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Our cultures and traditions are deeply entrenched in every Papua New Guinean, in our families, our homes and basically in our way of life. Our cultures and traditions are also preserved and kept alive through our arts, paintings, sculptures, carvings, dances and songs, folklores, architecture and literature. In fact, our cultures and traditions apply in all aspects of our lives. Culture is the very essence of our existence - it reflects our history, language, tradition and our beliefs.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

Download from IUCN www.iucnredlist.org on 2nd of April 2019

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

PNG's forest cover loss 2000-2017 downloaded from [www.globalforestwatch.org](https://www.globalforestwatch.org/)

From 2001 to 2017, Papua New Guinea lost 1.28Mha of tree cover, equivalent to a 3.0% decrease since 2000, and 158Mt of CO₂ of emissions.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

Research papers on rural development and poverty in PNG as part of the Asia-Pacific Viewpoint Journal Volume 46.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

Aim of the United Nations Development framework is to ‘Support Papua New Guinea’s national development strategies for achieving sustainable human development and poverty reduction through equality and participation and the sustainable use of the country’s natural resources while ensuring environmental conservation’

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity is an international agreement which aims to ensure the safe handling, transport and use of living modified organisms (LMOs) resulting from modern biotechnology that may have adverse effects on biological diversity, taking also into account risks to human health.

Papua New Guinea is a party to the Cartagena Protocol and this is the first national report on the country's implementation of the protocol.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

Draft 3 (13/6/8) Independent State of Papua New Guinea 2008 A bill for the "Papua New Guinea Institute of Biodiversity Act 2008"

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,   National Fisheries Authority of Papua New Guinea ,  PNG Forestry Authority,  PNG Department of Agriculture and Livestock,  Climate Change and Development Authority in PNG

Biodiversity Conservation of terrestrial and amrine ecosystems

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 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

Biodiversity conservation

 PNG Department of Education

Our cultures and traditions are deeply entrenched in every Papua New Guinean, in our families, our homes and basically in our way of life. Our cultures and traditions are also preserved and kept alive through our arts, paintings, sculptures, carvings, dances and songs, folklores, architecture and literature. In fact, our cultures and traditions apply in all aspects of our lives. Culture is the very essence of our existence - it reflects our history, language, tradition and our beliefs.

Obtained from data downloaded from www.iucn.redlist.org using data filtering ( extinct, critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable)

PNG forest cover loss at 30% tree cover sourced from www.globalforestwatch.org

This report arises from the Final Evaluation Mission for the Programme. The evaluation has reported according to a format specific to GEF requirements for an assessment to the completion of the Programme. There is an active dialogue in PNG about what might come after the completion of the pilot Programme, building on the foundations which it has laid for strengthened biodiversity conservation. In particular, there is a keen interest in the future for the communities and biodiversity values of the two areas in which ICAD processes were initiated.

This report arises from the Final Evaluation Mission for the Programme. The evaluation has reported according to a format specific to GEF requirements for an assessment to the completion of the Programme. There is an active dialogue in PNG about what might come after the completion of the pilot Programme, building on the foundations which it has laid for strengthened biodiversity conservation. In particular, there is a keen interest in the future for the communities and biodiversity values of the two areas in which ICAD processes were initiated.

The objectives of this Act are–
(a) to protect the environment and conserve biological diversity; and
(b) to ensure that proper weight is given to both the long-term and short-term
social, economic, environmental and equity considerations in deciding all
matters relating to access to, use and management of the country’s unique
biological resources; and
(c) to protect and sustain the potential of biological and physical resources
against threats posed by bio-piracy and other related illegal activities to

13 paged paper which argues that poverty in PNG is significantly located in the most isolated and environmentally disadvantaged parts of rural PNG, where development has not occurred to any extent and where a number of severe constraints make it unlikely to occur.

Framework designed in Port Moresby in June 2002. Outlines rationale, goals and objectives, cooperation strategies to assist the UNDAF, implementation, monitoring,review and Programme Resources Framework to assist PNG