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1 33 rd ICRI General Meeting 5-7 December 2018 Yacht Club, Monaco Agenda Wednesday 5 December 8:15 Departure of the shuttle from the Novotel 09:00-09:10 Opening and welcome by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco 09:10-09:30 Remarks from the ICRI co-chairs - H.E. Susi Pudjiastuti, Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of Indonesia - H.E. Angus Mackenzie, Australian Ambassador to UNESCO 09:30-09:40 Presentation & adoption of the agenda 9:40-10:00 Amendment of the ICRI rules Motion presented by France France 10:00-10:30 Welcome new members and observers - New Caledonia Didier Poidyaliwane, Minister, New-Caledonia - Coral Triangle Center Safira Hawari Djohani, Executive Director - Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI-CFF) Hendra Yusran Siry, Interim Executive Director - Vulcan Inc. Chuck Cooper, Managing Director, Government Affairs 10:30 10:50 Break 10:50-11:20 Summary of French Secretariat activity including the ICRI-UN Environment Small Grants initiative Xavier Sticker, French Ambassador for the Environment and Jerker Tamelander, UN Environment, Head, Coral Reef Unit 11:20-12:30 Presentation of the Plan of Action of the new Secretariat Susi Pudjiastuti, Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of Indonesia 12:30-14:00 Lunch Housekeeping 14:00-17:00 Theme 1 Promote effective and adaptable solutions to improve the protection of

2 coral reefs (14 :00-15:00) 1. A Strengthening policies - Presentation of the analysis of global and regional policy instruments and governance mechanisms related to the protection and sustainable management of coral reefs (UNEA/2/12, OP 10) Jerker Tamelander, UN Environment, Head, Coral Reef Unit - Preparation of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework o Presentation of the rapid assessment on Aichi Target 10 Emily Corcoran, Consultant ICRI o Next steps (15:00-15:45) 1.B - Promote and build capacity in applying innovative funding - Presentation on the global and local importance, financing needs and current financing of coral reefs and related ecosystems Hazel Thornton, UNEP-WCMC - Presentation of the Global Coral Reef fund Chuck Cooper, Vulcan - Report of the Report of the innovative funding workshop David Meyers, Conservation Finance Alliance (15:45-16:15) 1.C Support reef resilience at the local, regional and global scale - Presentation of National Academy Study on Interventions to increase the resilience of coral reefs - Presentation of the Coral Reef World Heritage sites Fanny Douvere, UNESCO - Presentation of the Reef Blueprint for Resilience David Wachenfeld, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Australia (16:15 17:00) 1.D - Promote leading practice reef restoration mechanisms by facilitating partnerships, investment and capacity building among ICRI members - Presentation of National Academy Study on Interventions to increase the resilience of coral reefs - Progress on guidance/best practices for reef restoration, including the Reef Resilience Network, the Coral Restoration Consortium, the upcoming Reef

3 Futures workshop Jennifer Koss (NOAA) and Elizabeth McLeod (TNC) - Presentation of the Terms of Reference for the Ad Hoc Committee on reef restoration David Souter, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia 17:45 18:00 Wrap-up H.E. Angus Mackenzie, Australian Ambassador to UNESCO 18:15 Departure of the shuttle to the Novotel or to the Scientific Center of Monaco (note that a shuttle will also be available from the Center to the Novotel at 19:15) 20:00 Cocktail / Dinner at the Novotel Thursday 6 December 8:15 Departure of the shuttle from the Novotel 09:00-11:00 Theme 2 Understand the trends of coral reefs - The Implementation and Governance Plan (IGP) for the GCRMN David Obura and Jerker Tamelander, UN Environment - The 2020 roadmap David Souter, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia 11:00-11:20 Break 11:20-12:30 GCRMN regional updates - Pacific report Serge Planes, France - South East Asia Tadashi Kimura, Japan Wildlife Research Center (JWRC) - Coral reef monitoring and reporting for Brazil Beatrice Ferreira, Brazil - Coral Reef status in South Asian Seas Region and its possible restoration partnering with other Agencies Sivaji Patra, South Asia Co-operative Environment Programme 12:30-13:30 Lunch 13:30-15:00 Theme 3 - Live Reef Food Fish Trade Session chaired by Susi Pudjiastuti, Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of Indonesia - Science and Conservation of Fish Aggregations (SCRFA) Yvonne Sadovy, SCRFA

4 15:00-15:45 6 th International Tropical Marine Ecosystem Management Symposium (ITMEMS) Session chaired by Susi Pudjiastuti, Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of Indonesia 15:45 16:00 Break 16:00-17:00 Theme 4 - Help to reduce anthropogenic threats to coral reefs, particularly those that occur at a global or regional scale 4. A Elevate awareness of the global nature of threats to coral reefs and the need for a collective response to accelerate actions that address climate change at a local to global scale. - Presentation of the revised ISRS Statement on Coral Reefs and Climate Change Sue Wells, ISRS 4.B Review of impacts of chemical pollution on coral reefs and associated ecosystems Denis Allemand, Monaco Scientific Centre 4.C - Guide actions to prevent and mitigate the impacts of marine pollution - Presentation on actions to reduce marine debris Chloe Harvey, the Reef World Foundation 4.D Sustainable Tourism Amanda Brigdale, GBRMPA, Australia Transversal activity - Fostering partnerships / collaboration, including with private sector - 5 th Our Ocean Fegi Nurhabni, Indonesia - Report of the evaluation of Community of OCEAN Action coral reef commitments Jerker Tamelander, UN Environment 17:10 Departure of the shuttle to the Novotel 18:10 Departure of the shuttle for the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco 18:30 19:30 Guided tour of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco 19:30 21:00 Cocktail / Dinner at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco 21:05 Departure of the shuttle to the Novotel 12:30-14:00 Lunch Friday 7 December 08:15 Departure of the shuttle from the Novotel 09:00-09:30 Transversal activity - Fostering partnerships / collaboration, including with private sector

5 - Blue Charter (Commonwealth) Nick Hardman-Mountford, (Commonwealth Secretariat) and Heidi Prislan, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia) - Upcoming meetings, including the fourth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) 09:30-10:00 Report on the International Year of the Reef 2018 Claire Rumsey, IYOR coordinator - Green Fins IYOR 2018 Communication Campaign Chloe Harvey, the Reef World Foundation 10:00-11:00 Further reports from members - Communication campaign Richard Ververs - Reef Fish Conservation Project Maria Jose Gonzalez-Bernat, Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense (AIDA) - Presentation of the Strategic Plan for Coral Reef Conservation 11:00-11:15 Report on the reef solutions workshop Jean-Pierre Gattuso 11:15-11:45 Review of the motions and proposed ad hoc committees and adoption (ICRI Secretariat) - GCRMN - Organisation and Management Procedures for the International Coral Reef Initiative - Ad hoc committee on ITMEMS - Ad hoc committee on the post-2020 target(s) for CBD - Ad hoc committee on reef restoration 11:45-12:00 Next ICRI General Meeting: Townsville, Australia Managing for Resilience Australia

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