Bob Moseley Kawagebo

Information about Bob Moseley Kawagebo

Published on February 5, 2008

Author: Susann

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Slide1:  KAWAGEBO SNOW MOUNTAINS Sacred Natural Sites Case Study Vth World Parks Congress Durban, South Africa Bob Moseley – The Nature Conservancy China Program Sina Norbu – Kawagebo Culture Association Ma Jianzhong – The Nature Conservancy China Program Guo Jing – Yunnan Provincial Museum Slide2:  Introduce Kawagebo Snow Mountains spiritual physical biological Conservation Area Planning religious culture traditional ecological knowledge Kawagebo in global SNS context comparison with indicators from Kunming SWOT analysis Slide3:  Introduce Kawagebo Snow Mountains spiritual physical biological Conservation Area Planning religious culture traditional ecological knowledge Kawagebo in global SNS context comparison with indicators from Kunming SWOT analysis Slide4:  Introduce Kawagebo Snow Mountains spiritual physical biological Conservation Area Planning religious culture traditional ecological knowledge Kawagebo in global SNS context comparison with indicators from Kunming SWOT analysis Slide5:  Kawagebo Slide6:  Kawagebo Snow Mountains (Meili Snow Mountains) Slide7:  Sacred significance recognized throughout the Tibetan world Slide9:  Kawagebo Global Biodiversity Hotspot::  Global Biodiversity Hotspot: Conservation International - “Megadiversity” Country  Conservation International - Biodiversity “Hotspot”  BirdLife International - Endemic Bird Areas  University of Bonn – Center of Global Plant Diversity  WWF - Global 200 Ecoregion  WWF/IUCN - Center of Plant Diversity IUCN Species Survival Commission – Center of Conifer Diversity Slide11:  Design conservation area and conservation programs that sustain biodiversity and Tibetan culture Conservation Area Planning Slide12:  Design conservation area and conservation programs that sustain biodiversity and Tibetan culture importance of sacred landscapes historical patterns of land use and landscape change Conservation Area Planning Incorporating religious culture and traditional ecological knowledge into conservation area design and management Slide13:  Design conservation area and conservation programs that sustain biodiversity and Tibetan culture importance of sacred landscapes historical patterns of land use and landscape change Conservation Area Planning Incorporating religious culture and traditional ecological knowledge into conservation area design and management Slide14:  Design conservation area and conservation programs that sustain biodiversity and Tibetan culture importance of sacred landscapes historical patterns of land use and landscape change Conservation Area Planning Incorporating religious culture and traditional ecological knowledge into conservation area design and management Slide15:  Yubeng River Valley Sacred Geography Rare plants Ecosystems Slide16:  Sacred Geography – Buddhist Conservation Zoning System Pure Land Sacred Land No Hunting Open Land Slide17:  Pure Land Sacred Land No Hunting Open Land Sacred Geography – Buddhist Conservation Zoning System ri-vgag Slide18:  Mixed Coniferous-Deciduous Forest Pure Land Sacred Land No Hunting Open Land Sacred Geography – Forest Conservation Slide19:  Larch Forest Pure Land Sacred Land No Hunting Open Land Sacred Geography – Forest Conservation Slide20:  Sacred Geography – Nonforest Ecosystem Conservation Alpine/Subalpine Shrubland-Meadow Mosaic Pure Land Sacred Land No Hunting Open Land Slide21:  Historical ecology and traditional ecological knowledge Understand rates and patterns of ecosystem change under historical land uses Generate testable hypotheses about the sustainability of traditional land use practices Set realistic goals for conservation programs Establish reliable measures of conservation impact Slide22:  Historical ecology and traditional ecological knowledge Understand rates and patterns of ecosystem change under historical land uses Generate testable hypotheses about the sustainability of traditional land use practices Set realistic goals for conservation programs Establish reliable measures of conservation impact Slide23:  Ninong & Miancimu 1923 Slide24:  Ninong & Miancimu 1923 Slide25:  International Workshop   “The Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation” Yunnan, China – February 2003 Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Slide26:  International Workshop   “The Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation” Yunnan, China – February 2003 Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Slide27:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide28:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide29:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide30:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide31:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide32:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide33:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide34:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide35:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide36:  Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation Slide37:  Sacred Natural Sites SWOT Analysis Kunming, Yunnan, China -- February 2003 Slide38:  Sacred Natural Sites SWOT Analysis Kunming, Yunnan, China -- February 2003 Slide39:  Sacred Natural Sites SWOT Analysis Kunming, Yunnan, China -- February 2003 Slide40:  “Kawagebo is the glorious provider of nature, regarded as the god of the snow mountain and treasure land of biodiversity. Everybody is responsible to protect nature. If the natural balance is destroyed, humans will be punished by nature.”

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