices from the Western Balkans. 

Oppla

About

Oppla is a knowledge marketplace that brings together the latest thinking on ecosystem services, natural capital and nature-based solutions. It is supported by the European Commission under the Environment (including climate change) Theme of the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technical Development.

 

Nature of collaboration

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet is featured in Oppla’s marketplace.  Oppla promotes PANORAMA news through its communication channels. Harmonization of the respective case study formats is being explored.

SDSN Youth

About

As part of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) SDSN Youth educates young people about the challenges of sustainable development and creates platforms for young people to connect, collaborate and integrate their ideas and perspectives into national and regional pathways for implementation of the SDGs at local, national and global scales.

 

Nature of collaboration

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet was an official partner in SDSN Youth’s  1st Youth Solutions Report and has been actively involved in the selection of solutions featured in this report. Further joint activities to date include a side event promoting youth-led solutions at the UN High-Level Political Forum 2017.

World Future Council

About

The World Future Council consists of 50 eminent global change-makers from governments, parliaments, civil society, academia, the arts and business. We work to pass on a healthy planet and just societies to our children and grandchildren with a focus on identifying and spreading effective, future-just policy solutions. The World Future Council was launched in 2007 by Jakob von Uexkull, Founder of the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’. It operates as an independent foundation under German law and finances its activities from donations.

 

Nature of collaboration

PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet features policy solutions that the World Future Council Foundation identified and awarded with its unique Future Policy Award, the first international prize celebrating laws and policies that create better living conditions for current and future generations.