The Collaborative Partnership on Sustainable Wildlife Management (CPW) held a side-event this week within the framework of the 25th Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA-25) in Nairobi, Kenya.
Held under the title “Advancing the sustainable wildlife management for people, nature and positive livelihood outcomes: Perspectives of the CPW,” the event detailed the past and future work of the CPW for those in attendance.
Among the significant outcomes was the launch of the new 2023-2025 CPW Work Plan, which aligns the collective conservation work of the CPW with the targets set out by multilateral environmental agreements, such as the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework.
The CPW is a voluntary partnership of 13 international organisations – including the CIC – with substantive mandates and programmes for the sustainable use and conservation of wildlife resources.
Based around five thematic objectives, the Work Plan looks to tackle different aspects of sustainable wildlife management through a multi-faceted approach.
For more information, we welcome you to view and share the graphic below which summarises the key elements of the CPW’s work and the 2023-2025 Work Plan (a PDF version can also be downloaded here).