1 Protected Areas & Ecotourism IUCN Best Practice Guidelines, tools & protected area/ecotourism highlights from around the world Kathy Zischka, Director Annual General Meeting Australian 2 November Committee 2018, Sydney for IUCN
2 IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature Largest and most diverse global environmental network and the global authority on the status of the natural world. Unique membership Union: governments, NGOs + Indigenous Peoples Organisations (+1,300 Members) Advised by six Commissions of volunteer experts to guide best practice policy (+13,000) Best Practice Guidelines & tools IUCN provides the unique apolitical space for collegiate discussion to develop best practice environmental policy & tools based on science. Independent Advisory body to UNESCO on natural World Heritage Areas
3 IUCN in Oceania IUCN Oceania Regional Office Australian National Committee NZ National Committee Map IUCN Oceania / Hans Wendt
4 ACIUCN The Australian National Committee of IUCN The Australian National Committee for IUCN Members +30 Members & Associates (GA/NGO/IPO) To provide the unique apolitical convening power of IUCN for collegiate discussion using science to develop best practice environmental policy. Convenes events, publishes best practice policy documents, connects members with global IUCN conservation priorities.
5 Protected Planet - Global Protected Areas Terrestrial PAs: 15% of the Earth
6 Marine PAs: 7% of the Earth
7 IUCN & Tourism IUCN Global Programme Nature-based tourism and recreation is on the rise in parks, protected areas and other biodiversity hotspots across the planet. Tourism is included in the: Sustainable Development Goals and plays a role in at least 12 of the 20 CBD Aichi Biodiversity Targets Responsible tourism promotes environmental education, sustainable development, conservation finance, and community and visitor engagement in conservation. Challenges of tourism many examples of nature-based tourism demonstrate that operations and destinations are exceeding carrying capacity and/or do not have the right infrastructure, programmes and controls in place to prevent severe negative impacts to nature and local communities. IUCN has realised that more efforts to reduce anthropogenic impacts on wildlife and ecosystems from tourism are essential.
8 Global trends: World Heritage & Tourism 2017 IUCN World Heritage Outlook Report Top 3 threats to WH: Invasive species, climate change and tourism impacts. Trend: ~10% increase in # sites where tourism impacts are high or very high ( )
9 Potential threats to WH 2017 IUCN World Heritage Outlook Report Tourism in top 10 Climate change is #1
10 Management effectiveness 2017 IUCN World Heritage Outlook Report Number of WH sites where protection and management were assessed as highly effective
11 IUCN & Tourism IUCN Global Programme Target: Supporting Ecotourism standards By supporting the oversight and improvement of ecotourism standards, guidelines and best practices, through collaboration with Members and other key organisations, IUCN can create new incentives and resources for public and private protected areas, private operations, and other ecotourism destinations to work towards achieving a net-positive impact for people and nature.
12 IUCN, Best Practice Guidelines & Ecotourism IUCN Global Programme IUCN Best Practice Guidelines Platform to share Best Practice solutions ACIUCN publications
13 IUCN Best Practice Guidelines relating to Tourism Sustainable tourism in protected areas - Guidelines for Planning and Management Sustainable tourism and national World Heritage
14 IUCN Best Practice Guidelines relating to Tourism Protected Area Governance and Management Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas Guidelines for privately protected areas Sustainability on Tourism & Visitor Management in Protected Areas New Nov 2018
15 2015 IUCN Protected Area Governance and Management Tourism & Visitor Management (ch. 23) The Conservation Imperative Tools & guidance: Effective visitor management for operators & PA managers Public-private collaboration Experience branding Impact management Best practice
16 2015 IUCN Protected Area Governance and Management Strengthening public private relations 1. Manager needs from tourism operators: Communicate importance of PAs to visitors & work of managers to protect special areas Identify special actions from visitors to support the natural values (e.g. look don t touch) Identify how their business is positively contributing to improved management Respect requests by managers for protection.
17 2015 IUCN Protected Area Governance and Management 2. Tourism operator needs from managers: Safe, reliable, clean, accessible, well-managed and customerfriendly tourism destinations. Effective administration & operations (e.g. leases, licencing, pest&weed control, etc.)
18 2015 IUCN Protected Area Governance and Management Benefits of well-managed tourism to PAs: Raising the profile of PA - local, national & international Attracting visitors Interpreting the values, conservation issues & management issues for visitors Provide: economic justification for declaring & managing the PA financial support (fees & lic) HR support through tourism activity political support for PA conservation and resourcing PAGM Tourism fundamentally unperpinned by the Conservation Imperative
19 IUCN Best Practice Guidelines relating to Tourism Protected Area Governance and Management Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas Guidelines for privately protected areas Sustainability on Tourism & Visitor Management in Protected Areas New Nov 2018
20 Certifying Best Practice Management IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas: Global Standard First global standard of best practice for area-based conservation. A programme of certification for protected and conserved areas national parks, natural World Heritage sites, community conserved areas, nature reserves and so on that are effectively managed and fairly governed.
21 IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas: Global Standard 4 themes: Good governance Sound design and planning Effective management Positive conservation outcomes.
22 IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas: Global Standard Effective management & Tourism 3.6 MANAGE ACCESS, RESOURCE USE AND VISITATION When permitted, tourism and visitor management is compatible with, and supports the achievement of the site s conservation goals and objectives. MANAGEMENT FOR VISITORS AND TOURISM Visitor services and facilities: meet standards of design, environmental sustainability and safety and are appropriate to the character, values and use of the site Interpretive, educational and information services for visitors meet appropriate visitor needs and support management. Where access is permitted, consideration has been given to the use of the protected area by people having varied physical ability, and their needs have been adequately and appropriately taken into account, considering the context of the protected area. The tourism industry within the site is managed to support the Protected Area goals and objectives.
23 IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas: Global Standard 25 areas in 8 countries Australia Montague Island Nature Reserve Arakwal NP & Cape Byron State Conservation Area NEWS: 15 new areas at CBD CoP (24 Nov)
24 Case study: Montague Island Nature Reserve Excellent management of PA values is key to tourism industry 350 kilometres south of Sydney, 1.5km x 500 m. Designated as a nature reserve (IUCN Category IV). Critical seabird breeding site with more than 25,000 pairs from 12 species. Around 2000 fur seals visit the island during the breeding season. Montague Island has great cultural significance to Aboriginal people who call it Barunguba - the elder son of Gulaga (Mt Dromedary). Historical/cultural - The restored lighthouse and keepers cottages date back to 1881 and are now used as tourist accommodation.
25 Case study: Montague Island Nature Reserve Excellent management of PA values is key to tourism industry 1. Sound planning - Strategic documents to guide management these identify the values, threats, and management strategies that provide long-term protection and opportunities for sustainable tourism, education & scientific research. 2. Equitable governance Managed by NSW NPWS; Public consultation in designating, reviewing and managing the reserve. Stakeholders, Aboriginal groups and the public engaged via regular RACs. 3. Effective management Strategic management of key threats (pests, weeds, fires) vertebrate pest free since Strict controls of visitation have protected natural, Aboriginal and historic heritage values and developed an award-winning ecotourism business that offers a unique wildlife experience and contributes to the costs of running the reserve. 4. Positive conservation outcomes critical seabird breeding site (+25K pairs, 12 spp) fur seals, highly endangered Gould s petrel bred on island since 2013.
26 IUCN Best Practice Guidelines relating to Tourism Protected Area Governance and Management Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas Guidelines for privately protected areas Sustainability on Tourism & Visitor Management in Protected Areas New Nov 2018
27 Ecotourism as part of the PA system New IUCN Guidelines for Privately Protected Areas Private Protected Areas include: individuals and groups of individuals; non-governmental organisations; corporations, including commercial companies and small companies established to manage groups of PPAs; for profit owners such as ecotourism companies; research entities such as universities and field stations; or religious entities. Launched November Best Practice Principles Establishing PPAs Managing PPAs Incentives for PPAs Ensuring permanence of PPAs Coordination with national protected areas systems Networks of PPAs And more Learning & Sharing - Case studies from around the world
28 CASE STUDY: Ecotourism & conservation success
29 IUCN Best Practice Guidelines relating to Tourism Protected Area Governance and Management Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas Guidelines for privately protected areas Sustainability on Tourism & Visitor Management in Protected Areas New Nov 2018
30 New Best Practice Guidelines for Sustainability on Tourism & Visitor Management in Protected Areas Coming soon. Developed by IUCN WCPA & the Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist (TAPAS) Group. Provide guidance on key aspects of tourism and visitor management in protected areas. Case studies from +45 countries around the world. Intended to: foster professionalism and capacity in tourism in a community of practice by incorporating contributions from protected area practitioners and academics who share experiences and learn collaboratively. The contributors care about integrating tourism into protected areas to achieve and scale up its net benefits to global conservation goals through meaningful experiences, enhanced knowledge and stewardship values, improved communities, incentives for resource protection, funds for conservation, and political support.
31 Case study - Ecotourism networks: IUCN/MEET/WCPA Ecotourism partnership in the Mediterranean Partnership: IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation, IUCN WCPA & MEET Network MEET - The Mediterranean Experience of Ecotourism (MEET) is an EU-funded initiative, designed to harness the potential of ecotourism in the region. 3-year project ( ) - involved 25 protected areas in 8 countries MEET s goal is to continue integrating new protected areas to expand the conservation and economic benefits of sustainable, respectful and natureoriented tourism across the Mediterranean Basin.
32 Marketing, branding, sustainability
33 Science Informing Policy Symposium Series ACIUCN publication series
34 Science Informing Policy Symposium Series ACIUCN publication series High level conservation expertise Produced in partnership with Australia s conservation experts - Australian GAs, NGOs, acad. Best practice policy - Key Directions Statements bringing global best practice into the Australian context. Download:
35 Tools: sharing best practices globally PANORAMA Solutions for a Healthy Planet A partnership initiative to document and promote inspiring, replicable solutions across a range of conservation and sustainable development topics, enabling cross-sectoral learning and inspiration. PANORAMA allows practitioners to share and reflect on their experiences, increase recognition for successful work, and to learn with their peers how similar challenges have been addressed around the globe.
36 PANORAMA Solutions for a Healthy Planet A partnership initiative to document and promote examples of inspiring, replicable solutions across a range of conservation and sustainable development topics, enabling cross-sectoral learning and inspiration. PANORAMA allows practitioners to share and reflect on their experiences, increase recognition for successful work, and to learn with their peers how similar challenges have been addressed around the globe.
37 PANORAMA Solutions for a Healthy Planet 38 Ecotourism Solutions A partnership initiative to document and promote examples of inspiring, replicable solutions across a range of conservation and sustainable development topics, enabling cross-sectoral learning and inspiration. PANORAMA allows practitioners to share and reflect on their experiences, increase recognition for successful work, and to learn with their peers how similar challenges have been addressed around the globe.
39 If all else fails when your best practice policies as an ecotourism operator are ignored.. Arctic Circle cartoons:
40 Australia as a world leader in Tourism and Protected Area Conservation Nature based tourism is growing Provides enormous economic, social and environmental benefit to Australia and its people when it is managed effectively The Australian community of ecotourism operators, national park managers and partners has the opportunity, capacity & responsibility to show world leadership through best practice management, collaboration opportunities & information sharing Harness best practice tools & share experiences with colleagues globally to continue best practice.
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