Protecting Biodiversity by Empowering People
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Transform the customary landholder engagement process for the Tina River hydropower development project into a framework for protected area design for the Solomon Islands' Guadalcanal Watersheds Key Biodiversity Area, integrating results from parallel biodiversity surveys. Assess benefit-sharing opportunities for local communities using the conservation agreement feasibility assessment process, and strengthen customary landholder capacity to leverage the project for local community and biodiversity benefits.
Strategic Direction:1 Empower local communities to protect and manage globally significant biodiversity at priority Key Biodiversity Areas under-served by current conservation efforts