Strategy and policy documents, Reports and Books
The Honolulu Strategy: A Global Framework for Prevention and Management of Marine Debris
United Nations Environment Programme
The Honolulu Strategy is a framework for a comprehensive and global collaborative effort to reduce the ecological, human health, and economic impacts of marine debris worldwide. This framework is organized by a set of goals and strategies applicable all over the world, regardless of specific conditions or challenges.
Strategy and policy documents
GEF Initial Biosafety Strategy
Global Environment Facility Secretariat
The main objectives of this initial strategy are to: a) assist countries in the establishment of national biosafety frameworks, b) promote information sharing and collaboration, especially at the regional and subregional level, and c) promote collaboration with other organizations to assist capacity-building for the Protocol. The proposed activities that contribute to the achievement of the objectives are: a) a project to assist in establishing national biosafety frameworks in interested countries signatory to the Protocol; b) a limited number of demonstration projects to assist in implementing the national biosafety frameworks; c) coordination with other organizations to provide biosafety-related assistance; d) when timely, support for countries to participate in the biosafety clearing-house; and e) enhancement of the scientific and technical advice to the GEF on biosafety issues.
Download: GEFInitial_strategy on Biosafety.pdf