Méthodologies CESP- zones humides

17/11/2009

Dans cette section des pages «Information», nous présentons du matériel utile à ceux qui participent à la planification d’activités de CESP ou à l’élaboration de programmes de CESP; l’accent est mis sur le matériel qui décrit des méthodologies de CESP pour les zones humides. : Directement associé avec la mise en œuvre de la Résolution X.8 de la CESP de Ramsar, un Guide à l’élaboration participative de plans d'action et techniques d’animation de groupes a été spécifiquement conçu pour les points focaux CESP nommés par les Parties contractantes à la Convention pour les aider dans l’élaboration de plans actions. En complément à ceci, il y a la boîte à outils de la CESP de la CDB qui fournit des outils sur : où, quand et comment utiliser des instruments utiles, à une large audience pour les praticiens de la CESP.

Les publications ci-après documentent toute une gamme de méthodologies de CESP. La plupart d'entre elles sont en anglais et nous nous en excusons. Merci de nous faire connaître les documents méthodologiques intéressants disponibles en français.

Ces publications sont regroupées en quatre sections - techniques de communication; communication axée sur les centres d'accueil des visiteurs ; techniques participatives; et méthodes d'éducation à l'environnement/à la durabilité. Tout en espérant que ces sections vous seront utiles, nous vous rendons attentifs/ves au fait qu'elles ne s'excluent pas mutuellement et qu'elles se chevauchent inévitablement. À l'instar des autres pages de ce mini-site Web, il s'agit d'un travail en cours et nous espérons que les lecteurs/lectrices seront disposé(e)s à partager ici le matériel de référence intéressant qu'ils/elles ont mis au point ou utilisent (veuillez contacter hails@ramsar.org).

Tous les liens indiqués ci-après renvoient à des documents disponibles par voie électronique, dont un certain nombre peuvent également être achetés sur support papier.

Techniques de communication
Communicating science
Write a press release, brief ing policymakers in science-related issues, making a science news story for radio - a series of articles from well-known media writers covers these and other topics on the web-based Science and Development Network. Available here.
New rules: new game
An easy-to-read 12-page booklet providing a practical guide for action on changing behaviour to stop damaging the climate. It’s intended for businesses, NGOs, government authorities and international agencies undertaking or planning climate change communication. Produced by the communications company Futerra, it is available as a PDF file and can be downloaded here.
CEPA toolkit
Although designed to assist CBDs focal points in implementing their National Biodiversity Stategies/Action Plans, this toolkit offers all CEPA professionals a wide range of resources to update their knowledge and skills. It includes fact sheets, checklists and practical examples from all over the world. Available online and for download here
Designing a Communication Strategy: The 4-P Workshop
Published by Conservation International, this text is intended to help stakeholders plan an awareness campaign. The 4-P Workshop takes readers through the planning of a two-day workshop to analyse conservation problems, the potential targets, the most appropriate communication tools to reach each audience, and the development of a campaign plan taking into account the local context and resources. Available for download in PDF format here.
Communicating Sustainability - How to produce effective public campaigns
A UNEP/FUTERRA guide (published in 2005) that shows how the power of communication can be harnessed for achieving the goal of promoting more sustainable lifestyles. It is designed for local and national government authorities as well as communication professionals - in fact for anyone who wants to develop and implement public awareness campaigns on these issues. Available for download as a PDF file (2.7MB) here.
Successful Communication: A Toolkit for Researchers and Civil Society Organisations
Published in 2005 by the Overseas Development Institute, this toolkit is for researchers and practitioners who wish to communicate to policymakers. The toolkit addresses the questions of how researchers and CSOs can best communicate evidence in order to inform or influence policy, to achieve their own stated development objectives, or simply to make their own knowledge accessible and understandable to a wider audience. Available as a PDF file here.
Communicating for Recovery: A guide to developing a Recovery Plan Communications Strategy
This 50-page guide has been developed from a recovery project by WWF Australia. It details eight steps to developing and implementing a communication strategy and the authors intend the guide to be used as a model that recovery teams can adapt to suit their own setting, to ensure that their communications with key stakeholders are relevant, strategic, cost-effective and accountable. Published in 2004, it is available in PDF format here.
Managing coastal activities: new help for local authorities
This publication provides guidance for local authorities on their powers to regulate activity and their responsibilities to promote good practice among all users of the coast. It provides information to help identify current issues; act only when needed; use the right mix of measures for the local circumstances; promote solutions through voluntary action or self regulation; develop effective partnerships in management etc. Published in 2004, available online as PDF (353KB)
Communication and Natural Resource Management: experience/theory
Prepared by the Communication Development Initiative and FAO's Communication for Development Group in 2003, this resource book looks at how experience is and can be guided by theory and how theory can be derived from understanding experience. Available for download as a PDF file from FAO here (132KB).
A guide to advocacy work in the water and sanitation sector
A source book published in 2001 by WaterAid for anyone working in the water and sanitation sector who wants to undertake advocacy work. Explains the different advocacy tools, provides practical examples of advocacy work, provides information on key policy actors and processes and how to influence them at international levels and to provide information on agencies, networks and institutions engaged in advocacy work in the freshwater sector. Available for download as a PDF file here.
Wetlands Outreach: Getting the Message Out - New Techniques and New Partners for the Millennium
The product of an intensive, two-day discussion among 45 wetland outreach professionals from NGO's as well as state, federal and local governments in the USA, this publication notes the abundance and high quality of many outreach products but identifies some important gaps. Published in 2000, the document, available in PDF format, identifies generic problems, solutions and areas for future strategic wetland outreach development and cooperation.
Communication axée sur les Centres D'Education
sur les zones humides
Developing a Wetland Centre: 1. Public centres and CEPA
A manual produced by Wetland Link International outlining the philosophy, thinking and questions to be considered when developing and running a wetland centre. The emphasis in this volume is on CEPA (communications, education and public awareness) within wetland centres that are open to the public as conservation centres and visitor attractions. Available for download as a PDF file in Chinese, English, French, Portuguese and Spanish
Challenge for visitor centres: linking local people, visitors and protected areas
Documents the discussion papers and working group conclusions from a seminar jointly organised in August 2000 by the World Commission on Protected Areas and the Finnish Forest and Park Service. Available in English as a PDF file from the IUCN web site , it covers a whole range of practical issues from developing permanent exhibitions, to protected areas and their role in environmental education, to designing and delivering an interpretative guided walk etc.  Take some time to look around this Web site - great info for the public.

Techniques participatives

Guide à l’élaboration participative de plans d'action et techniques d’animation de groupes
Un consultant a préparé un guide à l’intention des Parties contractantes et autres utilisateurs CESP, pour aider au processus de mise en œuvre des actions CESP. Ce guide est un outil facile à utiliser et qui aidera les utilisateurs à mettre en place des processus de planification au moyen de techniques bien conçues destinées à des groupes divers et multiples de décideurs. Au moyen du lien ci-après, vous pouvez télécharger le guide pour des planifications d’actions participatives et des techniques pour créer des groupes.

Particpation, Consensus Building and Conflict Management Training Course
These are the skills that will help water resources decisions makers avert conflict, deal with conflict should it arise, and use water decisions as a venue for dialogue when others are closed to parties locked in various types of non-water conflicts. Download here in PDF format (2.5MB).
Natura 2000, Conflict Management and Resolution

This publication was a product of a Eurosite workshop that looked at the causes of conflict and the importance of information and 'social capital'. It considers what can be done to build positive working relationships with local stakeholders to avoid or reduce conflict, investigate the mechanisms behind environmental conflicts and proposes tools and methods to manage and resolve these conflicts. Available for download here.

MSP Resource Portal: building capacity to facilitate multistakeholder processes and social learning
An online source of practical information from Wageningin International on how to facilitate participatory learning processes with various stakeholders. It provides theoretical foundations, methods and tools to create learning processes, facilitation tips, examples, literature and links.
Participatory Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation
An online source of practical information from Wageningin International on managing and learning for impact that aims to help build the capacity of individuals and organisations to effectively implement PPM&E systems (courses, advisory services, evaluation); contribute to innovation in the field of PPM&E; and provide practical web based resource materials, experience sharing and learning with this PPM&E resource portal.
Learning together to manage together: Improving participation in water management
The handbook explains why it makes sense to be more ambitious about participatory processes rather than simply informing or consulting stakeholders and the public, and it provides the methodology for creating the right framework for a successful participatory process. It offers practical guidance for the development of participation processes that meet the actual needs of stakeholders and aims to serve as a reference book for the selection of adequate participatory methods. Published in 2005, it is available here in PDF format (3.69MB).
Systems thinking and practice: Diagramming
From the Open University: some great online demos on diagramming that can be adapted for stakeholder workshops- spray diagrams, rich pictures, systems maps, multiple cause diagrams and sign graphs. Online here .
A One Stop Participation Guide: A Handbook of Public Participation in Environmental Assessment in Southern Africa
Offers helpful tips and the process to follow for public participation from the perspective of the four key stakeholders who are part of any public participation process: Practitioners, Civil Society, Government and Developers. Also has a chapter on conflict management. Published in 2005, it is available here in PDF format here.
Stakeholder dialogue– A good practice guide for users
A 20-page report which provides a useful guide for those considering working with their stakeholders in a constructive way. It describes what stakeholder dialogue involves and the benefits it brings, and describes how this approach was used on the Isles of Scilly. In PDF format here.

Education environnemental / Education au développement durable

Building a Sustainable Future: A Strategic Approach to Environmental Education in the Tonle Sap Region – Cambodia
Based on an assessment of local communities' perceptions of water and how water impacts on their livelihoods, this environmental education (EE) plan of action builds a common EE agenda which recognises the need to incorporate local culture, spiritual beliefs and religions and puts communities and their well-being at the very centre of activities. In PDF format here (1.26MB)
Handbook on methods used in Environmental Education & Education for Sustainable Development
This 110-page book, published in 2004, introduces educators to the basic ideas relevant to the various EE and ESD methods, using practical examples - a useful reference guide for educators. Synopsis of the book is available here and the full document can be downloaded in PDF format if you first join the MedIES network. Look for instructions here.
Ranger Interpretation Handbook
Rangers, nature interpreters and those involved in environmental education can use natural or semi natural areas to illustrate ways in which we can all create a more sustainable future for the planet. This handbook with examples of "best practice" has grown out of a desire to share that knowledge and good practice in our efforts to promote a more caring approach to use of the planet's finite resources and to ensure a healthy future for our children. Published in 2003, in PDF format here (520KB)
Enabling Ecoaction: a handbook for anyone working with the public on conservation
A joint publication in 2003 by the Humane Society International, WWF Australia and IUCN's Commission on Education and Communication (CEC), this handbook is designed to assist environmental educators, managers, local government environment officers and others to move away from traditional brochures and posters for the public to participative community-driven approaches to conservation that focus on enabling collective action for change. Available for download as a PDF (1.03MB) or can be purchased in hard copy from publications@wwf.org.au .
Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit
This ESD toolkit was published in 2002 to  provide community leaders and educators with an easy-to-use manual to help them start the process of combining education and sustainability.  Can be downloaded as a PDF file or viewed in HTML .
The Pollution Prevention Guide
Written from 30+ years of experience with service-learning and environmental education, this guide was produced in responce to a growing demand from teachers and community organizers for detailed practical tips on how to organize successful pollution prevention service-learning projects. In PDF format here.
Education for Sustainability. From Rio to Johannesburg: Lessons learnt from a decade of commitment

A report on the lessons learnt about the contribution of education to sustainable development over the past decade, since the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (the ‘Earth Summit’) held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Prepared by UNESCO, the report was published in 2002 and is available in PDF format here.

The Path to Success: Some Pioneering Examples of Environmental Education
Documents some successful examples of environmental education from 15 countries representing the Asia-Pacific region, Africa and South America. Can be downloaded from the IGES Web site in PDF Format (go to Publications & Activity Report) .
Environmental Education for a Sustainable Future: National Action Plan
Published in the year 2000, this document can be viewed in html or downloaded  as an Adobe PDF file (about 500KB) from Environment Australia's Web site. The plan is intended to provide leadership to the many different sectors involved in environmental education activities and promote better coordination of these activities.
Interpréter la Biodiversité : Manuel pour les éducateurs de l’environnement dans les tropiques
Publié par le American Museum of Natural History, l’ouvrage s’adresse aux éducateurs et gestionnaires des ressources naturelles. Les cinq chapitres du manuel décrivent les étapes clés de la conception d’un programme d’interprétation et abordent les principes de conception d’une exposition, l’organisation d’un centre d’interprétation, les activités d’information destinées à la communauté et le processus d'évaluation. Le manuel, en anglais, peut être téléchargé sur le site du American Museum of Natural History

 

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