|Screen||Title and Download|
|STAP Screen - 5660||
Title: Sustainable Forest Management to Secure Multiple Benefits in High Conservation Value ForestsConsent, Multi-Focal Area, Pakistan, Pakistan
|STAP Screen - 5628||
Title: Promoting Production and Utilization of Biomethane from Agro-Waste in South-Eastern BotswanaBotswana, Botswana, Climate Change Adaptation, Climate Change Mitigation, Consent
|STAP Screen - 5604||
Title: Technology Transfer for Climate Resilient Flood Management in Vrbas River BasinBosnia-Herzegovina, Climate Change Adaptation, Climate Change Mitigation, Minor Revision Required
|STAP Screen - 5578||
Title: R2R Integrated Land and Agro-ecosystem Management SystemsMinor Revision Required, Multi-Focal Area, Tonga, Tonga
|STAP Screen - 5563||
Title: Algeria Energy Efficiency ProjectAlgeria, Algeria, Climate Change Adaptation, Climate Change Mitigation, Consent
|STAP Screen - 5561||
Title: Mainstreaming Integrated Water and Environment ManagementChina, China, Consent, International Waters
|STAP Screen - 5657||
Title: Conservation and Sustainable Management of Turkey's Steppe EcosystemsBiodiversity, Consent, Turkey, Turkey
|The STAP's Role in the Fifth GEF Assembly||
[T]he Fifth Assembly of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) was hosted by the Government of Mexico in Cancun during the last week of May, 2014. GEF Assemblies are held every four years, and are attended by representatives of all 183 GEF member countries. Through a combination of plenary and high-level panels, exhibits, side events and GEF project site visits, representatives are given the opportunity to assess and amend GEF policies, operations, and memberships. The STAP was heavily involved in the GEF Assembly through participation by the Chair and Panel Members in several side events and other meetings. The STAP Chairperson, Dr. Rosina Bierbaum, presented a report to the GEF Council on STAP's work programme, it's role in the GEF and next steps. For a copy of this presentation, click here. Dr. Bierbaum also gave a presentation to the GEF Assembly which, among other things, provided STAP's vision for GEF-6, including new areas for integration. For a copy of this presentation, click here.
From 24-25 May, the STAP Secretariat and Panel gathered for their bi-annual meeting. The objectives of the meeting were to discuss and reach agreement on the major program activities of the STAP in FY15 and GEF-6, and to review proposed changes to the STAP's contribution to the GEF Project Cycle. The first day of the meeting (24 May) was open to all Assembly participants, and featured presentations by the UNEP's Chief Scientist and the GEF Secretariat.
To see the meeting agenda, click here. Links to the background documents for the meeting are provided below:
STAP Report to the 46th Meeting of the GEF Council
The STAP Chairperson - Dr. Rosina Bierbaum - presented the STAP's Report to the 46th Meeting of the GEF Council on 26 May. The report highlights the STAP's work programme activities and products, summarizes a recent evaluation of the STAP that was conducted by the GEF's Evaluation Office (EO), and proposes operational changes to strengthen the efficiency and effectiveness of the STAP's contribution to the GEF's Project Cycle. To see the Chairperson's Report to Council, click here. To view the Chairperson's presentation, click here.
STAP Report to the 5th GEF Assembly
On 28 May, Dr. Bierbaum also presented directly to the Assembly plenary to highlight the major findings of a thematic Report to Assembly by the STAP. The presentation provided guidance for how the STAP can assist the GEF with:
Side Events at the Assembly
The STAP also facilitated three Side Events that were held on the margins of the Assembly. Click on the title of each event for a detailed description and programme:
To see a schedule of the STAP's involvement in the GEF Assembly and Associated Events, click here.
To see Logistics information for the GEF Assembly and Associated Events, click here.News and Updates
|STAP Screen - 5560||
Title: Forest Conservation and Sustainability in the Heart of the Colombian AmazonColombia, Colombia, Multi-Focal Area
|STAP Screen - 5559||
Title: Conservation of Big CatsBiodiversity, Russian Federation