Mainstreaming biodiversity and development: Namibia workshop coverage


The third National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans 2.0 (NBSAPs) workshop took place in Namibia to consider what successful mainstreaming of biodiversity and development would look like.

IIED research communications manager Rosalind Goodrich provided coverage from the third NBSAP 2.0 workshop at Midgard Estate in Namibia, where giraffes could be seen (Photo: Rosalind Goodrich/IIED)

The NBSAPs 2.0 project aims to guide the revision process and build African leadership in biodiversity mainstreaming in four pilot countries: Botswana, Uganda, Namibia and the Seychelles.

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) research communications manager Rosalind Goodrich travelled to the Midgard Estate, near Windhoek, for the latest workshop in July 2014. 

View the details of event in a Storify format.

More information: The NBSAP 2.0 project and the latest project developments.