SAVE THE DATE - ONLINE MEETING

In the past months, we've been working on a mapping of island networks and organisations that focus on environmental or island heritage protection. This initiative aims to identify island networks and organisations that work at least on more than one island at a national level.  We have started conducting a series of online meetings to start answering the need to know who does what and where, in order to identify geographical or thematical gaps of such organisms, to encourage new partnerships, ultimately offering better answers to islands’ needs.

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After a first session focused on Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas, this second session focused on Asia and the Pacific.

This event was organised in partnership with the Global Island Partnership (GLISPA), sponsored by the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) and supported by the Conservatoire du littoral, Green Cross France et Territoires, Island Conservation, Initiative PIM pour les Petites Iles de Méditerranée, and Precovery Labs. It took place under the umbrella of ICO solutions.

 

Discover the 9 panelists of this session:

AmandaW 

Amanda Wheatley is the Biodiversity Adviser at the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP). Amanda is Australian, but have lived in Samoa for the past seven years working for SPREP as the Biodiversity Adviser. Her work focusses on supporting the Pacific Island country and territories to meet their national, regional and global commitments related to biodiversity and nature conservation including the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).  The past few years have focussed on leading preparations for the 10th Pacific Islands Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected Areas, and associated products including the new Pacific Islands Framework for Nature Conservation and Protected Areas which will guide activities within the region beyond 2020.

 GeraldineD

Geraldine Datuin is Micronesia Challenge Regional Coordinator. She has experience with working in the Executive Branch government of Guam as a policy analyst, the Guam Department of Agriculture as a Forestry Aide and Agricultural Management Technician, and most recently was a recipient of the prestigious U.S.-U.K. 2017-2018 Fulbright Award, equivalent to the amount $50,000 towards a Master of Science Program in Conservation and Biodiversity, funded by the U.S. Department of Education. She has international experience, working with communities and doing fieldwork based in Bali, Guam, England, Africa, the Philippines.

 VictoriaK

Dr Victoria Kreener is a Research Fellow East-West Center, the Lead Principal Investigator of the NOAA Pacific Regional Integrated Sciences & Assessments program. She also is the Lead Author of the Hawaii and US-Affiliated Pacific Islands chapter of the 4th US National Climate Assessment. Dr. Keener also serves as one of five members of the City and County of Honolulu Climate Commission. She earned a PhD in Agricultural & Biological Engineering from the University of Florida, and specializes in interdisciplinary hydrology and applied climatological research. 

 WillyK

Willy Kotska is the Executive Director of the Micronesia Conservation Trust. He is co-founder of and over twenty years in senior executive positions with both the Conservation Society of Pohnpei (CSP) and the Micronesia Conservation Trust (MCT). Extensive experience in non-profit management, conservation financing and endowments, organizational capacity development and mentoring, fund raising, conservation, strategic planning, community empowerment, and government relations. Recipient of the Pew Marine Fellowship, the world’s most prestigious marine conservation fellowship.

GreggHowald

Gregg Howald is Director of Global Conservation Initiatives Advanced Conservation Strategies (ACS). Gregg is an expert in the field of insular ecosystems and island restoration, with 25 years of experience, including the eradication of invasive species from more than 75 islands in 8 countries. Until August 2020, Gregg served as Island Conservation’s Director of Global and External Affairs. With a diverse technical background, grounded in ecotoxicology, he has evolved into conservation diplomacy and is a key member of highly controversial projects and public engagement processes where he supports communication of risks and benefits of projects to inform values‐based decisions including regulatory compliance processes, the media, rightsholders, and the public. Gregg is currently working in networks of ultilateral/transboundary public-private partnerships with industry, government, scientists, and NGOs working together under national and international policy frameworks that are focused on island restoration programs, and now with the iNGO FreshWater Life, with a goal to increase the scale, scope, and pace of the eradication of invasive species from insular ecosystems to benefit people and biodiversity.  

 YokoW

Yoko Watanabe is Global Manager of the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP) at UN Development Programme (UNDP)She has over 25 years of professional experience working on biodiversity, natural resources management, and international development.  She directs the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP) at UN Development Programme (UNDP) as its Global Manager.  Prior to joining the SGP, Yoko worked at the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and held various key positions, including Heads of Asia Program and Gender/Social Inclusion Team.  She also served as Program Manager on biodiversity, and passionate about saving endangered species and places with local communities. Yoko also worked at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), as its Conservation Director at the Mongolia Country Office and later as a Senior Advisor on Multilateral Relations at the US Office.  She started her development and environment career in 1995 at the Japan International Cooperation Agency and later at UNDP as Environment Program Officer at Nepal and Mongolia Offices.  

Yoko is a Japanese citizen and holds a master's degree in International Development with a focus on Environment and Natural Resources Management.   For her undergraduate, she studied Environmental Studies and Development Economics in Tokyo. 

 JasonD

Jason Donofrio is External Relations Officer at The Ocean Foundation. As the External Relations Officer at The Ocean Foundation, Jason handles community and corporate partnerships, as well as donor and media relations. Through his work with both funders and community members, Jason works to help execute the organization’s programmatic initiatives aimed at helping communities become more resilient to the growing effects of climate change, and wherever possible - to lead the way on taking action to reduce our global footprint. Prior to his role at The Ocean Foundation, Jason worked to help save the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in his hometown in Arizona, launching a Development department that achieved a multimillion dollar campaign to ensure the School could meet its operating needs and continue its historic 89 year-old existence.  That school, along with a combination of other Frank Lloyd Wright sites based on sustainable development, was just recently named as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Jason has spent the past decade working to build capacity for environmental and social nonprofit organizations in Arizona, Colorado, Vermont, Maryland and Washington D.C., and holds a Bachelors in Cultural Anthropology from Arizona State University. 

JoAppiott

Joseph (Joe) Appiott is the Coordinator for marine, coastal and island biodiversity at the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Secretariat. In this capacity, he coordinates work under the CBD to facilitate the implementation of the programmes of work on island biodiversity and on marine and coastal biodiversity. Joe joined the CBD Secretariat in 2013, with previous work and academic research (M.S. and PhD) focused on international relations and ocean policy.

 CelesteC

Celeste Connors is the Executive Director of the Hawai'i Green Growth Local2030 Hub. She has twenty years of experience working at the intersection of economic, environment, energy, and international development policy. Before joining Hawai‘i Green Growth, she was CEO and co-founder of cdots development LLC, which works to build resilient infrastructure systems and services in vulnerable communities. Celeste previously served as the Director for Environment and Climate Change at the National Security Council and National Economic Council in the White House where she helped shape the Administration’s climate and energy policies, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Prior to joining the White House, Celeste served as a diplomat in Saudi Arabia, Greece, and Germany. She also held positions at the U.S. Mission to the UN, served as the Climate and Energy Advisor to the Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, and worked for City of New York.


Celeste is a Senior Adjunct Fellow at the East-West Center and was a faculty member at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in the Energy, Resources and Environment Program. She holds an MSc in Development Studies from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and a BA in International Relations from Tufts University. Celeste has served on numerous boards including her current service on Hawaiian Electric Industries, the Global Island Partnership (GLISPA), the Institute for Sustainability and Resilience at the University of Hawaii and Icebreaker One. She previously served on the Board of America’s Service Commissions, the IUCN World Conservation Congress National Host Committee, and was a Term Member on the Council on Foreign Relations.

 

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WORLD ISLAND NETWORKS ONLINE MEETING

In the past few months, we've been working on a mapping of island networks and organisations that focus on environmental or island heritage protection. This initiative aims to identify island networks and organisations that work at least on more than one island at a national level. We will now conduct a series of online meetings to start answering the need to know who does what and where, in order to identify geographical or thematical gaps of such organisms, to encourage new partnerships, ultimately offering better answers to islands’ needs.

This first session, in English, focused on Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas, and took place on Thursday November 19, 2020 at 2 pm UTC. The recording is available on SMILO Youtube channel.

This event was organised in partnership with the Global Island Partnership (GLISPA), sponsored by the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) and supported by the Conservatoire du littoralGreen Cross France et TerritoiresIsland ConservationInitiative PIM pour les Petites Iles de Méditerranée, and Precovery Labs. It took place under the umbrella of ICO solutions.

Discover the 7 speakers of this session:

GodfreyBaldacchino

Godfrey Baldacchino is Professor of sociology at the University of Malta (Malta), founding editor of Island Studies Journal; and President of the International Small Islands Studies Association (ISISA).

 

EricaClarkson

Erica Clarkson is Head of Rural and Islands Policy and Communities for the Scottish Government. Erica is responsible for the implementation of the 2018 Islands Act and oversees the implementation of the National Islands Plan. In 2019, Erica oversaw an extensive consultation exercise to inform the development of the "National Islands Plan" which was published last December and has spoken at numerous seminars and conferences on Scottish Islands policy development. Prior to this, Erica was the Chief Executive of the Judicial Appointments Council for Scotland, and was previously the Director of Children's Education and Play for the Scottish Government. Erica is herself originally from the islands and lives and works in Orkney.

FedericoMendez

Federico Alfonso Méndez Sánchez is the General Director of the NGO Grupo de Ecología y Conservación de Islas (GECI). Federico is an oceanologist from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (2005), where he also studied a Specialty in Environmental Management (2007) with a focus on natural resource management. He completed his Master of Science in Environmental Management at the University of Auckland in New Zealand (2011-2013). He is currently pursuing a PhD in Sciences in the Use, Management and Preservation of Natural Resources at the Northwest Biological Research Center, S. C. (CIBNOR). He is part of the Grupo de Ecología y Conservación de Islas, A. C., (GECI) since August 2007, where he has worked as a Field Biologist, Coordinator, and Project Director. He actively participated in the creation and management of the Pacific Islands Biosphere Reserve on the Baja California Peninsula and the Revillagigedo National Park, including the inclusion of the latter on the World Heritage List in 2016. 

YabanexBatista

Yabanex Batista is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF). He oversees operations and development of new initiatives at the Caribbean Biodiversity Fund. With over 20 years of experience, he has focused his career on international financing institutions and sustainable financing for conservation and development, government relations and policy, and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs). He has extensive experience on environmental negotiations, the establishment of conservation trust funds and other financial mechanisms, fundraising and resources mobilization, and climate change adaptation and mitigation in Small Islands Developing States (SIDS), Latin America and the Caribbean, and Africa.
Prior to joining the CBF, he worked for GITEC/GIZ (German Government Technical Cooperation Agency) in Mexico, The Nature Conservancy’s International Government Relations Department and Europe Office, the World Bank-GEF Unit, the United States Geological Survey, and IPAM (Amazon Environmental Research Institute) in Brazil. He holds an MA in International Relations and Environmental Policy from Boston University.

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Born near Tambacounda, Marie-Suzanna Traoré grew up in rural Senegal. Her parents and grandparents were farmers, and survival meant respecting Mother Earth – an experience that shaped her life. After studying biology and environmental science at Dakar University, Marie Suzanna fought for more sustainable agriculture and safer chemicals with Africare and Pesticide Action Network. But with change not coming fast enough, she became an oceans campaigner with Greenpeace. Since 2016 she is the Secretary General of West Africa’s Marine Protected Areas Network (RAMPAO).

JoAppiott

Joseph (Joe) Appiott is the Coordinator for marine, coastal and island biodiversity at the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Secretariat. In this capacity, he coordinates work under the CBD to facilitate the implementation of the programmes of work on island biodiversity and on marine and coastal biodiversity. Joe joined the CBD Secretariat in 2013, with previous work and academic research (M.S. and PhD) focused on international relations and ocean policy.

 

GreggHowald

 

Gregg Howald works as Director, Global Conservation Initiatives with Advanced Conservation Strategies (ACS). He is an expert in the field of insular ecosystems and island restoration, with 25 years of experience, including the eradication of invasive species from more than 75 islands in 8 countries. Until August 2020, Gregg served as Island Conservation’s Director of Global and External Affairs. With a diverse technical background, grounded in ecotoxicology, he has evolved into conservation diplomacy and is a key member of highly controversial projects and public engagement processes where he supports communication of risks and benefits of projects to inform values‐based decisions including regulatory compliance processes, the media, rightsholders, and the public. Gregg is currently working in networks of ultilateral/transboundary public-private partnerships with industry, government, scientists, and NGOs working together under national and international policy frameworks that are focused on island restoration programs, and now with the international NGO FreshWater Life, with a goal to increase the scale, scope, and pace of the eradication of invasive species from insular ecosystems to benefit people and biodiversity. 

Constance CORBIER

Agricultural engineer, Constance Corbier-Barthaux first worked for various development aid organisations, including the Food and Agricutlure Organisation (FAO), and then as a representative for International Affairs at the French Ministry of the Environment. She joined the French Development Agency (AFD) in 2000 and participated, as a project officer, in the development of the portfolio of development projects based on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and then, as an evaluator in charge of this theme, in the evaluations and capitalization of the AFD's environmental projects. Late 2014, she joined the Secretariat of the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) as Project Officer in charge of conservation and sustainable use of marine and terrestrial biodiversity projects and capacity-building initiatives for civil society organizations "of the South" working on the environment and sustainable development, commonly known as the "Small-scales Initiatives" Program (PPI). Constance Corbier-Barthaux is in charge of monitoring SMILO's project supported by the FFEM.

 

 
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SMILO is launching its new call for proposals: Grants for Small Islands Solutions (GSIS) thanks to the support of the French Facility for the Global Environment (Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial)!

This call aims to strengthen our support to small islands representatives and local associations, and more broadly the action of the civil society in Senegal, Cabo Verde, Tunisia, Sao-Tome & Principe, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and Madagascar. It will also allow SMILO to discover and support stakeholders from islands that are not already part of its network. We strongly believe that they have the potential to create inspiring initiatives that will contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, and which are therefore worth being promoted to other islands, on a larger scale.  

Egilibility conditions and further details can be found in the description note.

Candidates must submit their application to SMILO before June 30, 2020 at 4pm (CET).

The funding agreement is available in French as a reference document. Its translation in English will be available shortly. 

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In this unprecedented context of global health crisis, it is important for us to give to islands worldwide the opportunity to share their experience in facing Covid-19. This situation also reminds us all of the need to exchange ideas on current and future solutions in response to environmental issues that we all face and which the pandemic has reminded us of. 

For all these reasons, the Conservatoire du littoral, SMILO and the PIM initiative are once again joining forces to organise the 7th virtual edition of the international event CELEBRATE ISLANDS. It will take place from June 1 to 7, 2020.

CELEBRATE ISLANDS 2020 - Virtual edition

In light of the ongoing global health crisis which now requires everyone to take appropriate measures, the 7th edition will be entirely virtual. By giving the floor to the islands, CELEBRATE ISLANDS wishes to highlight their experiences in facing the pandemic, as well as their current and future solutions in response to environmental challenges.

Fostered by climate changes and resulting in part from the destruction of our ecosystems, this crisis underlines the importance of taking action to sustainably preserve our biodiversity and resources. Islands appear to be, more than ever, true pioneer sites: their innovations and experiments could be replicated over time on the continents and other isolated areas. Each year, islanders from archipelagos from all around the world come together to act for the preservation of their territory and heritage, and to encourage inhabitants and visitors to get involved in its preservation.

To celebrate our islands in 2020, we therefore call on all the islands for a virtual mobilisation, through short videos presenting the islands, their richness and solutions. CELEBRATE ISLANDS wishes to provide positive information in these difficult times, and to bring together islands’ stakeholders. A series of webinars will be organised during the whole week, in different languages, dedicated to the current and future issues that are specific to islands.

Tuesday 2 June  - 10 am - Spanish session

Tuesday 2 June  - 4 pm - Portuguese session

Wednesday 3 June - 11 am - Arab session

Wednesday 3 June  - 4 pm - English session

Thursday 4 June  - 10 am - Croatian session

Thursday 4 June - 2 pm - Italian session

Friday 5 June - 10 am - French session

The conclusions of the webinars of Celebrate Islands 2020 are now availabe!

Download it by clicking here.

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CELEBRATE ISLANDS, SEVEN EDITIONS ALREADY!

1st Edition / 2014 Island biodiversity

2nd Edition / 2015 Islands sustainable development

3rd Edition / 2016 Small islands, pioner sites

4th Edition / 2017 Sustainable tourism

5th Edition / 2018 Water resources

6th Edition / 2019 History

7th Edition / 2020 Our solutions are on islands

 

CELEBRATE ISLANDS is an annual event co-organised by the Conservatoire du Littoral and the associations PIM and SMILO since 2014, which aims to highlight at the international level positive actions carried out by small islands. This initiative aims to jointly promote the measures that protect islands as well as the richness of these extraordinary territories and the necessity to protect them.

MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS: LABORATORIES FOR SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS?

SMILO joins forces with the French Embassy in Croatia and the county of Šibenik-Knin to organise a conference on waste management on Mediterranean islands on September 26, 2019 in Šibenik (Croatia).

The goal of this meeting is to present the specific challenges of islands in marine pollution and plastic waste management, and to highlight their significant potential for testing and developing innovative solutions to reduce and recycle waste.

Islands can help speed up the process to transition to a circular economy.

Beyond further encouraging to pursue the Franco-Croatian dialogue, this event will also contribute to a more integrated collaboration among Croatian authorities for the sustainable development of small islands.

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Small Islands Organisation (SMILO) has organised its third Annual Meeting on the island of Porquerolles (France) from October 14 to 18, 2019!

Representatives from small islands of our network, institutional and financial partners, and field experts from all over the world will gathered during this four-day event for international meetings and technical workshops. This event was co-organised with the French Coastal Management Agency, the National Park of Port-Cros and the French Town of Hyères les Palmiers.

Major events took place during the conference, including:

  • SMILO General Assembly;

  • Partners Meeting of ISOS Project Isole Sostenibili, supported by the European programme INTERREG MARITIMO France-Italy, for the final conclusions of the four technical workshops Heritage, Water, Waste and Renewable Energies;

  • Meeting of SMILO Assessment Committee for the intermediary assessment of 6 islands, candidates to the "Label in Progress": Tavolara (Italy), Bolama (Guinea-Bissau), Saint-Honorat (France), Sainte-Marguerite (France),  Porquerolles (France), and Zlarin (Croatia);

  • Technical Workshop for the preparation of the White Papers "Energy, Water and Waste Flows Management" and "Heritage";

  • "Islands Pop-Up Session", during which SMILO pilot islands will present their ongoing operations and projects;

  • Field trip on Porquerolles Island;

  • Closing dinner and SMILO Award Ceremony, during which all the 6 islands received the Label in Progress, as well as Sectorial Awards:

                  TAVOLARA: Waste, Biodiversity, Energy and Landscapes

                  ZLARIN: Waste

                  SAINT-HONORAT: Waste and Landscapes

                  SAINTE-MARGUERITE: Biodiversity and Landscapes

                  PORQUEROLLES: Biodiversity and Landscapes

         

 

 

 

 

Facebookcover Celebrateislands2019SMILO, PIM Initiative and the Conservatoire du littoral renew their engagement in 2019 to the celebration of small islands worldwide during the 6th edition of CELEBRATE ISLANDS.

From May 20 to 26, 2019, a bright range of actors involved in the protection of islands will mobilise to promote the richness and the need for protection of these unique territories.

For this sixth edition, CELEBRATE ISLANDS wishes to highlight the History of Islands, in order to imagine an ideal sustainable management for the future. This edition will be guided by the concepts of past, present and future.

To honour the past, islands are invited to create events to take a glimpse back to the natural and human evolution of their territory.

To promote the present and their current land management, islands will organise concrete short-term actions: excursions in the nature, conferences, exhibitions, technical workshops, waste collection, awareness campaigns and natural areas inventories.

To imagine the future together, this year’s edition organises a competition for children. The goal of the contest is for the children to imagine “the Island of the Future” and to create their ideal island.

Join this growing global celebration! Every action matters. There’s no such thing as an “insignificant”, “too small” contribution for small islands!

Send us information about your events: we will share them to enhance their international visibility.

To follow the news on this event, check SMILO Facebook page

CELEBRATE ISLANDS, ALREADY 6 EDITIONS!

Edition 1 / 2014 Insular Biodiversity on islands
Edition 2 / 2015 Sustainable Development
Edition 3 / 2016 Small islands, Pioneer Territories
Edition 4 / 2017 Sustainable Tourism
Edition 5 / 2018 Water Resources
Edition 6 / 2019 History

DOWNLOAD THE OFFICIAL 2019 POSTER CLICK HERE
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DOWNLOAD THE 2019 BOOKLET CLICK HERE
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FOR THE COMPETITION:

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3) DOWNLOAD THE ISLANDS TEMPLATES

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Small Islands Organisation (SMILO) organised its second annual meeting in Cannes from December 11 to 13, 2019.

Representatives of small islands from its network, institutional and financial partners, as well as thematic experts from around the world met for 3 days of exchanges and technical workshops, in front of the Lérins archipelago.

This was an important event for the NGO, because the Assessment Committee met for the first time to conduct the first intermediate assessments. The official Awards Ceremony took place at the end of the public seminar "Island Heritage".

This major meeting was also an opportunity to bring together the partners from the European Project ISOS, supported by the European Program INTERREG Marittimo France-Italy 2014-2020. They met during a technical workshop to discuss the preservation of islands' tangible and intangible heritage.PROGRAMME CANNES

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