The Pacific Biodiversity and Sustainable Land-Seascapes (Pacific BioScapes) Programme contributes to the sustainable development of Pacific SIDS by supporting and improving the management and sustainable use of marine and coastal resources. It provides an opportunity to address critical issues concerning coastal and marine biodiversity, and ecosystem-based responses to climate change adaptation. The programme applies ridge-to-reef and other management approaches to take into account both marine and terrestrial environments and to contribute to addressing barriers to effective conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. In total, there are 30 activities ("projects") to be funded by the programme, either in-country across 11 target countries, or (sub)regionally.

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Pacific BioScapes

Key Result Area (KRA) 1: to strengthen capacities of Pacific countries to effectively manage coastal and marine biodiversity and
enhance resilience to climate change.
Key Result Area (KRA) 2: to support regional, national and local efforts to assess, conserve, protect, manage and sustainably use marine and terrestrial biodiversity.

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