EEM was retained by the CBG to conduct a Biodiversity Management System (BMS) to refine risks, to minimize them, to implement actions for a no net loss of biodiversity and to ensure effective and independent monitoring. This also implies involving all stakeholders and facilitating the participation of local populations and organizations through consultations. EEM’s strategy was for a BMS document produced gradually over the length of the BMS and reviewed by CBG and external reviewers gradually. This has allowed time for adjustments and changes. However, the end goal to produce a single freestanding report that included the updated assessment, the overall approach and implementation details was achieved within timeline in 2015. Read the case study.
17 October 2016