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Council Members, Alternates, and Constituencies

 Date of
Council Member Appointment Alternate Member

AISI, Robert G. 01/23/2006 REBUELTA-TEH, Analiza
(Papua New Guinea) (Philippines)

ANDERSEN, Geert Aagaard 09/01/2005 BJORNEBYE, Erik
(Denmark) (Norway)

ARASTOU, Seyed Motjaba 08/17/2005 AMIN-MANSOUR, Javad

AYUDHYA, Petipong Pungbun 02/20/2006 VAN TAI, Nguyen
Na (Thailand) (Vietnam)

TOTSKIY, Anatoly 09/21/2006 DAVTYAN, Ruzanna
(Russian Federation) (Armenia)

DALI, Najeh 10/11/2005 KONDOS, George
(Tunisia) (Egypt)

DE JONG, Gerben 09/02/2005 VAN DEN BERGEN, Vincent
(Netherlands) (Netherlands)

DOUNGOUBE, Gustave 05/30/2006 t.b.a.
(Central African Republic)

EHRHARDT, Roger 01/01/2004 GUTHRIE, Tina
(Canada) (Canada)

FERNANDEZ, Ramon 10/01/2003 MARTIN, Marc-Antoine
(France) (France)

GRAYEB BAYATA, Claudia 06/01/2005 SEMPRIS, Emilio
(Mexico) (Panama)

JOST, Manuela 06/14/2005 HILBER, Anton
(Switzerland) (Switzerland)

KABWAZA, Raphael Peter 01/01/2005 POLICARPIO, Napica
(Malawi) (Mozambique)

KRAEVA, Emiliya 10/01/2004 IVANOV, Violeta
(Bulgaria) (Moldova)

KUMAR, Dhanendra 11/28/2005 AHMED KHAN, Zakir
(India) (Bangladesh)

LUGRIS, Fernando 08/26/2005 ROSELLINI, Adolfo
(Uruguay) (Argentina)

MIYAHARA, Takashi 08/22/2005 TAKANO, Shuichi
(Japan) (Japan)

MONTALVO, Mauricio 03/13/2006 LAZARY TEIXEIRA, Carlos
(Ecuador) Alfredo (Brazil)

MONTEIRO, Carlos Alberto 11/01/2004 SARR, Momodou
de Sousa (Gambia)
(Cape Verde)

NIETO, Alejandro 10/13/2005 MOTA PINTO, Nuno
 (Portugal)

PARK, Kang-ho 12/01/2004 COOK, Alan
(Republic of Korea) (New Zealand)

PEEL, Kenneth 03/20/2006 REIFSNYDER, Daniel
(United States) (United States)

PERSUAD, Doorga 03/01/2005 COOPER, Donald
(Guyana) (Bahamas)

SHAH, Shuja 08/25/2005 LUTFI, Sultan
(Pakistan) (Jordan)

SODERINI, Ludovica 110/01/2003 D'ONOFRIO, Gaetano
(Italy)

STEINKE, Marita 09/04/2003 HERMANN, Walter
(Germany) (Germany)

TREPPEL, Leander 02/24/2006 MARQUES, Miguel
(Austria) (Luxembourg)

WAISS, Aboubaker Doule 12/01/2004 WOLDEYOHANNES, Mogos
 (Eritrea)

WALLENIUS, Tapio 05/05/2006 GARCIA-THARN, Amalia
(Finland) (Sweden)

WHEATLEY, Josceline 03/01/2004 WHALEY, Christopher
(United Kingdom) (United Kingdom)

WOROU, Theophile Chabi 03/01/2005 OTENG-YEBOAH, Alfred
(Benin) (Ghana)

ZOU, Jiayi 03/01/2005 YANG, Jinlin
(China) (China)

 Date of
Council Member Appointment Constituencies

AISI, Robert G. 01/23/2006 Cook Islands, Fiji,
(Papua New Guinea) Indonesia, Kiribati,
 Marshall Islands,
 Micronesia, Nauru, Niue,
 Palau, Papua New Guinea,
 Philippines, Samoa,
 Solomon Islands, Tonga,
 Tuvalu, Vanuatu

ANDERSEN, Geert Aagaard 09/01/2002 Denmark, Latvia,
(Denmark) Lithuania, Norway

ARASTOU, Seyed Motjaba 03/01/2005 Iran

AYUDHYA, Petipong Pungbun 02/20/2006 Cambodia, Korea DPR, Lao
Na (Thailand) PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia,
 Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam

TOTSKIY, Anatoly 08/17/2006 Armenia, Belarus, Russian
(Russian Federation) Federation

DALI, Najeh 06/13/2006 Algeria, Egypt, Morocco,
(Tunisia) Tunisia

DE JONG, Gerben 04/01/2002 The Netherlands
(Netherlands)

DOUNGOUBE, Gustave Burundi, Cameroon, Central
(Central African Republic) African Republic, Congo,
 Congo DR

EHRHARDT, Roger 08/03/2005 Canada
(Canada)

FERNANDEZ, Ramon 09/01/2002 France
(France)

GRAYEB BAYATA, Claudia 10/01/2004 Costa Rica, El Salvador,
(Mexico) Guatemala, Honduras,
 Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama,
 Venezuela

JOST, Manuela 04/01/2005 Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan,
(Switzerland) Kyrgyz Republic,
 Switzerland, Tajikistan,
 Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan

KABWAZA, Raphael Peter Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi,
(Malawi) Mozambique, Namibia, South
 Africa, Swaziland, Zambia,
 Zimbabwe

KRAEVA, Emiliya 11/01/2004 Albania, Bulgaria,
(Bulgaria) Croatia, Georgia,
 Macedonia, Moldova,
 Poland, Romania, Ukraine

KUMAR, Dhanendra 11/14/2005 Bangladesh, Bhutan, India,
(India) Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka

LUGRIS, Fernando 08/26/2005 Argentina, Bolivia, Chile,
(Uruguay) Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay

MIYAHARA, Takashi 07/27/2005 Japan
(Japan)

MONTALVO, Mauricio 12/06/2005 Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador
(Ecuador)

MONTEIRO, Carlos Alberto 05/01/2004 Burkina Faso, Cape Verde,
de Sousa Chad, Guinea-Bissau, Mali,
(Cape Verde) Mauritania, Niger,
NIETO, Alejandro 11/01/2003 Greece, Ireland, Portugal,
 Spain Senegal, The Gambia

PARK, Kang-ho 12/01/2004 Australia, New Zealand,
(Republic of Korea) Republic of Korea

PEEL, Kenneth 05/30/2006 United States
(United States)

PERSUAD, Doorga 03/01/2005 Antigua and Barbuda,
(Guyana) Bahamas, Barbados, Belize,
 Cuba, Dominica, Dominican
 Republic, Grenada, Guyana,
 Haiti, Jamaica, St. Kitts
 and Nevis, St. Lucia, St.
 Vincent, Suriname,
 Trinidad and Tobago

SHAH, Shuja 02/01/2001 Afghanistan, Jordan,
(Pakistan) Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria,
 Yemen

SODERINI, Ludovica 01/01/2004 Italy
(Italy)

STEINKE, Marita 10/01/2003 Germany
(Germany)

TREPPEL, Leander 03/30/2006 Austria, Belgium, Czech
(Austria) Republic, Hungary,
 Luxembourg, Slovak
 Republic, Slovenia, Turkey

WAISS, Aboubaker Doule 03/01/2005 Comoros, Djibouti,
 Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya,
 Madagascar, Mauritius,
 Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan,
 Tanzania, Uganda

WALLENIUS, Tapio 10/1/2005 Estonia, Finland, Sweden
(Finland)

WHEATLEY, Josceline 05/30/2006 United Kingdom
(United Kingdom)

WOROU, Theophile Chabi 05/01/2004 Benin, Cote d'Ivoire,
(Benin) Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria,
 Sierra Leone, Togo

ZOU, Jiayi 03/01/2005 China
(China)


Details of country focal points and regional focal points of non-governmental organizations in 2006-2007

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Africa

Northern Africa

November 2004-2008

Salah Sahabi-Abed

Association de Recherche sur le Climat et l'Environment (ARCE)

IFHR Cite des HLM,

Gambetta

31000-Oran

Algeria

Tel: 213 772 411375 GSM

Telefax: 213 41 538 397

E-mail: salah_sahabi@yahoo.com

Southern Africa

November 2005-2009

Dorothy C. Manuel

ZERO Regional Environment Organization

158 Fife Avenue, P O Box 5338,

Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel/Fax (manual):

263 4 734023/734027-30/706998/

700030

E-mail: dorothy@zeroregional.com,

zambelisd@gmail.com

Eastern Africa

November 2004-2008

Rajen Awotar

Council for Development

Environmental Studies and Conservation (MAUDESCO)

P O Box 1124, Port Louis, Mauritius

Tel: 230 947 9333/763 0744

Fax: 230 454 3900

E-mail: maudesco@intnet.mu

Western Africa

June 2007-2011 (second term)

Djimingue Nanasta

ENDA Tiers Monde Programme Energie

54 rue Carnot

BP 3370

Dakar, Senegal

Tel: 221 33 822 2496/822 5983

Fax: 221 33 821 7595/823 5157

E-mail: enda.energy@sentoo.sn

djim@enda.sn

Europe

Western Europe

June 2007-November 2010

Jurgen Maier

German NGO Forum Environment and Development

Am Michaelshof 8-10

53177 Bonn, Germany

Tel: 49 228 359 704

Fax: 49 228 92399356

E-mail: chef@forumue.de

Americas

South America

November 2003-2007

German Rocha

Corporacion Pais Solidario (CPS)

Calle 70 No. 13-29

Bogota, Colombia

Tel: 571 249 5336

Fax: 571 249 1044

E-mail: cpscol@yahoo.com

cenprof@sky.net.co

Meso America

June 2006-November 2009

Felipe Villagran

MERO LEC A.C.

Privada Guanajuato No 165

Plan de Ayala

Tuxtla GTZ Mexico C.P. 29110

Tel: 52 961 671 54 36

E-mail: lacandon@prodigy.net.mx

Caribbean

June 2006-November 2009

Ermath Harrington

Caribbean Conservation Association

The Garrison,

St. Michael, Barbados

Tel: (246) 426-5373

Fax: (246) 429-8483

E-mail:harcon_04@yahoo.com

North America

June 2007-November 2010

Yabanex Batista

The Nature Conservancy

4245 North Fairfax Drive

Suite 100

Arlington, VA 22203-1606

United States

Tel: +1 703 841 8170

Fax: +1703 276 3241

E-mail: ybatista@tnc.org

Asia

Pacific

November 2003-2007

Rex Horoi

The Foundation of the People of the

South Pacific International (FSPI)

6 Des Voeux Road

GPO Box 18006

Suva, Fiji

Tel: 679 331 2250/330 8469

Fax: 679 331 2298

E-mail: rex.horoi@fspi.org.fj

South Asia

June 2007-November 2010

Jagdeesh Rao Puppala

Foundation for Ecological Security (FES)

P.B No. 29, NDDB Campus

Anand 388 001

India

Tel: + 91 2692 261303

Fax: + 91 2692 262916

E-mail: ed@fes.org.in

jagdeesh@fes.org.in

Southeast Asia

June 2007-November 2010

Faizal Parish

Global Environment Centre

2nd Floor, Wisma Hing, No. 78,

Jalan SS2/72,

47300 Petaling Jaya

Selangor D.E., Malaysia

Tel: 60 3 7957 2007

Mobile: 60 12 322 7350

Fax: 60 3 7957 7003

E-mail: fparish@genet.po.my (office),

faizal.parish@gmail.com (mission)

Western Asia

November 2004-2008

Khadija Razavi

Centre for Sustainable Development (CENESTA)

142 Azerbaijan Avenue

West 10 Juybar Street,

Fatemi Place

13169 Tehran, Iran

Tel: 98 21 66 972 973

Mobile: 91 213 554

Fax: 98 21 66 400 811

E-mail: khadija@cenesta.org

Indigenous Peoples

November 2006-June 2011

Johnson Hugo Cerda Shiguango

Urbanizacion Palermo Manzana H2

Casa 37 (Chillogallo)

Quito, Ecuador

Mobile: +593 99885648

E-mail: johnsoncerda@hotmail.com

Skype: johnson200569

Benedict Solang

Centre for Development Programs in the Cordillera (CDPC)

362 Magsaysay Avenue,

Episcopal Church Compound

Baguio City, Philippines

Tel: 074 300 5175

Fax: 074 442 2572

E-mail: cdpc.envi@gmail.com,

bskordimts@yahoo.com

Central Focal Point

November 2006-2010

Dorothy C. Manuel

ZERO Regional Environment Organization

158 Fife Avenue, PO Box 5338,

Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel/Fax (manual):

263 4 734023/734027-30/706998/700030

E-mail: dorothy@zeroregional.com

zambelisd@gmail.com

Skype: zambelisd or zerodm1

Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel Secretariat

The panel is supported by a

Secretariat based in UNEP's

Regional Office for North America

in Washington, DC, and at UNEP's

headquarters in Nairobi.

Washington, DC

Douglas Taylor

Secretary, STAP

+1 202 974 1318

doug.taylor@rona.unep.org

Guadalupe Duron

Associate Program Officer

+1 202 974 1313

gd@rona.unep.org

Robin Burgess

Administrative Assistant

+1 202 974 1311

rb@rona.unep.org

Mailing Address USA (Main):

900 17th Street, NW

Suite 506

Washington, DC 20006

USA

Nairobi

Katherine Kinuthia

Administrative Assistant

+ 254 20 7624159

Katherine.Kinuthia@unep.org

Mailing Address Nairobi:

STAP Secretariat

UNEP/DGEF

P.O. Box 30552

United Nations Avenue, Gigiri

Nairobi, Kenya

Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel Members

The panel has members who are internationally recognized experts in the GEF's key focal areas of work: biodiversity (including biosafety), climate change, coastal and freshwater management, sustainable land management, and persistent organic pollutants. The panel also addresses cross-cutting issues such as sustainable forest management, adaptation to climate change, and sound chemicals management. The panel is led by a chair.

Panel Member Biographies

Members are appointed by the Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), in consultation with the Chief Executive Officer of the GEF, the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the President of the World Bank. The Chair reports directly to the GEF Council. The mandate of Members is normally for a two-year period, except for the Chair who is appointed for up to four years.

STAP Members 2005-2006

Yolanda Kakabadse

STAP Chair

Fundacion Futuro Latinoamericano

Mariano Echeverria 843

Quito, Ecuador

Tel/Fax: +593 2 292 0635 / 6 (dial 0

when you hear recording)

Email: yolandakn@gmail.com

Dr. Habiba Gitay

Vice Chair, STAP

9918 Chase Hill Court

Vienna, VA 22182, USA

Tel: +1 703 438 3064

Email: hibaba.gitay@anu.edu.au

Dr. Cristian Samper

Director

Smithsonian Institute

National Museum for Natural History

10th & Constitution Avenue, NW

Suite 421

Washington, DC 20560-0106

Tel: +1 202 633 2664

Fax: +1 202 357 4779

Email: samperc@si.edu

Prof. Brian Huntley

Chief Executive

National Botanical Institute

Kirstenbosch

Private Bag X7

Claremont 7735, Cape Town

South Africa

Tel: +27 21 799 8800 or +27 72 799 8766

Tel: +27 21 761 4155 (direct office)

Fax: +27 21 761 4687

Email: Huntley@nbi.ac.za;

laidler@nbi.ac.za

Huntley@sanbi.org; laidler@sanbi.org

Dr. Peter Schei

DG PJS

Fridtjof Nansen Institute

PO Box 326

NO-1326 Lysaker, Norway

Tel: +47 67 11 19 00

Fax: +47 67 11 19 10

Email: pjs@fni.no

Peter Hennicke

President, Wuppertal Institute

For Climate, Environment and Energy

Doppersberg 18, 42103 Wuppertal

Germany

Tel: +49 202 2492 100

Fax: +49 202 2492 108

Email: peter.hennicke@wupperinst.org,

sylvia.borbonus@wupperinst.org

Dr. Anjali Rambaud-Measson

Shanker

IED Innovation Energie

Developpement

2, Chemin de la Chauderaie, 69340

Francheville

France

Tel: +33 4 72 59 13 20

Fax: +33 4 72 59 13 39

Email: a.shanker@ied-sa.fr

Dr. Timothy O. Williams

Chief Programme Officer (Agriculture)

Special Advisory Services division

Commonwealth Secretariat

Marlborough House

Pall Mall

London, SW1Y 5HX UK

Tel: +44 20 7747 6374

Fax: +44 20 7747 6307

Email: t.williams@commonweath.int

Prof. Anne R. Kapuscinski

Director

Institute for Social, Economic and

Ecological Sustainability (ISEES)

University of Minnesota

186 McNeal Hall

1985 Buford Avenue

St. Paul, MN 55108, USA

Tel: +1 612 624 7719 or +612 624 7723

Fax: +1 612 624 5299

Email: isees@umn.edu,

kapus001@umn.edu

Ms. Angela Cropper

2 Mt. Anne Drive, Second Avenue

Cascade, Port of Spain

Trinidad and Tobago, W.I.

Tel: +1 868 626 2628

Fax: +1 868 626 2564

Email: acropper@thecropperfoundation.org

Prof. Anand Patwardhan

TIFAC

Vishwakarma Bhavan

Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg

New Delhi 110 016

Tel: +91 11 26531299

Fax: +91 11 26515420

Email: edtifac@tifac.org.in

Prof. Thomas B. Johansson

Professor and Director

International Institute for Industrial

Environmental Economics

Lund University

PO Box 196

221 000 Lund, Sweden

Tel: +46 46 222 0222

Fax: +46 46 222 0220

Email: thomas.b.johansson@iiiee.lu.se

Prof. Saburo Matsui

Professor

Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies

Department of Technology & Ecology

Kyoto University

Yoshida Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City

Kyoto 606-8501 Japan

Tel: +81 75 753 5151

Fax: +81 75 753 3335

Email: matsui@eden.env.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Prof. Sani Ibrahim

Associate Professor

School of Chemical Sciences

Universiti Sains Malaysia

11800 USM, Pulau Pinang

Malaysia

Tel: +604 6577888, ext. 3555

Fax: +604 6574854

Email: sani@usm.my,

sanihim@yahoo.com

GEF New Publications 2006-2007

New in 2006 and 2007

GEF Annual Report 2005: Fertile Ground--Seeding National Actions for the Global Environment

GEF Global Support for Wilderness Areas (folder and fact sheets) revised and printed January; 2006

GEF Global Support for Biodiversity Conservation (folder and fact sheets), revised and printed July 2006*

Protecting the Global Environment: An Overview of GEF Actions by Region (folder and fact sheets), July 2006

Resource Mobilization and the Status of Funding of Activities Related to Land Degradation

Linking Adaptation to Development The New GEF: A Proving Ground for Our Sustainable Future--speech by Monique Barbut (in English and French)

New in 2007

GEF Global Action on Persistent Organic Pollutants (folder and fact sheets), revised and printed; April 2007

GEF Global Action on Sustainable Land Management (folder and fact sheets), revised and printed, March 2007

General Interest

GEF--Effective, Responsive, Targeted (calling card brochure)

High Priorities: GEF's Contribution to Preserving and Sustaining Mountain Ecosystems (2002)

Biodiversity Matters: GEF's Contribution to Preserving and Sustaining the Natural Systems that Shape our Lives (2002)

GEF Policies, Operations, and Future Development (by Mohamed T. ElAshry, former CEO & Chairman, Global Environment Facility): Address to the Second GEF Beijing Assembly (2002)

The GEF Roundtable Series 2002: A Contribution to the World Summit on Sustainable Development, including the brochures for: GEF Roundtable on Sustainable Energy: January 2002, New York, USA; GEF Ministerial Roundtable on Financing the Environment and Sustainable Development: March 2002, Monterey, Mexico & June 2002, Bali, Indonesia; GEF Roundtable on Forests: March 2002, New York, USA; GEF Roundtable on Land, Water, & Food Security: March 2002, New York, USA

GEF ... Dynamic Partnerships: Real Solutions (2002)

Operational Report on GEF Projects (2002)

The Challenge of Sustainability (2002)

Shine a Light--15-minute video describing the work of the GEF over its 10-year history; narrated by Harrison Ford (2002)

GEF Securing Livelihoods--15-minute video describing the rehabilitation of small farms around Lake Baringo in Kenya (2002)

Forests: Here for Eternity--16-minute video that demonstrates Costa Rica's systems of charges for ecological services (2002)

Powering Sustainable Development--15-minute video showing the different approaches to renewable energy provision in developing countries (2002)

Life Support (brochure) (2001)

New Business: Geothermal, Biomass, Wind, Fuel Cells, Solar* (2001)

GEF Contributions to Agenda 21: The First Decade* (2000)

Introduction to the GEF* (2000); also available in German

The Difference GEF Makes, 2000 Annual Report of the Global Environment Facility

GEF Digest*: a quarterly newsletter for nongovernmental organizations

The New Delhi Statement of the First GEF Assembly** (1998)

Keeping the Promise (1997); Harrison Ford narrates this video introduction to the GEF (15- and 30-minute versions)

Thematic Publications

What Kind of World? The Challenge of Land Degradation*

Making a Visible Difference in Our World (GEF and protected areas)

Keeping the Promise on Water: GEF's Contributions to Sustaining Our Planet's Ecosystems

GEF in Africa: How the Global Environment Facility Is Working with African States for a Sustainable Future; also available in French

Good Practices: Country Coordination and GEF (2001)

IUCN & GEF: Partners in Conservation (2000)

GEF Caring for Generations

Solar Thermal Energy Comes to Rajasthan (2000); also available in German

Mountain Matters (2000)

Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy: GEF Climate Change Projects and Impacts (2000)

GEF Global Action Waters* (2000); a series of five fact sheets

GEF Action on Biodiversity (2000)

GEF Projects Related to Water Resources (2000)

GEF Support for Activities to Address Climate Change (1999)

GEF Projects with Components That Address Land Degradation (1999)

10 Cases of Technology Transfer (2000)

GEF Action on Biodiversity: poster-size map (2000)

GEF Action on International Waters: poster-size map (2000)

GEF Strategy and Operations

Operational Report on GEF Programs (updated yearly)

GEF Operational Programs* (1997)

Operational Strategy* (1996)

The GEF Project Cycle* (1995)

Incremental Costs* (1996)

Medium-Size Projects* (1997)

A Framework of GEF Activities Concerning Land Degradation* (1996)

Public Involvement in GEF-Financed Projects* (1996)

Rules of Procedure for the GEF Council* (2000)

Rules of Procedure for the GEF Assembly* (2000); Arabic, Chinese, and Russian versions (2002)

Instrument for the Establishment of the Restructured Global Environment Facility* (1994)

Working Papers

Working Paper 10--From Idea to Reality: The Creation of the Global Environment Facility (1994)

Working Paper 11--Environmental Indicators for Global Cooperation (1995)

Working Paper 12--Capacity Building Requirements for Global Environmental Protection

Working Paper 13--Restructuring the Global Environment Facility

Working Paper 14--The Outlook for Renewable Energy Technologies

Working Paper 15--Implications of Agenda 21 and UNCLOS for International Waters as a GEF Focal Area (1998)

Working Paper 16--The Costs of Adapting to Climate Change

Working Paper 17--Financing Protection of the Global Commons: The Case for a Green Planter Contribution (2000)

Working Paper 18--Creating Income and Local Employment in a Selection of GEF Projects

Working Paper 19--The Global Environment Facility as a Pioneering Institution: Lessons Learned and Looking Ahead

Working Paper 20: Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Production Landscapes

Regional Reports

GEF in Africa: How the Global Environment Facility Is Working with African States for a Sustainable Future (2001); also available in French

GEF in Africa; project fact sheets (2001)

GEF Action in the Asia-Pacific Region: Partnerships for Sustainable Development (2001)

GEF Action in the Asia-Pacific Region; project fact sheets (2001)

GEF in the Western Asia Region: How the Global Environment Facility Is Working with Countries in Western Asia for Sustainable Development (2001)

GEF in the Western Asia Region; project fact sheets (2001)

GEF in Latin America and the Caribbean Region (LAC): How the Global Environment Facility Is Working with LAC for a Sustainable Future (2001); also available in Spanish

GEF in Latin America and the Caribbean Region (LAC); project fact sheets (2001)

Global Environment Facility (GEF) Action in the ECE Region: Partnerships for Sustainable Development (2001); also available in French

Global Environment Facility (GEF) Action in the ECE Region: project fact sheets (2001)

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Papers

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 1--Achieving Sustainability of Biodiversity Conservation (2000)

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 2--The GEF Solar PV Portfolio: Emerging Experience and Lessons (2000)

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 3--Multicountry Project Arrangements: Report of a Thematic Review

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 4--Measuring Results from Climate Change Programs: Performance Indicators for GEF (2000)

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 5--Integrating Capacity Development into Project Design and Evaluation: Approach and Frameworks (2000)

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 6--GEF Land Degradation Linkage Study (2001)

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 7--Thematic Review of GEF Financed Solar Thermal Projects

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 8--Contributions to Global and Regional Agreements: Review of the GEF International Waters Program

Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 9--The GEF Energy-Efficient Product Portfolio

Monitoring and Evaluation Reports

Third Overall Performance Study (2005)

Biodiversity Program Study (2004)

Climate Change Program Study (2004)

Program Study on International Waters (2004)

Review of Financial Arrangements in GEF-Supported Biodiversity Projects (2003)

Biodiversity Program Study (2002) Program Study on International Waters (2002)

Monitoring and Evaluation Policies and Procedures (2002)

International Waters Program Study (2001)

Biodiversity Program Study (2001)

Review of Climate Change Enabling Activities, Evaluation Report (2000) and Evaluation Summary Report* (2000)

Study of Impacts of GEF Activities on Phase-Out of Ozone Depleting Substances, Evaluation Report (2000); summary report also available in Russian

Interim Assessment of Biodiversity Enabling Activities, Evaluation Report* (1999); and Evaluation Summary Report* (1999)

Project Performance Report (1996-2005)*

Experience with Conservation Trust Funds, Evaluation Report* (1999)

Evaluation Summary Report of Experience with Conservation Trust Funds* (1999)

Summary Report of the Study of GEF Project Lessons* (1998)

Study of GEF's Overall Performance** (1997)

The First Decade of the GEF: Second Overall Performance Study

GEF Lessons Notes Series

1--Building Partnerships with Communities (1998)

2--Encouraging Private Sector Involvement in GEF Projects (1998)

3--Lessons from an Integrated Conservation and Development "Experiment" in Papua New Guinea (1998)

4--Partnership with the Private Sector: Lessons from Batangas Bay, The Philippines (1998)

5--When Is Conservation Best Served by a Trust Fund? (1999)

6--Building Strategic Focus in a Conservation Trust Fund (1999)

7--The Mexican Nature Conservation Fund (1999)

8--1998 Project Performance Report (1999)

9--Best Practices in Preparing National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (1999)

10--1999 Project Performance Report (2000)

11--Emerging Lessons from GEF Multicountry Projects (2000)

12--Participation Means Learning Through Doing: GEF's Experience in Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use (2001)

13--Transforming Markets for Energy-Efficient Products: Experience and Lessons from GEF-Supported Projects

14--Best Practices in Project Monitoring and Evaluation: Lessons Learned in Manufacturing and Marketing of Energy-Efficient Products

* Documents marked with an asterisk are available in English, French, and Spanish.

** Documents marked with two asterisks are available in six languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish.
Acronyms and Abbreviations

ADB Asian Development Bank
AF Adaptation Fund
AfDB African Development Bank
CBD Convention on Biological Diversity
CBO Community-based organization
CDM Clean Development Mechanism
CDW Country Dialogue Workshop
CEIT Countries with economies in transition
CEO Chief Executive Officer
CEPF Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund
CFC Chlorofluorocarbon
CNR Community nature reserve
CO2 Carbon dioxide
COP Conference of the Parties
CPB Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety
CPP Country Pilot Partnership
CSP Country Support Program
DWFN Distant-water fishing nation
EBRD European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
EEZ Exclusive economic zone
FAO Food and Agriculture Organization
FCCC [United Nations] Framework Convention on Climate Change
 (usually written UNFCCC)
FFA Fisheries Forum Agency
GDP Gross domestic product
GEF Global Environment Facility
GEFM&E GEF Monitoring & Evaluation Unit (now GEF Evaluation
 Office)
GEFSEC GEF Secretariat
GET Global Environment Trust Fund
GHG Greenhouse gas
GNP Gross national product
HCFC Hydrochlorofluorocarbon
HFC Hydrofluorocarbon
IA Implementing Agency
IADB Inter-American Development Bank
IBRD International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
 (World Bank)
ICT Information and communication technology
ICWM Integrated coastal and water management
IFC International Finance Corporation
IFAD International Fund for Agricultural Development
IMO International Maritime Organization (UN)
IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature
IW International Waters
IW:LEARN International Waters Learning Exchange and Resource Network
LDC Least developed country
LDCF Least Developed Country Fund
LME Large marine ecosystem
M&E Monitoring and evaluation
MEA Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
MPMF Montreal Protocol Multilateral Fund
NAPA National Adaptation Programme of Action
NCSA National Capacity Self-Assessment
NDI National Dialogue Initiative
NEPAD New Partnership for Africa's Development
NGO Nongovernmental organization
NIP National Implementation Plan
ODA Official development assistance
ODS Ozone-depleting substances
OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
OFM Oceanic fisheries management
OME Office of Monitoring and Evaluation,
(GEF) now GEF Evaluation Office
OPS Overall Performance Study (GEF)
PCB Polychlorinated biphenyl
PES Payment for environmental services
PIC Pacific island country
PLEC People, land management and environmental change
PMIS Project Management Information System
POPs Persistent organic pollutants
PRSP Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper
PTS Persistent toxic substance
PV Photovoltaics
RAF Resource Allocation Framework
SAP Strategic Action Programme
SCCF Strategic Climate Change Fund
SFM Sustainable forest management
SGP Small Grants Programme
SIDS Small island developing state
SLM Sustainable land management
SPA Special Priority on Adaptation
STAP Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel
TDA Transboundary diagnostic analysis
UNDP United Nations Development


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Title Annotation:Investing in Our Planet: GEF Annual Report 2006-07
Publication:Investing In Our Planet: GEF Annual Report 2006-07
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